New Delhi - India captain Virat Kohli has been ruled out of
playing for English county team Surrey next month because of a neck injury
sustained during an Indian Premier League match this week.
Board of Control for Cricket in India official Amitabh
Choudhary says Kohli will undergo a period of rehabilitation under the
supervision of a BCCI medical team.
Kohli is expected to regain full fitness ahead of India's
upcoming tours to Ireland and England.
Kohli decided to miss the one-off Test against Afghanistan
in Bengaluru to play for Surrey in June and prepare for the England tour.
India will play two T20 Internationals against Ireland in
June, followed by a series against England.