The captain of the RCB said – the physical ability of each player is different
12th season of Indian Premier League starts from March 23
World Cup matches from May 30, in such a way, workload management is a major issue for Indian cricketers.
Bengaluru The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2019 match is to be held from March 23. On the other hand, one-dayers will start against the World Cup on May 30. In such a way, workload management is a major issue for Indian cricketers. Captain Virat Kohli believes that any player should be very smart to deal with this. However, he said that the number of Indian players playing matches in the domestic T20 league is not fixed, but cricketers should assess their fitness themselves. Virat is also the captain of IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB).
No instructions were given to franchisees regarding players: Virat
Virat said, "If I can play 10, 12 or 15 matches, then maybe another player can play more games than me. You can not ban anything. There is no directive given to the IPL franchisees regarding the possible World Cup players.
When the body needs it
Kohli said that before the World Cup all the allies should be fully smart. They were present on the occasion of an App Launch. He said, 'After playing a certain number of matches, my body can also ask for rest, so the smart decision will be to rest it.'
To be selected in the World Cup team, be smart
He said, 'Maybe someone else's physical capacity is better or less than me. This is a very private matter. Everyone wants to play World Cup, but people should be smart for it, because you do not want to miss such big events.
The fitness responsibility of the players
Kohli said, "It depends on the players how they fit their bodies and make space in the World Cup team. It is the responsibility of all Indian players to keep an eye on their fitness and workload during the IPL. It should be done every day to improve and try. Every player should take this tournament as an opportunity for the World Cup. '