Virat Kohli
Lee believes that Kohli is getting better with age, while others think he is simply fulfilling his potential.


Brett Lee extolled India captain Virat Kohli’s excellence

Virat Kohli was Brett Lee’s choice for the current crop of players with the most potential.

Lee was full of praise for Virat Kohli’s “excellent mindset” and “remarkable cricket IQ”

Virat Kohli was called the current crop’s greatest cricketer by Australian quick bowler Brett Lee, who praised his mindset and cricket brain.

Concerning which of the current generation’s batters is the best, the debate seems to go on forever. The majority of the population tends to favor their own countrymen as their favorites. Former Australian fast bowler Brett Lee does not follow this advice, though. The Aussie player is adamant that it is “difficult to overlook Virat Kohli’s recent success.” Lee feels Virat Kohli is only getting better with age.

It is hard to overlook Virat Kohli as a talented modern great. What an incredible collection of records he has. With age, he gets better. In an ICC media release about Luke Wright, Brett Lee had this to say: “He has got a great mindset, a great cricket brain as well.”

Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara are both great, but the ex-Australian quickly couldn’t choose between them as his favorite batter.

The best Test bowlers during my playing career were Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara, according to Lee.

The Australian described Lara as having a “flamboyant” personality. For six balls in a row, I could attempt to bowl to him at the top of the off stump, but someone like Brian Lara would easily hit me over the head. He could knock me on the ground, drive me through the covers, hit me to the offside, and do the same to everyone in front of me.

With Sachin, you could determine the general area where the ball would go, but you had to scoop the ball to find it.” To put it another way, he had great batting technique, excellent temperament, and a brilliant cricket brain,” said Lee of the great Indian cricketer.

The finals of the 2011-12 edition of the World Test Championship (WTC) will begin on June 18, at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton, with India facing New Zealand.

Brett Lee expects New Zealand to enter the match with a slight advantage.

There doesn’t appear to be too much of a disparity between the two.” I’m also thinking about New Zealand, where they bowl in similar weather conditions back home, and there is movement in the wicket, which can help with swinging and turning,” he said.

Therefore, that’s where I believe the Kiwis might have a competitive advantage. But in the end, it is all about bowling. In my opinion, the team that wins the test match final will be the one that bowls better, Lee concluded.

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