Just a few days back, BCCI removed Virat Kohli from ODI captaincy and gave the responsibility to Rohit Sharma. Since then, several media reports flew in saying that Virat Kohli is not on good terms with Rohit as well as the BCCI. Finally, Kohli himself opened up on his rumored rift with Rohit.
Virat participated in a press meet earlier today, ahead of Team India’s South Africa tour. In the interaction, he said that there is no dispute between him and Rohit. He further added that he is fed up explaining the same for the last two and a half years.
“There is no problem between me and Rohit Sharma. I have been clarifying the same for the last two and a half years,” said Kohli. “I am literally tired,” he further added. Virat also clarified that he will be available for the ODI selection in South Africa tour.
For the last couple of days, it is being reported that Virat will not be available for ODI team selection as he is planning to go on a family vacation to celebrate his daughter’s first birthday. Responding to the same, Virat said, “I will be available for the ODI series against South Africa, I was always available,” stated the Indian Test captain.
India will play three Tests and three ODIs against South Africa. The first Test starts on December 26.