Virat Kohli is no longer the fittest Indian cricketer

Virat Kohli is no longer the fittest Indian cricketer, Former Indian captain Virat Kohli, who is known as one of the best cricketers to ever play the game of cricket, who has maintained his fitness standards in the recent past, recently announced his latest Yo-Yo Test score. Which is a fitness test of aerobic endurance conducted by BCCI.

While many believed that Virat Kohli, with the new yo-yo score, would be the fittest Indian cricketer, it turns out that among the 15 Indian players selected for the Asia Cup 2023, a youngster has overtaken Kohli. Left behind in the test.

Virat Kohli posted his latest Yo-Yo Test score on his social media profiles a few days ago, which drew a lot of reactions from his fans.

He scored an impressive 17.2 in the U-U Test held at Alwar. Meanwhile, to overtake Kohli, young Indian opener Shibman Gill has scored 18.7 in his Yo-Yo Test score.

So far, no one has come close to Shabman Gill’s score. All Indian players selected for Asia Cup 2023 have reportedly achieved a threshold score of 16.5.

In Alwar, only a few players have been exempted from the fitness test. Players like Jasprit Bumrah, Prasad Krishna, Tilak Verma, Sanju Samson, and KL Rahul have not given the U-Y Test.

Tests are likely to be conducted on the mentioned players in the coming days. Team India led by Rohit Sharma is currently in Alwar for a closed-door training session.

The entire Indian squad is gearing up well for the upcoming Asia Cup 2023, which is scheduled to start on August 30 in Pakistan.

Pakistan is scheduled to take on Nepal in the opening match in Multan on August 30, while India’s first match of the Asia Cup 2023 will be against arch-rivals Pakistan on September 2 at the Paley Kale International Cricket Stadium.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has already announced India’s 15-member squad for the Asia Cup 2023.

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