Due to the coronavirus pandemic Indian captain Virat Kohli made the most of his time at home during the ongoing lockdown. With all the cricketing action suspended, Kohli, like other cricketers, was quite active on social media. He communicated with fellow cricketers live on Instagram and frequently posted stories about his everyday routine.
Kohli took to Instagram on Sunday to post an edited video about himself enjoying a run indoors. Kohli practiced indoors at his home in Mumbai, where he currently resides with his wife Anushka Sharma and the rest of the family. Fans liked Kohli’s edited video on Instagram but it left former England captain Kevin Pietersen wondering whether it was a TikTok video. Check earning of Tiktok Stars.
Although Pietersen asked if the video was made on TikTok in the comments section, Warner was swift to claim that it was indeed Kohli’s video-sharing app debut. Warner was very involved on Twitter himself, and kept entertaining his followers with funny videos on the website. “TikTok,” Warner wrote, with thumbs-up emoticons, reacting to Kohli ‘s video.
Warner had previously asked Kohli to do a duet video on TikTok with him. In a live chat with his Indian teammate R Ashwin, Kohli revealed Warner had been making the Indian skipper join TikTok after his career. “He’s busy making TikTok videos. He’s been asking me to do one after my life,” Kohli told Ashwin during the spinner’s live chat.
Kohli and other cricketers in the lockdown were all confined to their homes but they worked hard at home on their fitness. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) plans to resume skill-based training for top cricketers in a ‘isolation camp’ that will be held in a safe zone where the number of cases of coronavirus is lower.
Kohli was scheduled to lead Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in this year’s 13th edition of the Indian Premier League ( IPL) but the tournament was indefinitely postponed due to the pandemic.