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Virat Kohli says he does not mind sitting out of one or two IPL matches Virat Kohli can sit out in some matches to avoid fatigue

               
After this tournament, the Indian team has to play the ODI World Cup in England.
First match of the tournament between Royal Challengers Bangalore-Chennai Superkings

Chennai. Indian cricket captain Virat Kohli can sit out in some of the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches. They can do this to avoid fatigue and keep themselves fit for the ICC ODI World Cup. Kohli is the captain of the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the IPL. Asked if he can sit out in one-two matches of the tournament to avoid fatigue, Virat said, 'Yes, this is a big possibility. why not?'

Our responsibility to accept the direction of physio: Viraat

He said, 'This is the responsibility of ourselves. It depends on the players, as far as possible, inform any injury to the concerned people and work according to the plan. "The Indian captain said," We have asked the players to become smart. How do they feel on a particular day, give information to physio? If physio refuses to play, respect their point of view. '

Workload management depend on the players
Asked if the workload will have any impact on the tournament, Virat said, 'It all depends on the balance of players. I am personally motivated to start the tournament. "He said," I do not know how competitive or intuitive Indian players will be during the IPL. Every professional knows how to make a balance. You are playing for a franchisee. They have trusted you. '

You should give your 120% on the field
Virat said, "When you play you have to pay 120 percent. I do not believe in 70-80 percent performance. This is my mentality. I'm sure the boys will look at this. However, I will not force them to do so. "Virat said that the talent of the domestic players of his team will be shown when Royal Challengers Bangalore will face Chennai Superkings.
                
                
            

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