Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar feels it would be premature to discuss Virat Kohli's future in India's T20 side, especially with the T20 World Cup set to be held next year.
Kohli ended Indian Premier League (IPL) 2023 on a high, scoring back-to-back centuries in Royal Challengers Bangalore's last two matches.
He amassed 639 runs in 14 matches in the IPL 2023, with an average of 53.25 and a strike rate of 139.82. Aprt from his two centuries, the 34-year-old also hit six fifties during the league phase. "The next T20 World Cup will be played in 2024.
There will be another IPL before that in March-April. Kohli's form should be observed at that point. There is no point talking about it now.Read more on sports.ndtv.com