New Delhi: Indian test team skipper Virat Kohli – while the team is on West Indies tour playing a 4 match test series – shared his views on the ongoing Rio Olympics games and said, “Whenever we get time, we follow Rio 2016.”
Speaking about his own interest for a particular sport, Kohli said, “I like swimming and diving events.”
Speaking about his captaincy and practice sessions, Indian cricket team batting star said, “Captaincy is a lot about instinct and gut feel of whole situation and the skill that your bowler has versus the skill batsman possesses. When you want a wicket, you bring the guy on who the batsman is least comfortable facing. This team is always up for changes according to conditions.  We will sit down and talk about combinations post practice. On the other end, you look for control … someone who can put pressure and not give runs away.”
Kohli also spoke about Indian team new coach Anil Kumble, who is on his first internaitonal tour, and said, “Anil bhai has a very good idea of reading pitches, he is very accurate with that.”
The Indian team is on a 4 Test match West Indies tour. India won the first match by an inning and 92 runs while the second match was a draw. The third match will start on August 9. 


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