IPL 2020: When you are having fun, each moment becomes magical, says RCB skipper Virat Kohli
IPL 2020: Smiles all around at RCB camp in Virat Kohli’s training photo
- Sep 13, 2020
The Royal Challengers Bangalore squad look well set to begin their IPL 2020 campaign against Sunrisers Hyderabad (SRH) on September 21 in Dubai.
The RCB franchise, led by Virat Kohli, seems eager to hit the ground running and has been training hard after completing their mandatory quarantine late last month.
The social media handle of Royal Challengers Bangalore has posted several posts of the team getting back into the groove, after the long break from cricket. Apart from the posts of the team during practice, there have been other posts that show the players in a happy space and evidently enjoying their time together on the field.
The skipper Virat Kohli posted one such photo on his Twitter handle, where he is seen sitting with the rest of his teammates on the side of the pitch probably after a training session with smiles all around and Ab De Villiers raising his arms as he laughs with the team, and captioned it, ‘When you're having fun, each moment becomes magical. @RCBTweets’
When you're having fun, each moment becomes magical @RCBTweets pic.twitter.com/Ks2S5inUix— Virat Kohli (@imVkohli) September 12, 2020
The RCB skipper had just a day earlier also said that he was happy with the way the team was getting into the groove for the tournament.
Happy with our preparations, says Kohli
The 31-year-old added that it was different to try and get back into the desired mental frame of mind because of the hiatus. Kohli, who is still to win an IPL trophy, stated that the team is getting into the groove now and he was happy with it.
Kohli, who is still to win an IPL trophy, knows how long practice sessions can carry the risk of injuries. He had emphasized that the Bangalore-based team was not training like maniacs for six consecutive days and were giving ample time to their players to recover.
“We’ve moved ahead in a balanced manner. We didn’t want to be like a manic, doing six sessions in six days, we gave ample off time to the boys which we’ll continue to do along the course of these next few training sessions also. But yeah, from a fitness point of view, everyone’s looking great. Everyone’s in good shape.
“It’s a matter of feeling good and I think I’ve felt good from the first session onward. There are a few things you want to rectify along the way and once you reach your optimum mindset and you enter the competition; you want to stay in that as much as possible," Virat Kohli, IPL's highest run-scorer, added.
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