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Virat Kohli describes his attitude during a lean time as “was willing to let go of everything.”

Virat Kohli describes his attitude during a lean time as "was willing to let go of everything."

Virat Kohli, the flamboyant batsman for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB), made a number of interesting comments on the difficulties he faced during his dry spell. With three half centuries in as many games so far in the ongoing IPL 2023, Kohli is currently enjoying a respectable start to the season.

For the uninitiated, Kohli had a hard period leading up to the Asia Cup in 2022 that lasted almost two years and was marked by a succession of poor performances. The player, however, made the decision to take a brief break from the game, and upon his comeback, he made a thunderous century against Afghanistan in the Asia Cup. The 34-year-old stated that he was prepared to ‘accept’ his fate immediately after the sabbatical in a talk with Robin Uthappa on JioCinema.

“I was willing to let go of everything over the entire international period leading up to the Asia Cup last year, and that was the most crucial component. In the interview, Kohli stated, “I was willing to accept that when I go back and play, it might be the last month of me playing competitive cricket.

I would have turned into an egomaniac, Kohli
Virat Kohli also discussed how his wife, Anushka Sharma, a Hindi film actor, assisted him in coping with his mental health difficulties throughout the protracted dry spell.

She’s been there for so long (Anushka Sharma). She is still aware of what it takes to deal with the pressure of being a public figure. I was kept in control by the way she spoke to me throughout that entire phase. If left to my own devices, I would have developed into an egotistical maniac. If anything, I would have been even angrier and snappier. But as we became closer, she helped me become more modest,” he continued.

With his vintage performance, Kohli has dominated the current IPL season. In his last four appearances, he has scored 82*, 21, 61, and 50 runs, respectively. He will now try to keep up his hot streak in the league.

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