On the question related to mental health, Kohli said: “Yes, I felt mentally weak.”

Virat Kohli made a statement about his mental health in an interview with an English newspaper last week. She had once said that her condition was such that she felt lonely even in a room full of people. After 10 days of this interview, she has now returned to talk about her mental health in another interview. She has said that she felt mentally weak.

Ahead of the India-Pakistan match at the 2022 Asia Cup, Virat has a long conversation with Star Sports. On this, Virat says: ‘I am not ashamed to admit that I felt mentally weak. Well, it’s very normal to feel this, but we don’t talk about it because we’re embarrassed. It’s because we don’t want people to look at us that way. But believe me, pretending to be strong is worse than admitting to being weak.

Kohli says: ‘I am recognized as very strong mentally and so am I. But everyone has a limit and it is necessary to recognize that limit. Otherwise, things start to go wrong for your health.

Said Kohli: ‘It happened for the first time in 10 years that I didn’t touch the bat for a whole month. I realized that I was trying to show my false energy. I was making sure whether or not you have the enthusiasm and spirit. But the body was asking to stop. My brain was telling me to take a break and back off a bit.

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Virat Kohli hasn’t been in his groove for a long time. He cannot score runs in all three formats of cricket. More than two and a half years have passed since he marked a century. The last time he appeared in Test, ODI and T20 matches against England was in July. Here too it was a complete failure. After this, he rested in the West Indies and Zimbabwe series. He will now return to the courts on August 28 for the match against Pakistan in the Asian Cup.

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