Dravid gives a balance to his fresh beginnings

Rahul Dravid, who was head of the National Cricket Academy, took over from Ravi Shastri as the head coach of the Indian team.

Meanwhile, Rohit took over from Virat Kohli as the T20I captain after the former stepped down from the role after the T20 World Cup.

Rahul Dravid has been a memorable history in cricket. Being someone who has already been at that path, make a better impact on the present.

Former India opener Gautam Gambhir said Rahul Dravid is a balanced person and he will not get carried away by the success of the team.

The players treasure his words like a bedtime story before a game. It helps them visualize, set goals and achieve perfection. They know that hard work and discipline will eventually lead to success – it’s a Dravid way of studying life says Gambhir.

It really puts anyone into a big limelight when such a responsibility is given.

Shastri’s tenure came to a bittersweet end as India exited the T20 World Cup without making it to the knockout stages for the first time since 2012.

 Adding a pinch of politics will surely put challenges and expectations from Dravid, but his patient and balanced personality will surely help the team achieve targets.

Your actions speaks louder that your words and surely Dravid has proven this. With a big bag of risks, calculations and expectations, Dravid has all set to begin walking in the new direction

This reunion will be on many fronts, the upcoming starts will get a chance to work and learn from his experiences and mistakes. A great strategic mind will help in further discussions and planning’s.

 It will be interesting to see how his strategy plays now

A successful leader must evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of each team member in order to ensure the most workplace success.

Acceptance is really importance by the team and by the coach himself. Dravid surely proves this true

Let’s hope for the best for our team now!!

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