India’s Highest Ranked Tennis Player Ankita Raina Praises Virat Kohli
India’s highest ranked Tennis player, Ankita Raina says India skipper, Virat Kohli motivates her to do better.
In an exclusive interview with Sports Mirchi, she shared rich praise on India captain. While answering a question about her inspirations and the personalities she follows, Raina took the name of Virat Kohli.
Ankita Raina noted she does follow a bit of cricket. However, Ankita made it clear while following any cricket match; she makes herself sure that her favourite players are in action.
While stressing on the India skipper she said he is one among them.
Besides this, the number one tennis star said she draws a lot of inspiration from him, the way Virat Kohli absorbs the pressure is mind-blowing.
Ankita further believes Virat Kohli is a different player from the rest. She said Kohli is a player of the various league who has a calibre that keeps him on the top.
Fan following of Virat Kohli
The India skipper is drawing a lot of fan following especially the female one. A few years back, Virat got a proposal from the English women cricketer, Danielle Wyatt. The English cricketer took social media website, Twitter to share marriage proposal to Virat Kohli.
Men in Blue captain impresses every single human after every passing day. In the recent times, he had drawn acclimation from Asian Bradman, Zaheer Abbas. The former skipper of India, Mahendra Singh Dhoni also shared rich citation on him recently.
Indian skipper is presently performing his national duties in England. The right-hander recently leapfrogged Steven Smith of Australia in ICC rankings and joined the elite club of the cricketers who sit on top of both Test and ODI rankings, simultaneously.
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