Guru Dravid Perseverance – This is the Indian Players League, not the IPL

Bangalore: Every year, the IPL means that the top players are foreign players. But this time around, the young players of our India are shouting at the beginning of a change in the IPL.

Foreign players have faded in the IPL this time. But our young players are playing for Rochchi in the beginning of IPL. This time the IPL is not the Indian Premier League. Indian cricket fans are cheering on the social networking site called Indians Player League. Dravid’s opinion has been the reason for this change.

Guru Dravid is a boy who has been tamed
India’s new talent is shining in the IPL today. The message is that the future of India’s cricket is going to be a good one. Many have argued that this is due to Rahul Dravid, former India player and Indian under-19 coach. A number of young players who have worked under their belt are proving their competence today.

Earlier in the IPL, young batsmen RCB team Devadat Padikal, Rajasthan’s Sanju Samson, Kolkata’s Shubhaman Gin, Delhi’s Prithvi Shah and Mumbai team’s Ishaan Kishan were spotted. Similarly, Kolkata’s Shivam Mawi, Kamalesh Nagarakoti and Hyderabad’s T Natarajan are showing their talent in the IPL. All these players are boys who are under Rahul Dravid.

Devadat Padikal, Shubhaman Gin, Prithvi Shah and Ishaan Kishan are the other teams in India’s under-19 team. He was trained by the same legend Dravid. Mavi, Nagarkoti and T Natarajan are also part of the 2018 Under-19 squad. Rahul’s advice to these young bowlers has also made them better players.

Kamalesh Nagarakoti, who bowled well in the match between Kolkata and Rajasthan on Wednesday, thanked Rahul Dravid for his support. He said that he had learned much from his training. Talking about Kamlesh Nagarakoti, Dravid said Kamlesh was a good bowler and fielder. He said he would be a good player for India.

T Natarajan, who previously spoke to a private media outlet, recalled that Dravid gave me good advice when India-A team toured South Africa. Sanju Samson, who shone with the Sixer CDC in the IPL today, also claimed that Dravid had trained me well when my mentor, Dravid, was a Mentor of Rajasthan.

BCCI had earlier decided to appoint Rahul Dravid as batting coach for India’s main team. However, Dravid was the coach of the India-A team. Today, as a result of their efforts, the boys who are under their belt are running in the IPL. And bowling is getting everyone’s attention.


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