India A coach Rahul Dravid says he also learns from his wards

BENGALURU

Much like he wielded the bat, there is solidity in Rahul Dravid’s reasoning and speech. As an international cricketer, he may have walked into the sunset some three-and-half years ago, but he continues to contribute to the sport in his role as the `young’ coach of India A.

Ask him about the role he accepted in June this year and the challenges that come with it, and the former India skipper is quick to point out that he is inexperienced as a coach and that learning is a two-way process with the team.

As India A begin their three-match one-day series against Bangladesh A on Wednesday , the 42-year-old held forth on his team and its aspirations.

 

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