Money is nothing before the country, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma can retire from IPL!


After losing the T20 World Cup, questions are constantly being raised on Indian senior players. Captain Rohit Sharma and vice-captain KL Rahul’s bat was very calm in the World Cup. The question is being asked that when the captain and vice-captain of the team play cricket carelessly like this, then what will happen to the other teams. On top of this, Rohit-Rahul and Virat Kohli are being given constant rest. Reports are telling that Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli may retire from IPL to prepare for the next World Cup.

India once again lags behind in T20 World Cup

Rohit Sharma was continuously performing poorly in the T20 World Cup. He is currently 35 years old. By the next T-20 World Cup, he will be 37 years old. The 50-over World Cup is to be played in October next year. Keeping this in mind, it is being said that Rohit and Virat Kohli will not be seen playing IPL this time.

If Indian senior players pay attention to their skills during IPL, then India can once again become the champion of 50 overs.

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Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma can leave IPL

According to media reports, there are more Tests and ODIs in the upcoming schedule of the Indian team than T20s. Apart from this, there are also two ICC tournaments in the next year 2023. Senior players cannot be given much rest regarding this. He will focus more on Test and ODI cricket.

BCCI action has already started in the preparations for the 50-over World Cup to be held in India next year. In such a situation, clouds of doubt are hovering over some senior players playing IPL. Next year, senior players will rarely be seen playing T20 matches. Let me tell you this is just a report, it will be interesting whether this report is true or not.

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