6 Captain in Last 8 Months: Rahul Dravid on his Experience as India Coach


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India is all set to play multiple tours and games. The Indian team recently finished their five-match T20I home series against South Africa, ending in a 2-2 draw. Rahul Dravid is now the head coach of India after taking over the position from Ravi Shastri. He mentioned the toll of handling multiple teams for India and how difficult it may be. 

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India will play their next tour in Ireland for a two-game T20I, then England for an all-format game, and later in the West Indies. The Asia Cup is also right around the corner, and so is the T20 World Cup. India won all their previous iterations with New Zealand, Sri Lanka, and West Indies. The T20 squad for India, was announced for the Ireland Tour, where Hardik Pandya will lead the men in blue.

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Rahul Dravid stated about his journey as a coach, “It has been quite exciting, it has been good fun. The journey has been challenging as well, there have been probably six captains in the last eight months that I have had to work with, which was probably not the plan when I first started but the nature of Covid and the nature of a number of games we are playing,”  He mentioned on Star Sports

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6 Captain in Last 8 Months: Rahul Dravid on his Experience as India Coach

“You know managing the squad, managing the workload of the players, and a few changes in captaincy as well so it has been meant that I have had to work with a few people, it has been challenging but been a great fun as well. A lot of other guys have gotten opportunities to lead and to create more leaders in the group for us. As a group, we are constantly learning, and have had the opportunity in the last 8-10 months to try out more people, which I think has been great. If I look back at the last 8 months, South Africa was a disappointment in terms of the Test series.” Dravid added to his statement.

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