Virat Kohli Before Cricket Career
Virat Kohli Biography: Virat Kohli was born on 5 November 1988 in a Punjabi family in Delhi. His father Prem Kohli is a criminal lawyer and mother Saroj Kohli is a housewife.
They also have a big brother development and a b0ig sister spirit too. According to his family, when Kohli was 3 years old, he had taken cricket bat in his hand, and asked his father to bowl.
Kohli grew up in Uttam Nagar and got education from Vishal Bharti Public School. In 1998, West Delhi became the Cricket Academy and Kohli was involved in the 9 year old Ayatu. Kohli’s father then included Kohli in the Academy when his neighbor told him,
“Virat should not waste his time in the street cricket, but he should learn commercially in a academy.”
Rajivkumar Sharma’s though Kohli trained and also played a match at Sumit Dogra Academy. In the 9th class he was put in the Savier Convent so that he could get help in cricket training. Apart from playing Kohli was also good in studies, his teacher tell him, “A promise and intelligent child.”
On December 18, 2006, his father died after resting for a long time due to brain stroke. Remembering his early life, Kohli tells in an interview that,
“I saw a lot in my life. I lost my father only in young days, which led to family tragedy, so I had to stay in the rented room too. This time was difficult for me and my family. Even today, remembering that time my eyes become moist. “
According to Kohli, his father helped him in cricket training from his childhood.
“My father was the biggest support for me.” Those were the ones who used to play with me every day.
Even today, sometimes I feel his loss.
Virat Kohli Cricket Career
Virat Kohli is an international Indian cricketer. He is a right-handed batsman and sometimes even bolsters with right-handedness. He is currently the captain of the Indian team of Test cricket and the vice-captain of the Indian team of one-day cricket. In the Indian Premier League (IPL), he is the captain of the Royal Challenger Bangalore.
He also represented Delhi in a multi-age team in domestic cricket. He was the captain of India in the Under-19 team, who made history in the 2008 Under-19 World Cup in Malaysia. A few months later, he started his international career against Sri Lanka.
Initially he was keptas a reserve player in the team but soon he proved himself in the middle of the one-day cricket.
Virat Kohli was one of the many Indian team in the World Cup in 2011. Kohli played his first Test match in Kingston against the West Indies in 2011.
Since 2013, due to his century in Australia and South Africa, he is known as “One-Day Specialist”. This year, he also came in the top spot in ICC ODI Rankings. At that time, in his career, he was first in the list of first-ranked One-Day batsmen.
He also got success in the 20-20 format, he also topped the list of ICC’s best 20-20 batsmen.
Virat Kohli The Best Cricketer
Kohli was appoints as the vice-captain of the Indian ODI team in 2012, and in the absence of India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, he also takes the reins of the team.
Kohli has been given the captaincy of the Test team since taking retirement from Test cricket in 2014.
He has done many records in his name, including the fastest one-day century, the fastest ODI hundred in ODIs and making the fastest 10 one-day centuries. He is the only batsman in the world who has scored 1000 or more runs in ODIs for 4 consecutive years. In 2015, they became the fastest batsmen in the world to score 1000 runs in 20-20
Kohli was rewarded with several awards. Like the ICC ODI Player of the Year in 2012 and the best international cricketer of 2011-12 by BCCI
In 2013, he was given Arjuna Award for his incomparable contribution to international cricket. Sport Pro, a UK Magazine, told Kohli the world’s second most marketable person in 2014. Kohli is also co-owner of ISL team FC Goa and IPTL franchise UAE Royals.
Virat kohli’s height and weight
Height 1.75 m, Weight 69 kg
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Virat Kohli earning
As per the current contracts, top Indian players (Kohli, Pujara, Ashwin) are paid Rs 2 crore per year, while the Grade B players get Rs 1 crore, and Grade C, Rs 50 lakh a year.
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