India’s ODI and Test captain, who missed the T20I series and the first Test at Kanpur against New Zealand after taking a break from the bio bubble, trained for four daysOn Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday-early morning, between 7am to 9am. TOI understands that Kohli, who now lives in Mumbai, requested the BCCI to arrange practice for him at CCI to help him prepare for the Test. The BCCI, in turn, requested CCI, who readily obliged.
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