Indian batting star Virat Kohli fears of ‘bankruptcy’

Sudipta / 06 June 2016
Indian batting star Virat Kohli fears of 'bankruptcy'

Indian batting starlet Virat Kohli is one of the most famous marketable athletes in the world. His brand value increasing every day with his every inning on the field. Be it on the field or off the field, he has been successful everything and is on a roll. Kohli has given some unforgettable moments to the cricketing  world

Looking at his brand value , he is competing Bollywood stars like Ranvir Kapoor because of his income from brand endorsements. Last year, he collected more than INR 100 crores and with his current form with his unstoppable performances, the number will surely see a huge hike in coming days. But still there is something which makes him worry and think about getting ‘bankrupt’ in future.

As reported by GQ magazine, the 27-year-old sensation is currently worried about his future financial status and said, “I’ve begun to think about my future. About how to secure it. Money doesn’t motivate me, but it’s important. I’ve gotten accustomed to a certain financial environment. It’s important to sustain that. I’ve seen so many athletes go bankrupt at the end of their career. It’s scary.”

Virat has been outstanding form in franchise based T20 and international cricket. His rollicking form drew compression with great cricketers like Sachin Tendulkar and Vivian Richards.

In the IPL he hit four hundred and set a level for the batsmen. Now in July, he will lead India in the four-match Test series in West Indies.

He has taken rest from the Zimbabwe ODI tour as BCCI selectors  selected a young team to lead by captain MS Dhoni.

Virat  has  dominating everywhere in the world. The conditions are not mattered for him and his chasing skills made him the greatest chaser in international cricket. He has scored 25 hundred in ODI cricket which is the third most after Sachin Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting.

However, he yet to show his great batting display in Test cricket. He has been doing well there but his  tremendous limited over form doesn’t reflect there.

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