Business Wire India Hyperice, a global high-performance wellness brand specializing in percussion, dynamic air compression, vibration, thermal technology, mind technology, and contrast therapy, today announced Indian cricketer Virat Kohli as a Hyperice athlete-investor and new brand ambassador. Through the partnership,…
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NEW DELHI, Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Great Learning, one of India’s leading edtech companies for professional and higher education today announced the appointment of Virat Kohli, as its brand ambassador. The captain of the Indian cricket team and the…
Bored out of their wits, cricketers like David Warner are joining TikTok and making fun videos..David and his daughter motivating Virat Kohli
While the rivalry to be the best cricketer in the world continues, we go off the mainstream and explore the possibilities of a better PM option between modern day legends, Virat Kohli and Steve Smith. Sounds interesting?
Team India’s recent tour of New Zealand has been a case of mixed-bag performances. Virat Kohli’s poor form and KL Rahul’s tremendous run have given the fans and media several talking points before the start of high-profile IPL 2020.
The Indian skipper has a history of getting into heated arguments. By losing his cool in the recent post-match press conference in New Zealand, Virat Kohli has added another unwanted installment to his flare-ups.
A poor run with the bat without an international hundred since his last 20 innings is making the fans and media wonder about Virat Kohli ending his hundred drought.
Arguably one of the fittest player in world cricket at the moment, heavy workload and fatigue issues are seeking the Indian skipper Virat Kohli an early retirement from one of the three formats of the game.
With the 2020 Women’s T20 World Cup in Australia around the corner, it will be exciting to see if Harmanpreet Kaur led team India will be able to break the jinx of faltering in ICC knockout games and achieve what Virat Kohli led team couldn’t.
Under Kohli, India managed to win Test series against West Indies, South Africa, and Bangladesh in 2019 and as a result, the side moved to the top spot in the World Test Championship (WTC) standings.