Team India coach Rahul Dravid is known for his calm nature. Dravid has played for the team as captain, wicketkeeper and batsman. Both his sons are following in his footsteps. Elder son Samit had already chosen the path of cricket but now younger son Anvay is also moving forward on the path shown by his father. Anvay has been handed over the captaincy of the Karnataka team for the Karnataka Under-14 Inter Zonal Tournament.
Anvay on the path of father Rahul Dravid and MS Dhoni
The matches of this tournament are to be held in Kerala from 23 January to 11 February. Two-day matches are to be played in the tournament. Dravid’s elder son Samit is already a cricketer and scored a double century at the under-14 level. In Anvay, he has chosen the path of his father Rahul Dravid and former Indian captain MS Dhoni. Apart from being the captain of the team, he will also handle the responsibility of wicketkeeping. Dravid and Dhoni have also played as wicketkeepers for the Indian team for a long time. Dhoni started his career as a wicketkeeper.
At present Dravid is the coach of Team India.
While Anvay Dravid will take over the captaincy on the field, his father Rahul Dravid will continue to train Team India. The Indian team is currently playing the ODI series against New Zealand. The second match will be played on January 21 while the third and final ODI will be played on January 24. After this, a 3-match T20I series will be played between the two teams. After this Team India will play Test series with Australia. The 4-match Test series between India and Australia will begin on 9 February.
Test and ODI records under the captaincy of Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid played 73 matches in ODIs as a wicketkeeper. During this, he scored 2300 runs at an average of 44, scoring 4 centuries and 14 half-centuries. Rahul Dravid’s best score has been 145 runs. Talking about captaincy, Dravid has led in 25 Tests. Out of which he has won 8 while lost 6. In ODIs, Rahul Dravid captained in 79 matches. India won 42 and lost 33.
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