New Delhi, April 5: Indian Cricketer Virat Kohli’s presence is sure to be missed when the 10th Indian Premier League (IPL) starts in the evening.
The former RCB captain is set to miss out on the first few weeks of season 10. While the extent of Kohli’s shoulder injury is still murky, there is talk of assessing his condition mid-April to determine his readiness to play.
Even off the field, several state units had expressed their inability to conduct matches, citing lack of funds, before the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators stepped into resolve the matter.
Kohli had accumulated nearly 1000 runs last time and each of his four hundreds were T20 master-classes
The dashing India captain will start playing in the league for Royal Challengers Bangalore next week as he continues to recover from a shoulder injury. He undoubtedly be missed by his fans when action kicks off in Hyderabad.
Kohli had accumulated nearly 1000 runs last time and each of his four hundreds were T20 master-classes.
Another big name to be missing from early action would be South African swashbuckler A B de Villiers. Nursing a back injury, there is no clarity on his availability just yet.