Ahmedabad: Team India captain Virat Kohli believes that the rotation policy is right in the time of bio bubble because it is very difficult to maintain the appetite of the players due to mental fatigue due to the tight quarantine.
The England team is adopting the Rotation Policy on the current tour of India, which has been criticized by celebs like Kevin Pietersen. Kohli, however, believes that as long as the players are part of the bio bubble, intervening breaks are not a bad idea.
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On the eve of the last Test against England, Kohli said, “The way the rules have to be followed in the bio bubble, things sometimes become quite monotonous and it is very difficult to keep yourself excited about small things.”
In the year 2020, after the break due to Coronavirus, all the tournaments are being played in bio bubble. Kohli said, ‘I think any format of the game is right for the break. No person can play so many matches throughout the year. Everybody needs time for a break.
He said, ‘Our bench strength is more important because if you have players who have hunger, who are ready, who understand which way the game is going and they have the courage to take advantage of the opportunities then we can easily Can rotate players.