Dravid was previously in command of. India’s under-19 and ‘A’ teams and is credited with a constant supply of new talent as the head of the. National Cricket Academy. He played 164 tests and 344 one-dayers between 1996 and 2012, accumulating more than 10,000 runs in both formats.
“I’m incredibly excited to play this part.” The team has performed admirably under. Shastri’s leadership, and I look forward to working with them to continue this trend.
“Having worked directly with the majority of the lads at the NCA. Under-19, and India ‘A’ levels, I know they are driven to develop every day.”
In addition, “In the next two years, there are several great multi-team competitions, and. I’m looking forward to working with the players and support personnel to reach our potential,” Dravid added.
Shastri, who has been in charge since mid-2017. For instance, has said he will not seek an extension when his term ends after the upcoming. Twenty20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates.
However, Dravid is the greatest choice to follow Shastri, according to BCCI secretary Jay Shah.
Therefore, “With two World Cups slated in the next two years, a flawless transfer is critical, and the former India captain is the best man for the job,” Shah added.