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BCCI announces the batting, bowling and fielding coach of Indian Cricket Team
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BCCI on Thursday (11/11/2021) announced the coaches of Batting, Bowling and Fielding of Indian Cricket Team. Earlier last week, Rahul Dravid was appointed as the head coach of India and this week Rohit Sharma has been appointed as the captain of Indian T20I team officially.
Rahul Dravid was on Wednesday selected the new lead trainer of the Indian men's cricket crew by the Board of Control for Cricket in India's Cricket Advisory Committee.
Dravid will assume responsibility for the group from the forthcoming home series against New Zealand, which starts on November 17. Current mentor Ravi Shastri's residency reaches a conclusion after the fruition of the continuous ICC T20 World Cup.
"The Cricket Advisory Committee containing Ms Sulakshana Naik and Mr RP Singh on Wednesday collectively named Mr Rahul Dravid as the Head Coach of Team India (Senior Men). The previous India skipper will assume responsibility from the forthcoming home series against New Zealand. The BCCI had welcomed applications for the said position on October 26 to select Mr Ravi Shastri's replacement, whose term moves past after the continuous ICC T20 World Cup," BCCI said in a public statement.
The Indian cricket board complimented Ravi Shastri and the remainder of the instructing staff for their effective residency in which the group achieved a few highs.
Dravid's previous colleague and current leader of the BCCI, Sourav Ganguly, invited him to his new job and furthermore commended his endeavors in supporting youthful cricketers in the country.
The interviews for the three are understood to have taken place on Thursday. As per the Supreme Court-approved constitution, the selectors will have to pick the coaches and the Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will have to choose the head coach, but the process for these appointments are yet to be ascertained.
Rahul Dravid had an illustrious career as a cricketer, which saw him become one of the legends of the game. He captained India to landmark Test series wins in England and West Indies and is the fourth highest run-getter in the history of Test cricket with 13,288 runs in 164 matches. He also scored more than 10,000 runs in one-day internationals and was part of the Indian team that reached the final of the 2003 ICC World Cup.
All three will have to report at Jaipur ahead of the first match against New Zealand, a Twenty20 International, on November 17. India play two more T20Is and two Tests against New Zealand before flying to South Africa.
BCCI has announced the Batting, Bowling and Fielding coach :
3. Fielding Coach
T Dilip, a Hyderabad-based fielding coach previousl travelled with the Indian team to Sri Lanka under Dravid in July. Incidentally, the outgoing fielding coach, R Sridhar, was also from Hyderabad. T Dilip is all set to be named fielding coach. Dilip accompanied Rahul Dravid on the Sri Lanka tour in July as the fielding coach.
2. Bowling Coach
The appointment of Mhambrey was on the expected lines given the long association the former Mumbai pacer had with Dravid at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), Under-19 and India A teams. Dravid himself has admitted that he is comfortable working with the 49-year-old Mumbaikar, who played two Tests and three ODIs in the late 90s. Paras Mhambrey has been appointed as the bowling coach of team India.
In 1993-94, Mhambrey made his debut took 30 wickets at 23.77 apiece and selected to the India A side in the next season. Mhambrey made his debut against England at Edgbaston as a third seamer in 1996 and picked up as his first wicket haul Michael Atherton, however he could not do much with the ball and ended up with only 5 wickets in his only series. He was also selected as the overseas player for North Maidenhead CC.
Paras Mhambrey secured a Level-3 coaching diploma from the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. He was the coach of the cricket team of Bengal in Indian domestic circuit and took them to the finals of the Ranji Trophy, after a gap of 16 years. He was also the coach of Maharashtra, Baroda and Vidarbha. He was the assistant coach of the Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League for four years.
He is currently the bowling coach for both India A team and U19 Indian cricket team. Now he will join senior Indian Cricket Team and will reach Jaipur by 13th of November for the New Zealand series.
1. Batting Coach
Rathour (52) was also an automatic choice given that he has had good reviews from the Indian team. He recently disclosed that he had applied for the position. Vikram Rathour is a former Indian cricketer & Cricket Coach, who played in 6 Tests and 7 ODIs from 1996 to 1997. He was a right-handed opening batsman. Rathour was a prolific run scorer at the first class level, scoring 11,503 runs at an average of 50.66 in 146 matches.
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Shastri : India 'one of the extraordinary groups throughout the entire existence of cricket'
Interestingly beginning around 2012, India will retire from an ICC competition before the semi-last stage. White-ball cricket to the side, India have likewise overseen supported achievement in Tests, with consecutive series wins in Australia and a 2-1 lead in England setting up their qualifications as a side that can act in all conditions. On his last day as lead trainer, Ravi Shastri thought about these accomplishments as he attempted to put their initial exit from the T20 World Cup in context.
"At the point when I accepted this position, I said to me, I need to have an effect and I think I have," he told Star Sports in front of the last Super 12s match among India and Namibia on Monday. "Now and then in life it's not with regards to what you achieve. It's what you survive. Also, what these folks have defeated in the course of the most recent five years, the manner in which they have traversed the globe and acted in each side of the globe in all organizations of the game will make this, independent of what's occurred here, as one of the extraordinary groups throughout the entire existence of the game. I've positively no doubt as far as I can say. It's deplorable we are out of this competition however that doesn't remove anything from this extraordinary side."
Shastri took over as India mentor briefly time in July 2017 and had zeroed in building a group that can win away from home.
"Across all configurations there are bounty [of gains]," he said. "Yet, I would say winning in red-ball cricket across the globe - in West Indies, Sri Lanka, Australia, England, we're driving the series, it very well may be the longest lead throughout the entire existence of cricket on the grounds that the following Test is one year from now however I'll take that. I'll make due with that for quite some time. However, to go across and beat this multitude of sides and afterward every group in white-ball cricket, regardless of whether it's Twenty20 or fifty-over, we've beaten sides in their nook which was my undertaking and the group's undertaking since you were in every case large domineering jerks at home yet when you needed to go external you didn't have the merchandise. However, this group has shown they have more."
Shastri will be supplanted by Rahul Dravid, who he trusted will "just increase current standards" considerably further.
"Since there's still a great deal of players here who will play for another three-four years which is significant," he said. "It's anything but a group experiencing significant change for the time being and that will have the greatest effect. Virat's still there. He's worked really hard as head of the side. Indeed he has been one of the greatest and best representatives in Test match cricket throughout the most recent five years and a ton of credit goes to him for the manner in which he's pondered how we need to play the game and how the group's mobilized around him."
India had come into the T20 World Cup as one of the top picks however they couldn't perform to likely on account of a progression of variables, among which was player weakness.
"I'm intellectually depleted yet I anticipate that at my age," Shastri said. "These folks are actually and intellectually depleted. A half year in an air pocket. What we would have unmistakably loved was a greater hole between the IPL and the World Cup. So it's the point at which the defining moments come, when the strain hits you, you are not so turned on as you ought to be. That is not a reason. We'll take rout since we are not frightened of losing. Since in attempting to win, you will lose a game. Here we didn't attempt to win since that X-factor was absent."