‘I Will Be Gone And You Won’t See Me’, Virat Kohli Talks About His Post Retirement Plan

Virat Kohli is widely regarded as one of the greatest batters in the history of cricket. His batting prowess has seen him dominate bowlers across all formats of the game, earning him numerous world records along the way.

Virat Kohli’s performance in the Indian Premier League 2024 for the Royal Challengers Bangalore has been nothing short of exceptional. Holding the prestigious Orange Cap, he has gathered over 600 runs. His tally includes one century and five half-centuries.

In an interview, he was asked about his success and his hunger for runs.

“It is quite simple. As sportsmen, we do have an end date to our careers so I am working backwards. I don’t want to finish my career thinking of what if I had done this on that particular day as I can’t keep going on and on forever.”

Kohli further said, “I don’t want to leave any undone business behind and not have any regrets later which I am sure I won’t. Once I am done, I will be done and you won’t see me for a while. I want to give everything I have till the time I play. That’s the only thing that keeps me going.”

After IPL, Kohli will very soon be seen representing team India in the ICC T20 World Cup 2024.

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