India's Test skipper, who has been rested for the upcoming Zimbabwe tour, has said he tries to give his best on the field but will be waiting to see how he'll perform after returning to international cricket.
"I don't know whether the law of averages will catch up with me. Even I am waiting to find out what shape I will be in when I return to competitive cricket. The intention is to give 120 per cent when I am on the field. That's exactly what I will be trying to do. But then the results are not in your hand," Kohli was quoted by TOI as saying.
Speaking on the sidelines of Premier Futsal event Kohli said, "I am enjoying time off the game. Sometimes, it feels good to stay away from the game. It's always nice to sit back and relax. Honestly, I haven't thought about team composition and other stuff. I have to see the conditions there and then we can decide whether we want to go in with five bowlers or four bowlers."
Earlier on Monday (June 6) Premier Futsal unveiled musical maestro AR Rahman as the composer of the league's official anthem, to be sung by its brand ambassador Virat Kohli ahead of its inaugural season.
"I have been a fan of AR Rahman for years. It will be a personal achievement and also a privilege to share the screen with him and lend my voice to the anthem of Premier Futsal," Kohli said.
Kohli was adjudged the player of the tournament for ICC World T20 2016 and Indian Premier League season 9. The Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) skipper made 973 runs in the tournament.