IPL 2022: Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) star batting champion Virat Kohli expressed his anticipation for the new Indian Premier League (IPL) season on Saturday.
Excitement in the air: RCB star Virat Kohli preparing for IPL 2022 (@imVkohli)
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Virat Kohli has expressed his excitement for the 2022 edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) which begins on March 26th. The former Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) captain took to social media and posted a picture of himself with a caption at IPL 2022.
“Heading into matchday weekend. All the buzz and excitement of the IPL is in the air. I love this anticipation and butterflies in my stomach before the tournament starts,” Kohli posted on his social media addresses.
Remarkably, Kohli was RCB’s full-time captain from the 2013-2021 season, but now the reins have been handed over to Faf du Plessis, who RCB roped in at the mega-auction for INR 7 million. This means Kohli can play this season without the burden of leadership on his shoulders. Therefore, he would hardly wait to play match-winning shots. The same was made clear in his last post.
Kohli will enter the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2022 as the league’s top run-getter and there’s a good chance the former Royal Challengers Bangalore captain will defend his place at the top of the elite list after the 10-team season that ended on Sept March 26 starts, will keep India.
Virat will spend the next two months within the confines of a biobubble, adding that he misses being just a few miles away from home. Virat Kohli shed a light on the quarantine, telling RCB Bold Diaries: “I would rather not have been here (at the hotel). Because I’m in Bombay and my home is literally 20 minutes from here and you can’t go home’, there’s nothing you can do. But it is what it is. You just have to go through the shows that are left to you, a catching up on a few shows, reading a book you’re still going through, and a lot of video calls at home.”