Rahul Dravid has been accumulating a great deal of appreciation and acknowledge for his stretch as India’s lead trainer for their white-ball task in Sri Lanka. As of now, Dravid was much in acclaim for his stretch with the under-19 World Cup-winning group and India A. Dravid’s work with youthful Indian gifts and molding their future for the worldwide stages ahead has raised his shots at turning into the lead trainer of the senior group.
As Ravi Shastri is right now in England with the standard group for their five-match Test series against the host group, BCCI considered Dravid to assume responsibility for the moderately more youthful crew that has gone to Sri Lanka. In similar line of occasions, previous cricketer and analyst Aakash Chopra added that previous unbelievable batsman can accept the charge as India’s lead trainer however there may be one rivalry before him.
Shastri has been quite possibly the best mentors with the Indian group and is required to sit down for quite a while. Be that as it may, a great deal relies upon India’s presentation in the impending T20 World Cup. In a similar light, Chopra figured that Dravid will not energetically put in his name on the rundown of being the lead trainer yet on the off chance that he does, he will have one rivalry.
I don’t think Rahul Dravid will put his name on the rundown: Chopra
“I don’t think Rahul Dravid will put his name on the rundown. There can be only one contest if Rahul says he needs to be India’s mentor. Assuming he needs, then, at that point it will be a solid battle. Yet, on the off chance that Dravid doesn’t put his name, whoever puts his name on that rundown, he can not remain before Ravi Shastri, that is the thing that I accept however then, at that point we will discover,” said Chopra as cited by HT.
“I don’t think there will be any change. I feel Ravi Shastri will proceed. Since there is a cycle, applications will be welcomed, there will be some recce. I don’t see an adjustment of the offing, to be exceptionally genuine,” he added.