When I will retire, I will be completely out, I will not bat again: Kohli

India Cricket Team Captain, Virat Kohli in an interview that after his retirement he will not play in the leagues around the world. He said, “On the day when all my energy is over, I will give up playing”. In the last few years, players who retire from international cricket
are seen playing the T20 league all over the world. South Africa’s AB de Villiers, New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum, West Indies’s Dwayne Bravo and Shane Watson of Australia are doing this along with dozens of cricketers.
At this time, the attitude of Indian captain Virat Kohli is different. He said, “When I retire, I will be completely out, never again will I bat.”
Kohli said, “In the last five years, I have played a lot of cricket, I can not tell what I will do after the retirement because I do not think I will take the bat again, the day on which all my energy will end.”
Kohli, while defending the team’s batsmen, said, “Our batting order looks strong before the World Cup, in the last 12 months our batsmen have improved themselves and given excellent results, in which the role of openers has been important.”