“Saw 6 Captains In Last 8 Months”: Rahul Dravid’s Quip On Experience As Team India Coach
Before the beginning of the fifth T20I against South Africa, Team India mentor Rahul Dravid discussed his training stretch with the group up until this point.
Rahul Dravid had assumed control over the reins of Team India after the T20 World Cup in UAE and under his residency, the Men in Blue crushed New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and West Indies in white-ball series, while the T20I series against South Africa finished in a 2-2 draw, with the last match deserted because of downpour. Nonetheless, dissatisfaction was in offer when Team India lost the away Test and ODI series against South Africa recently. Before the beginning of the fifth T20I against the Proteas in Bengaluru, Dravid opened up on his training spell with the senior side up to this point, and offered a humorous comment all the while.
“It has been very energizing, it has been great tomfoolery. The excursion has been trying too, there have been likely six chiefs over the most recent eight months that I have needed to work with, which was presumably not the arrangement when I initially began however the idea of COVID and the idea of various games we are playing,” Dravid told have telecaster Star Sports before the beginning of the fifth T20I.
“You know dealing with the crew, dealing with the responsibility of the players, and a couple of changes in captaincy too so it has been implied that I have needed to work with a couple of individuals, it has been testing however been extraordinary fun too,” Dravid said.
“A great deal of different folks have gotten chances to lead and to simply make more forerunners in the gathering for us. Collectively, we are continually learning, and have had the open door in the last 8-10 months to evaluate more individuals, which I think has been perfect. In the event that I glance back at the most recent 8 months, South Africa was a mistake regarding the Test series,” he added.
Dravid had taken over from Ravi Shastri as the mentor of the senior public side. Dravid’s most memorable task was the T20I series against New Zealand last year.