Tokyo Paralympics: Virat Kohli wishes good luck to the Indian contingent

Indian Cricket team captain, Virat Kohli tweeted to wish good luck to the Indian Contingent participating in the Tokyo Paralympics. He tweeted on Monday night to send his wishes.

Virat Kohli who is in England for the 5 Test match series against them, has wished Indian Contingent who all are taking part in the Tokyo Paralympics on Monday. The Indian cricket team captain has wished them good luck via his Twitter account. Virat Kohli is in Leeds, England these days for India’s third Test against England. The whole Indian cricket squad is in Leeds. He also said, he is going to cheer all of them and he believes that the Indian Contingent will make the country proud.

Virat Kohli has recently created history by winning the Test match against England at Lord’s Cricket Ground. The captain may not be good with his bat, but his captaincy was pinpoint. The Indian Team is leading this Test match series by 1-0 after the first Test was cancelled due to rain on the last day of the match. Virat Kohli never fails to wish good luck to the other Indian sportsperson, just like he did on Monday.


Tokyo Paralympics is set to begin from 24 August, Tuesday and the games will be held till 5 September. Many Indian Contingent is going to participate in this Paralympics. Thus, to give them more confidence, many Indians are wishing the contingents good luck. The women’s hockey team captain Rani and the men’s hockey team captain, Manpreet Singh have also sent their best wishes to the Indian contingent.

“Sending my best wishes and support to India contingent at the Tokyo Paralympics. I will be cheering for each one of you and I am sure you will make us proud,” Virat Kohli Tweeted.