Ravi Shastri described Virat Kohli as the fittest cricketer, saying: “A lot of great players have given up captaincy to focus on their batting. That is a resounding yes. Sporting success is more attainable when you are physically fit. In terms of captaincy, he will have to make that decision, but I think he should continue playing red-ball cricket. The finest Test cricketer to ever represent his country in a public forum.
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There should be a distinct captain for each format, according to some.
Virat Kohli is the only player who Ravi Shastri thinks can take an extended rest because of the bio bubble exhaustion. In the era of Kovid-19, he emphasized the need of having multiple leaders for various game types. At situations like this, having many captains is critical because it alleviates the stress placed on the players. A lot of athletes, I believe, are looking for a break. Every now and again, a break from the game is necessary.