Due to personal reasons, Indian batsman Virat Kohli has withdrawn from the first two Test matches of the five-match series against England that India will play beginning January 25 in Hyderabad. As per the BCCI, Virat Kohli has addressed captain Rohit Sharma.
“Virat has spoken to the captain, Rohit Sharma, the group, the executives, and the selectors and has underscored that the nation has forever been his main concern; certain individual circumstances request his presence and full focus,” affirmed the BCCI.
“The BCCI regards his choice, and the board and group of executives have stretched out their help to the star hitter and are certain about the capacities of the remaining crew members to move forward and deliver commendable performances in the Test series.”
“The BCCI demands the media and fans respect Virat Kohli’s privacy during this time. The attention ought to stay on supporting the Indian cricket crew as they set out on the impending difficulties in the Test series.”
This is a disaster for India in front of the series as they gear up to confront a top-notch England. Virat Kohli’s withdrawal from the initial two games comes hours after England hitter Harry Stream pulled out of the series, citing individual reasons.


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