Virat and Rohit take much needed break between IPL and ICC World Cup
The Indian cricket team is by far one of the strongest forces in the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019. The players have been under grueling pressure due to IPL’s demanding nature. After the tournament, the players definitely need a break before they can go all guns blazing at the World Cup.
Virat Kohli, the skipper, and Rohit Sharma, the vice-captain of the Indian cricket team are leading the pack with their respective vacations. While the power couple, Virat and Anushka, are keeping it domestic with their travels, Rohit has gone international with his family.
Virat and Anushka having breakfast in Goa (Photo: Instagram/manav.manglani)
While, surprisingly, there are no pictures by the duo on either of their Instagram yet, Manav Manglani posted this picture of them having breakfast at a cafe in Goa. Virushka seem to be on a quaint vacation in Goa before the batsman is set to fly to England for the World Cup.
Virat and Anushka with cabin crew (Photo: Instagram)
It is always a pleasure for any cabin crew to get a picture with these celebrities. Virat and Anushka were generous enough to pose with the Vistara cabin crew.
As for Rohit Sharma, he is busy enjoying his triumph at the Indian Premier League in an undisclosed island with his family and closed ones. The Mumbai Indians captain posted this picture on his Insta profile:
Baby Samaira and wife Ritika have been the strongest pillars for Rohit Sharma, as he has always said. They look like a duo that is happy to be on vacation after supporting their superhero through the IPL as well.
Ritika Sajdeh Instagram story (Source: Instagram/ritssajdeh)
Ritika also posted a few videos on her Instagram story from the hotel. The destination looks absolutely blissful and perfect for a summer vacation. White sandy beaches, palm trees, and an endless ocean make for the perfect and relaxing vacay.
While we wish we were out there on those beaches too, the main focus remains on our megastars getting their desired rest they need before they go on to perform at the World Cup.