Rajdeep Sardesai Shares A Strong Message For Indian Cricket Fans: The Indian captain Virat Kohli, who returned from Dubai after the conclusion of India’s campaign in the T20 World Cup 2021, is now sweating it out before returning to lead the national team in the two-Test match series against New Zealand.
Kohli had opted out of the T20 series against New Zealand and fans will also miss his services in the first of the two tests against New Zealand. In the wake of playing relentless cricket for over 5 months and in order to manage the workload pressure on the cricketers, a few key players have been rested for the series, including Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Mohammed Shami, and Jasprit Bumrah.
Though he is away from the action, but he is sweating it out preparing himself for the upcoming challenges. Currently, Virat is preparing with India’s Test crew at The Cricket Club of India (CCI) in Mumbai away from the eyes of the public.
Meanwhile, a tweet of journalist and anchor Rajdeep Sardesai has been going viral, which is dedicated to the hard work being done by the Indian skipper. Rajdeep took to his official Twitter handle and posted a heartfelt tweet for Virat Kohli. In his Tweet, he revealed how the last few days have been full of joy for him as he is watching the Indian skipper Virat Kohli practicing in front of him.
He also expressed how a lot of sweat and blood goes into making a champion. He also criticized the trollers by writing that achieving perfection is no less than a ‘Tapasya”. He wrote:
“Last few days, waking up in the morning to watch @imVkohli bat is pure joy.. an elite athlete honing his craft.. we often forget the hours of sweat and hard work that goes into the making of a champion. Trolling is easy, achieving perfection is ‘tapasya’..”
Here, check out the Tweet:
Last few days, waking up in the morning to watch @imVkohli bat is pure joy.. an elite athlete honing his craft.. we often forget the hours of sweat and hard work that goes into the making of a champion. Trolling is easy, achieving perfection is ‘tapasya’.. pic.twitter.com/jVW5ou89lb
— Rajdeep Sardesai (@sardesairajdeep) November 24, 2021
Meanwhile, in the absence of regular skipper Virat Kohli, Ajinkya Rahane has been entrusted with the responsibility of leading the Indian team in the first match, which will kickstart from November 25th in Kanpur.