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Rahul Dravid feels family comes first and rejected coaching team India once

July 6, 2020

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Rahul Dravid, the ex-cricketer of the Indian team, once had gotten a proposal to mentor the national group from BCCI’s Committee of Administrators (CoA). Be that as it may, Indian cricket calls him ‘The Wall’, declined the offer. He focussed on the childhood of his kids then. The disclosures were made by CoA administrator Vinod Rai.

Rai was impressed by his choice and said that Dravid is the best in the business, alongside any semblance of Anil Kumble and Ravi Shastri. Rai praised Rahul for guiding young cricketers with the National Cricket Academy (NCA) to his training spell.

Dravid was very much clear with his decision

Rahul was forthright with then. Rai expressed that was an exceptionally reasonable solicitation and however he would have been highest at the top of the priority list. In this way, he was especially in the zone of thought. According to Rai, Dravid is a lead trainer at NCA. He was thoughtful and exceptionally charitable in tolerating that and subscribing to the NCA. There probably can be no other man calmer and sober than Rahul Dravid, Rai exclaimed.

Dravid has garnered with the India U19 and A teams a number of laurels. Under Prithvi Shaw in 2018, India won U19 World Cup in New Zealand. In the final game, they beat Australia and Dravid expressed his joy after the game.

Rai praised Rahul for the development of Indian cricket and for creating a ‘road-map’ to the young ones. Furthermore, he said that he’s a fan, a huge fan, of retired Indian batsman.

Be that as it may, the flexibility he appeared in the center has proceeded to move many. With more than 24,000 runs during his cricket career, he was a support of Team India for all the three formats of the game.

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