Dhoni possesses a rare quality that not even Kohli can match, as revealed by India’s 2011 World Cup trainer

increasing number of injuries in Indian cricket

In light of the increasing number of injuries in Indian cricket, a member of Team India’s support staff from the 2011 World Cup has commented on the “specialist” controversy.

As the Indian cricket team continues to deal with the seriousness of the injuries to their star players.

The need to divide their workload according to series and participation in formats has taken precedence.

Going forward, the Indian T20I team will look at younger and younger players.

However, it is expected that some older players, like Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, Ravindra Jadeja, and others, will continue to play in both the ODIs and T20Is.

It is acceptable for players to participate in all three formats.


players who played in all three formats ten years ago

He recalls players who played in all three formats ten years ago, including MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, Irfan Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, and Zaheer Khan.

Because they were aware of their bodies and intelligent, the players knew what worked for them. Additionally, they shouldn’t blindly follow an S&C’s advice.

He said that the players should get clarification on pressing issues.

Srinivasan went on to say that playing in three different formats is part of the sport’s evolution and that, in terms of fitness, anything is doable.

However, a suitable testing, screening, training, travel, and food schedule must be developed in order to accomplish that.

There will be players who are able to compete in all three formats, and skill, not physical fitness, should be the deciding factor.

An all-format player must receive the appropriate training if there is one. The player’s age must also be taken into consideration.

For instance, Virat Kohli cannot continue to act as he did four years ago.

Due to separate ailments, two of India’s top players, Ravindra Jadeja and Jasprit Bumrah, were unable to participate in the flagship ICC tournament at the T20 World Cup.

To make matters even worse, Mohammed Shami already had a shoulder injury before the visit, and Rohit and Deepak Chahar both had health issues while the Bangladesh ODI series was going on.

Srinivasan has offered a number of suggestions, beginning with open communication and accountability, to keep India’s elite players injury-free as the next World Cup season approaches.

Virat Kohli owns the retro-bar chain “One8 Commune.”

Virat Kohli, an Indian cricketer, owns the retro-bar chain “One8 Commune.”

He had rented out a part of the unbelievable late vocalist, Kishore Kumar’s cabin, ‘Gouri Kunj’ in Juhu, Mumbai, to open his eatery.

Additionally, we are now privy to glimpses of the plush restaurant, which delights everyone.

Virat Kohli gave an inside look at his restaurant and posted pictures of it on his Instagram handle.

Virat can be seen welcoming celebrity chef Vikas Khanna to his restaurant in the video.

The restaurant exuded a sophisticated yet contemporary atmosphere thanks to aesthetically pleasing features like wooden interiors, lavish paneling, magnificent chandeliers, and well-lit interiors.

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