Virat Kohli believes county stint will help him improve as a batsman

Ola Co Founder Bhavish Aggarwal Deepika Padukone Virat Kohli among TIME's 100 Most Influential People

Ola Co Founder Bhavish Aggarwal Deepika Padukone Virat Kohli among TIME's 100 Most Influential People

Recently, the cricketer has been named in the list of 100 most influential people of 2018 in TIME magazine as per reports in The Times of India.

The Real Madrid star is considered one of the best footballers to ever play the game and Bravo believes Kohli has achieved that status in cricket.

Writing the profile, Tendulkar praised 29-year-old's "hunger for runs and consistency" and termed that as "hallmark of his game".

"Bansal said that in counting his laurels, it's easy to forget the struggles Aggarwal faced while building one of India's most storied startups. I don't think so", he told Times Network about the absence of Smith and Warner weakening the team. Tendulkar who had watched Kohli leading the victorius side said that the U-19 World Cup was very important for India, as it would define the next bunch of youngsters who would go on to represent the nation.

AB De Villiers and Virat Kohli are like the Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal of cricket in their skills and approach, said Australia's Trent Woodhill. "Virat seems to have a similar outlook when it comes to his game", Tendulkar wrote.

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The India captain reiterated his desire to play first-class cricket in England in June ahead of India's Test and limited-overs series.

"Every sportsman knows what it's like to have good spells and bad ones too". RCB's skipper retained the orange Cap after scoring a magnificent innings 92 not out against defending champion Mumbai Indians and taking his tally to 201 runs in just four matches.

Kohli further added, 'People says I play defensive but the truth is that I have never practised that kind of shots.

Tendulkar signed off by wishing Kohli even more success and hoped he would continue to bring laurels for India. Bill Gates, profiling Federer, has described him as "one of those rare, preternatural athletes who appear to be exempt, at least in part, from certain physical laws". "Go Virat!", the Master Blaster had concluded.