India Vs SA match likely to start in a week has been stricken with lot of speculations, injuries, withdrawals and vacations. After, India’s New ODI Captain Rohit Sharma is missing first Test due to his injuries during a match, there is a new development from Virat Kohli’s side. Virat Kohli has said he’ll be taking a break from ODIs schedule of India Vs SA tour.
The former ODI skipper has requested for the break and it has been speculated as per reports he is taking to celebrate his daughter Vamika’s First birthday during that.
A report suggests that Virat is taking time off to celebrate his daughter Vamika’s first birthday. Vamika was born on January 11 last year, and the India Test skipper is said to be planning a holiday with his family after the conclusion of the Test series. The final Test of the tour will be played from Jan 11 to 15. The ODI series will kick off on January 19.
Time is playing great juggle with India Vs SA series as firstly Hitman Rohit got ruled out from the Test schedule due to hamstring injury and in a next row, Kohli took this break. And this has created a plenty of chatter in the cricketing fraternity as this is the first time, the Hitting Duo are not playing any game together.
The change in captaincy has created a substantial buzz . In a single tweet, the BCCI announced that Rohit was appointed India’s white-ball captain across formats. Neither a statement from the BCCI explaining the change nor a reaction from the board president, Sourav Ganguly, departing skipper Kohli, or even the newly-appointed captain Rohit was present.
It was only a couple of days later that Ganguly explained the change, saying the team couldn’t have had two different white-ball skippers. Dada even said that he had urged Kohli not to relinquish T20I captaincy but the talismanic batter was determined to step down.
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