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And soon, Indian cricket will officially enter the age of Kohli It’s just for one Test now but it seems a mere matter of time before Kohli starts owning the role “I love being the captain” Kohli said on the evening he left for Australia and one suspects it’s a feeling that he has nurtured for a long time now Whatmore the nomadic coach of our times remembers being startled by the young Kohli’s “articulateness” and “desire” in 2008 Kohli wasn’t the first choice to be the Under-19 captain that year It was Uttar Pradesh’s left-hand opener Tanmay Srivastava who suddenly had to give way to Kohli Whatmore still remembers the young Kohli at the nets “It was in the practice sessions that I immediately noticed this great desire and intensity in the boy He always wanted to be in the thick of action There was energy about him” Frequently as seen over the next few years that energy would push him over the line At the core lay a self-absorbed boy who knew the world could be his for the taking Those traits began to pop up here and there on the cricket field Even in that U-19 tournament Whatmore remembers he had to reign in the kid at times Simple stuff like bowling himself even before the specialist bowlers “We had to have couple of meetings about stuff like that when he should bowl when he shouldn’t; how he sets an example for his team-mates …one could see that it was just over-enthusiasm at times” Early success can get to the head of the best of men and here was an immature lad who had lost his father trying to make a sense of the world around him Meanwhile things were unfurling at a rapid pace in his life It was in Kuala Lumpur that he got the news that he was picked for the IPL by the Royal Challengers Bangalore a franchise owned by the flamboyant Vijay Mallya the self-crowned “king of good times” Kohli’s reaction was typical of a zeitgeist kid He was flushed that he was heading to the kingfisher ‘party’ team It’s in that party team that he met Jennings a tough old-school coach who saw a future India captain in him if he could curb the “shortcomings in his character” “He is a very talented kid but sometimes thinks he is better than the game” Jennings says In his own school-masterly way Jennings has done his bit trying to introduce small course-corrections Kohli has listened a few times rebelled on occasions and on the whole has remained his own man According to Jennings it was Kohli who pushed for a change of coach in the IPL team Jennings had to go He says Kohli never really had a word with him on the reason but he thinks it’s because he perhaps pushed Kohli a lot more than anyone did “People generally don’t like being questioned and pointed out their shortcomings but I knew what I did was for his and the team’s well-being But as a captain he has the right to work with the people he is comfortable with and I have no complaints “I still think he has a great chance to be very good long-term leader of India – he has the passion genuine interest in the game and its strategies and a great desire to do well But it’s vital that he finds a proper mentor in the team set-up” says Jennings “He can be volatile as we have seen and the Indian public is fanatical about its heroes and cricket But they will not tolerate failures and what they see as attitude and image problem after a while” Shades of KP Kohli is someone like Kevin Pietersen who has the tendency to individuate himself and create a crowd of others Jennings sees the advantages and the negatives in it “He has a fierce desire to lead by example which is good But this is a team game and being out of limelight and allowing the others their own glory when things aren’t going right for him personally is something else It’s what separates mere captains from great leaders” Jennings doesn’t have any particular incident to show as evidence of this trait in Kohli; it’s just something that he believes Kohli should be alert to in future The reaction to failure is something that others who have worked with Kohli in the past are keenly watching out for Venkatesh Prasad is gung-ho about Kohli’s future as a captain but says the longevity will be determined by how he reacts to the losses that are bound to come his way “How he handles losses and failures will be the key Indian captains generally don’t handle losses well And that attitude sort of rubs on to the team-mates If he gets very angry or upset or emotional then it can pass on Kohli is temperamental but if he can change … and there is no reason to doubt that he can’t change After all he has come a long way from how he was He is a champion player now; it’s just that if you ask me what area of concern I have I shall say this — the reaction to the failures Not just of his but to others’ failures And I can tell you after having played under and watched several Indian captains it’s a special trait that unfortunately not many Indian captains have had” On a related note the nature of Test cricket will throw another stern test at Kohli It stews on a slow boil and demands a lot from the captain Some like Dhoni have been seen to be almost too placid allowing things to meander Some like Tendulkar have been overly attached to one idea to a piece of strategy let it fester for too long and not gone for course-correction soon enough Some like Lara haven’t had the patience and have instead tried too many things too quickly? there was no surprise in them. drawing his hands into a fist. entered the WWF as Paul Wight (his real name) and later in WWE changed his name to the ‘Big Show’. 2016 3:38 pm Rohit Sharma runs between the wickets during his knock of 99 against Australia at Sydney.05) in 23?

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