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Rahul Dravid wants this from the Indian team to do well in overseas series

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Rahul Dravid wants this from the Indian team to do well in overseas series

Rahul Dravid feels that India have a lot of depth in white-ball cricket, but lack of red-ball practice makes their long-form batting a work in progress.

It’s the amount of white-ball cricket and, therefore, the hours of short-format training that make the Indians so good in one-day international and Twenty20 International cricket. Not to forget the bench strength, which is quite well rounded.

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Prithvi Shaw reveals how Rahul Dravid's contribution helped him in his maiden Test ton

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Prithvi Shaw reveals how Rahul Dravid's contribution helped him in his maiden Test ton

Indian cricket should be generous enough to former player and a legend himself, Rahul Dravid, for the contribution he had made during his days at the crease and now as a coach, mentoring young talent, an investment towards the future of the game in the country. 

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The greatness of Rahul Dravid

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The greatness of Rahul Dravid

The late Peter Roebuck, one of the world's greatest cricket writers, once exclaimed that removing Rahul Dravid from the crease would possibly need gelignite, an explosive material invented by Alfred Nobel.

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The 15-year wait for five elusive runs: When Rahul Dravid, for once, thought for himself

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The 15-year wait for five elusive runs: When Rahul Dravid, for once, thought for himself

22 years ago, Dravid played his first Test for India. The lover of the format that he was and continues to be, there could not have been a better place to start off. At Lord's, a ground which emphasizes on the values that red-ball cricket provides, just like he does.

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Rahul Dravid: Test records

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Rahul Dravid: Test records

Scored nearly 23% of the total runs put up by India (with a batting average of 102.84) in the 21 Test matches won under Ganguly's captaincy. This is the highest percentage contribution by any batsman in Test cricket history in matches won under a single captain where the captain has won more than 20 Tests.

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