The modern age cricket has provided a plethora of entertainment to fans as games are scheduled frequently. However, the restless scheduling also gives a massive challenge to the cricketers who are bound to keep themselves fit for various local and domestic tournaments.
Recently, India’s captain and the most prolific batsman of the squad Virat Kohli shared his views on the scheduling of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 event. Coming from a long season of the Indian Premier League (IPL), the batting beast sits quite comfortable as he believes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) has provided enough gaps between World Cup games which would aid his bunch stay fresh for the mega-event.
The 30-year old opined that such breathing spaces also allow the teams to regroup themselves ahead of some important contests. India is to face South Africa, Australia, New Zealand and Pakistan in their first four games and this moved the Delhi born to urge his unit to start the campaign strongly. Declining any room for complacency, the dexterous cricketer is ready to grab the limelight of the 50-over competition getting underway from May 30 in England and Wales.