New Delhi: The Indian cricket team's tour of South Africa has been in constant discussions and tensions are constantly increasing for India. Rohit Sharma, the vice-captain of the first Test team, has been ruled out of the Test series due to injury and now Virat Kohli has withdrawn from the ODI series. All this comes at a time when BCCI has removed Virat Kohli from the captaincy of ODI.
According to reports, Virat Kohli has also been dropped from the ODI series. Virat Kohli had informed the board that January 11 is his daughter Wamika's first birthday and he wants to celebrate her with his family. Virat ODI can spend time with his family during the series after this Test as the third Test between India and South Africa will begin on January 11 and will be Virat Kohli's 100th Test.
After Kohli was removed from the captaincy and Rohit Sharma was given the command are not a good sign for Team India. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly had also cited Kohli as the reason for withdrawing the captaincy. Ganguly had said Virat was forbidden to give up the T20 captaincy, but he quit. After which the selectors and the board decided together that separate captains could not be placed in limited-overs cricket, so Rohit was given the captaincy of T20 and ODI.