There is a lot of debate these days about whether Rahul Dravid, who took over as the head coach of Sri Lanka’s tour of Sri Lanka in the absence of Ravi Shastri, should be made the coach of Team India in the future. Ravi Shastri’s tenure will end after this year’s T20 World Cup. In such a situation, if many former cricketers are to be believed, Dravid could make the post a tough competition for Shastri. However, Rahul Dravid has said he has not thought about it and is very happy with what he is doing. The youngsters were beaten by Sri Lanka in the T20 series 2-1.
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Dravid was asked to share his experience if he would like to take up a coach position if given the chance in the future. The great batsman said, ‘To be honest, I’m happy with what I’m doing now. I have never thought of anything other than this trip. I enjoyed the experience and I love working with these players. It was amazing. And I haven’t thought of anything else. There are a lot of challenges in playing the role to the fullest so I don’t know. “As the head coach of Dravid, the team’s performance in the one-day series in Sri Lanka was good and the team won the series 2-1. But, as many of the key players are corona positive, the team has suffered a defeat at T20.
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India’s head coach, Ravi Shastri, who is currently on the Indian Test team, lost to New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championships and will now play a five-match series against England. Shastri’s contract is for the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the T20 World Cup in Oman from October 17 to November 14, and it is not yet clear if he will apply again as he is 59 years old and the maximum age limit for the post of Indian coach is 60 years.