“Once I Retire, I Won’t Pick up the Bat Again,” says Virat Kohli


The very much loved, Indian Cricket Teams’ skipper, Virat Kohli is known for his cricket skills. In past few years, it has become a global trend for the retired cricketers to play in T20. Although, our captain of Indian Cricket team does not feel the same. He says, “Once I Retire, I Won’t Pick up the Bat Again.”

When media questioned him regarding being a part of the Australian Big Bash league once, he has retired. He turned them down by saying, he will not be seen in the field any longer after that. Maybe the idea of still being a part of the sports in the ground does not appeal to him much if he has retired.

Virat also said;

“Look I don’t know whether that stance is going to change in the future. As far as I am concerned, playing more cricket when I am done, I don’t think I am in that zone, to be honest.”

“I have played enough cricket in the last five years in the last five years and I cannot comment on even the first thing I do when I retire because I don’t feel like I am going to pick up the bat again.”

At the end Virat concluded saying;

“I will be spent, the day I finish I will be totally spent and that’s the reason I am going to stop playing cricket. So I don’t see myself coming back and playing again. Once, I am done, I will be done and I won’t be seen around the scene.”