Given how healthy Virat Kohli is, Australian opener David Warner believes he can play till the ICC Cricket World Cup 2031, which is set to take place in Bangladesh and India. This was in response to a supporter who expressed optimism that the 35-year-old would play for India for a very long time on X (previously Twitter).
With an outstanding record in both ODIs and T20Is, Virat Kohli is regarded as the greatest player in white-ball cricket. Kohli has scored 13848 runs at a strike rate of 93.58 and an average of 58.67 in 292 ODIs. He’s hit a record 50 centuries and 72 fifty-score runs, his best being
In 115 T20I outings, Kohli has amassed 4008 runs. His greatest score is 122*, and he averages 52.73 with a strike rate of 137.96, 37 fifties, and one century.
He was the star of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023, which was played in India and just finished. Overtaking Sachin Tendulkar’s record of 673 runs in a single World Cup, Kohli scored a remarkable 765 runs in 11 games. In addition, Kohli became the first batsman to reach 50 ODI tons by surpassing Tendulkar’s record of 49 ODI centuries.
In the CWC 2023, Kohli scored three hundred and six fifties, proving that he is still a dangerous batsman.
David Warner on Virat Kohli participating in the 2031 World Cup: “There’s no reason why he can’t”
Virat Kohli has reportedly requested a vacation from white-ball cricket from the BCCI as of right now. He will only be available for the two Tests of the forthcoming South Africa trip, having ostensibly chosen not to play in the T20Is or ODIs.
Virat has made it known that he adores playing Test cricket, and he may give up on shorter formats to concentrate on red-ball matches. He hasn’t participated in a Twenty20 International since India’s 2022 World Cup semifinal loss.