In the World Cup 2019, the Indian team finished in the semi-finals after losing to New Zealand. After this World Cup, Team India is to visit the West Indies where they have to play three T20, three ODIs and two Test matches. It was being said that the senior players of the team can be rested on this tour, but Virat Kohli has announced to go on tour after the team's poor performance in the World Cup.
Virat Kohli has told the selectors that he will tour the West Indies for the entire series. Last month it was told that Virat Kohli and Jaspreet Bumrah will be rested for the T20I and ODI series.
Since India's tour of Australia, Kohli is playing without rest. Prior to leading the team for the home ODI series against Australia, he was rested for the last two ODIs and T20I series in New Zealand.
On the other hand, about wicket-keeper batsman Mahendra Singh Dhoni, it is being said that Dhoni will not be as the first wicketkeeper. Dhoni will be with the team during the transition of Team India and he will prepare Rishabh Pant for the future.