A rejuvenated Virat Kohli has announced that he has rediscovered his love for cricket, saying ‘The

Asia Cup 2022: A timely break from the game and a friendly dressing room helped Virat Kohli rediscover his love…

Asia Cup 2022: Resurgent Virat Kohli declares he has rediscovered love for cricket, says 'break has given me new perspective'

Asia Cup 2022: Resurgent Virat Kohli declares he has rediscovered love for cricket, says ‘break has given me new perspective’

Asia Cup 2022: A timely break from the game and a friendly dressing room helped Virat Kohli rediscover his love for cricket, the star batsman said after showing fresh signs of his resurgence in the ongoing Asia Cup. Kohli has endured a tumultuous 12 months during which he was dropped from the captaincy and scored less, which the 33-year-old said took a toll on his health and prompted him to skip the tour of the West Indies and
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He is still not at his ball-striking best but scores of 35, 59 not out and 60 in his three Asia Cup outings indicate that the right-hander, one of the premier batsmen of his era, is close to regaining his old form. Kohli says the break has given him a new perspective. “It gives me such relief that it’s not the end of life,” Kohli said after Sunday’s five-wicket loss to Pakistan.

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“I have to enjoy the game, I can’t put so much pressure on myself and all those things that I can’t express myself. That’s why I didn’t start playing this game.” “I am happy and excited. I’m enjoying the game again and that’s the most important thing for me.” Having a friendly dressing room helped him rediscover an emotional connection with the game and its “purity”, Kohli said. “When I came here, the atmosphere was very welcoming and the camaraderie with the guys was amazing. “So I absolutely love playing again and feel good about the way I’m batting.

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Kohli encouraged players to take breaks to address mental health. “I know what I can do for the team when I’m in a happy place. It’s not good for me or the team if I’m in a bad place. “If you’re feeling negative or down, taking a break isn’t a bad thing.

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