Indian Premier League 2014: Virat Kohli talks up Royal Challengers Bangalore's chances

Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli is positive that his side will do much better in this season of the Indian Premier League, given the quality of players in his side.

updated: April 13, 2014 15:51 IST
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Critics might say that the Indian Premier League is adding to the players' burden in a packed international calendar but Royal Challengers Bangalore skipper Virat Kohli today said the T20 event actually helps them relax and enjoy themselves.

"The more we enjoy cricket, it will be that much better in the IPL. In the IPL there is a lot of enjoyment for players. Everybody is relaxed coming from the international schedule. There is a good atmosphere and we will try to utilise it," said the 25-year-old at the team's jersey launch event. (Must read: Virat Kohli meets 'ladylove' Anushka Sharma ahead of new IPL season)

Kohli, on a high after being named the player of the tournament in the recently-concluded ICC World Twenty20, said he is aiming to take RCB to its maiden IPL title this season. (Check this out: Kohli, Anushka seen walking hand-in-hand in New Zealand)

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