After opening up about his battle with depression during India’s tour of England in 2014, Virat Kohli has now revealed how Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar has helped him get through troubled times, and the Indian captain made these comments in a conversation with famous commentator Mark Nicholas. The latest podcast “Not Just Cricket”. Virat Kohli said he had a conversation with Tendulkar about how to deal with negative thoughts. About the advice Tendulkar gave him, the Indian captain said: “The thing that (Sachin Tendulkar) told me was, in cricket, what he’s been testing is whether you are experiencing a strong negative emotion and if that comes into your system regularly, it is better to let it pass. If you start fighting that feeling, it’s getting stronger. So here’s the advice I took on the plane and my mindset has really opened since then. ” Virat Kohli is currently leading the Indian team in Test Series against England at home. The series tied 1-1. The Indian team is currently in Ahmedabad, preparing for the pink ball test, which will begin on February 24th. The match will take place at the reconstructed Motera Stadium, the largest cricket stadium in the world, and when Virat Kohli felt he was the most lonely man in the world on the same podcast with Nicholas, Virat Kohli previously admitted he suffered from depression while on India Tour 2014. He was on tour. Lane in England, morning turned Egger 134 sprint 10 runs. Reflecting on difficult times, Virat Kohli said, “I felt (depressed). It’s not a great feeling when you wake up knowing that you won’t be able to score any runs and I think all batsmen have felt that at some point or the other that you have no control over anything.” Not at all. And you don’t understand how to get over it. I think when you look back at a very difficult stage, you realize that you had to go through this phase completely to be able to understand the mistake and correct it and move forward and open yourself up to change. That was a phase where I couldn’t act Anything to reverse what I was suffering from. I felt like I was the most lonely man in the world. Indian Captain concluded Virat Kohli commendably resisted England’s catastrophe and is now known as one of the greatest batsmen of modern times. Published February 20, 2021, 12:36 IST .