IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired? – About three years ago now, having a fat-free patch for Virat Kohli seemed like an impossible proposition. The then Indian captain was scoring fifty and a century for joy, winning the match for the national team without any sweat. However, Rome finally collapsed, as Kohli is now going through an absolute nightmare – something no one expected in his case. Follow IPL Live Updates at InsideSport.IN

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Significantly, Virat Kohli is going through a really difficult time as he could not go to IPL 2022 at all. The 33-year-old batsman averaged less than 20 years and has been out for the Golden Duck on three different occasions.

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired? Sports psychologist advises Kohli to ‘take lean patches and survive the moment’

Nothing is going his way at the moment, and according to many, Kohli’s poor form has come from his mental fatigue, not his technical skills. The player himself admits that he is feeling “Helpless.”

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired?  Sports psychologist advises Kohli to 'take lean patches and survive the moment'
Virat Kohli has been dismissed three times in IPL 2022

Speaking to the Times of India, sports psychologist Dr Priyanka Sarkar claimed that it would be better for Kohli if he took his fat-free path with cruel honesty and concentrated on surviving the moment without thinking too much about it.

Anxiety-related thoughts, the psychological effects of past mistakes, over-analysis and stress-induced decision-making induce mental exhaustion, resulting in bad shots,Dr. The government said.

Sometimes athletic identity does more harm than good. Virat Kohli is known for his greatest performance on the field and his name is synonymous with success. So going through a fat-free patch can feel like (e.g.) adding to the hard phase. But taking the stage with brutal honesty can help him overcome the inner feelings of sadness and frustration in his performance. Virat should have survived this moment, and admitted that his performance was not very good but brooding does not make things better. ” He added.

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired? Sports psychologist advises Kohli to ‘take lean patches and survive the moment’

The fall of Virat Kohli

  • Virat Kohli has so far scored just 236 runs in 13 IPL 2022 matches.
  • He has been out of the Golden Call three times.
  • With the exception of the first two seasons, Virat Kohli has never scored less than 300 runs in an IPL campaign, but he is still 64-runs away from that mark.
  • Kohli has scored at least two half-centuries in his last 11 IPL campaigns, so far he has scored only one half-century in IPL 2022.
  • Kohli’s IPL 2022 strike rate of 113.46 is his worst in the last ten IPL seasons.
  • His IPL 2022 average of 19.67 is his worst in the last 13 seasons.
  • Kohli’s last international century came back in 2019 In the last two and a half years, he has played 70+ matches for India without scoring a century
IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired?  Sports psychologist advises Kohli to 'take lean patches and survive the moment'
Virat Kohli has looked absolutely disappointed in numerous events in IPL 2022

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired? Sports psychologist advises Kohli to ‘take lean patches and survive the moment’

Virat Kohli’s number – then vs. now

See how the number of Kohli has decreased in the last three years. While it is true that his T20I numbers have increased somewhat, on the other hand, his Test, ODI and IPL numbers have dropped drastically.

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired?  Sports psychologist advises Kohli to 'take lean patches and survive the moment'
Along with the IPL, the number of Kohli in the Indian team has also decreased

Test cricket:

May 17, 2019 – Runs before 6,598

Average before May 17, 2019 – 53.6

Runs in the last three years – 1,426

The average for the last three years – 37.5

ODI cricket:

May 17, 2019 – Moves before 11.664

Average before May 17, 2019 – 59.6

Runs in the last three years – 1,468

Average in last three years – 48.9

T20 cricket:

May 17, 2019 – Moves before 1,647

Average before May 17, 2019 – 50.3

Runs in last three years – 1,033

Average in last three years – 54.4

IPL:

May 17, 2019 – Moves before 5,836

Average before May 17, 2019 – 37.9

Runs in last three years – 1,107

Average in the last three years – 29.9

IPL 2022: Is Virat Kohli mentally tired? Sports psychologist advises Kohli to ‘take lean patches and survive the moment’

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