There are many best cricketers in the world but the man who is an Indian international cricketer virat kholi, counted amongst the top sportsmen in India. He is known for his dependable and powerful batting style and has single-handedly won several matches for India.Today we will discuss about Virat Kohli: Biography, Childhood, Carrer, personal life.
Virat Kohli: Biography, Childhood, Carrer, Awards, personal life.
Virat Kohli, born on 5 November, 1988 in Delhi, is a famous Indian cricketer and currently considered as one of India’s potential batsmen.
He is a middle order batsman but can also open the batting order. Kohli can also bowl and is a right-arm medium pacer.
Virat Kohli plays for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
In 2008, he made his One Day International (ODI) debut and was part of the Indian team which won the 2011 World Cup and first test played in 2011 vs WI in Kingston and scored his first Test hundred in Adelaide in the 2011/12 India tour of Australia.
- He came into spotlight after playing for Delhi against Karnataka in a Ranji Trophy match.
- The captain of India Virat Kohli led the team to victory in the 2008 U/19 Cricket World Cup held in Malaysia. He was highly praised for making several tactical bowling changes during the tournament.
- Kohli was the key factor in India’s victory at the 2009 Emerging Players Tournament in Australia. And the ipl performance has improved swiftly since the first season in 2008.
- Virat Kohli made his debut in One Day International against Sri Lanka in the Idea Cup in 2008. He scored his first half century, 54 runs, in the 4th match and helped India win the series and its first one day series win against Sri Lanka in Sri Lanka.
- Then played in the year of 2009 ICC Champions Trophy and got a chance to play in the 4th ODI when Sri Lanka toured India in December 2009.
- He scored his first ODI century, making India win the series 3 – 1. the happy journey of virat kholi in 2nd week of June 2010, Virat was declared vice-captain of India for the Tri-series against Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka, in Zimbabwe.
- He became the fastest Indian to score 1000 runs in ODI cricket in this series. During the year of 2010, he was one of India’s leading run-scorer with 995 runs, including 3 centuries from 25 matches with an average of 47.38.
- Virat Kohli was chosen over Suresh Raina in the 2011 Cricket World Cup and became the first Indian to score a century in a World Cup debut. Due to the chase master lucky month of 1st January 2009 and 1st September 2011, he was India’s second highest run-scorer in ODIs with 1,994 runs at an average of 47.47.
- The chase master brings his career’s best second spot in the latest ICC Player Rankings for ODI batsmen after the end of the India-Sri Lanka series in August 2012. And known as the ‘Cricketer of the Year’ at the ICC annual award function in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
- He was appointed as the vice-captain of the ODI team in 2012. Learning the strategies, he captained the team many times in the absence of Mahendra Singh Dhoni. After a day, he handed-over the Test captaincy after Dhoni declared his retirement in 2014.
- He has the fastest ODI century; is the fastest to 10 ODI centuries and 5,000 ODI runs
- The run machine Kohli is the second batsman in the world to have scored 1,000 or more ODI runs for four consecutive calendar years
- The fastest batsman Kohli to score 1,000 runs, in which most runs are in a calendar year and most fifties in the format
- The chase master scored most runs in a single tournament, both the World Twenty20 and the IPL
- The first Indian batsman kohli have scored two test double centuries as a captain
- He is also the fastest Indian cricketer to reach 3,000 runs in ODIs
- The chase master earns 183 runs, the highest score by any batsman in ODI against Pakistan
- He has most runs in a calendar year in ODIs for 2011
- The chaseaster selected for the ODI Cricketer of the Year 2012, and ICC World ODI XI of the year 2012 and 2014
- He is a recipient of the Arjuna Award, 2013
- He was chosen CEAT International Cricketer of the Year, for years 2011-12 and 2013-14
Virat kholi, the son of Prem and Saroj Kohli and has an elder brother and sister, Vikash and Bhavna. And done the schooling from Vishal Bharti Public School and Saviour Convent Senior Secondary School.
- Another short name of virat kholi ‘Chikoo’ was given by his Delhi State coach Ajit Chaudhary in his childhood days.
- His favourite subject was ‘History’, and he used to hate ‘Maths.’
- During the sad year of 2006, his father died of a brain stroke, but the very next day after his father’s death, he played a match-saving knock for Delhi against Karnataka, where he scored 90 runs.
- Kohli had never any backup plan for his future as he always wanted to be a cricketer.
- He has a number of superstitions. He wears black wristbands, and never forgets to wear his ‘Kada’ before his matches.
- He is scared of heights.
- He doesn’t like to have long conversions on the mobile phone.
- Kohli likes to wears black wristbands for superstitious reasons
- He is a very aggressive as well as an emotional person, he cries when he gets upset. One day, he, cry on the field when India did not qualify for the semi-finals in 2012’s T20 World cup.
- He won the ICC ODI Player of the Year Award in 2012.
- In 2012, he was named as one of the 10 best dressed international men.
- Virat kholi awarded the Arjuna Award (2013) and Padma Shri Award (2017) by the Government of India
|Born||5 November 1988
|Height||1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)|
Anushka Sharma(wife) (m. 2017)
|Test debut (cap 269)||20 June 2011 v West Indies|
|Last Test||29 February 2020 v New Zealand|
|ODI debut (cap 175)||18 August 2008 v Sri Lanka|
|Last ODI||11 February 2020 v New Zealand|
|ODI shirt no.||18|
|T20I debut (cap 31)||12 June 2010 v Zimbabwe|
|Last T20I||31 January 2020 v New Zealand|
|T20I shirt no.||18|
|Domestic team information|
|2008–present||Royal Challengers Bangalore(squad no. 18)|
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