New Delhi: Team India captain Virat Kohli is currently preparing for the World Test Championship. Meanwhile, the childhood coach of this great player of India, Suresh Batra has passed away. Senior sports journalist has given information about this through a tweet.
Kohli’s childhood coach dies
Virat Kohli took training from the West Delhi Cricket Academy as a child. Then the coach of Virat was Rajkumar Sharma. Suresh Batra was an assistant coach at this academy. Suresh Batra, who taught cricket to Virat as a child, was 53.
Senior sports journalist Vijay Lokpally tweeted and wrote, ‘Suresh Batra suddenly fell after doing morning puja on Thursday, after which he could not get up. Suresh Batra wearing a striped T-shirt, he coached Virat Kohli as a child, he died on Thursday. He was 53 years old.
Suresh Batra (striped t-shirt), who coached @imVkohli when he was a teenager, passed away on Thursday. He had finished his daily morning puja and collapsed. He was 53. “I lost my younger brother. Knew him since 1985,” said Rajkumar Sharma. May his soul Rest in Peace …. pic.twitter.com/pW3avt6NpP
– Vijay Lokapally (@vijaylokapally) May 21, 2021
Rajkumar Sharma has said that he lost his younger brother due to the departure of Suresh Batra, he had known him since 1985 ‘.
Please tell that Rajkumar Sharma and Suresh Batra have a big hand in making Virat Kohli such a big player. Kohli has played nine years of cricket under the supervision of these two. Virat made his international debut in 2008. He has played 91 Tests, 254 ODIs and 90 T20s so far. Kohli has scored 7490 runs in Tests, 12169 runs in ODIs and 3159 runs in T20s.