Rahul Dravid will again be the coach of Team India: Responsibility will be given during New Zealand series, BCCI official confirmed

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After the T20 World Cup, the New Zealand team is going to play India. Rahul Dravid will be the coach of the team for this series. Rahul Dravid has previously been the coach of the Indian team during the Sri Lanka tour. After the World Cup, Ravi Shastri will step down as the coach of Team India.

BCCI top official confirmed
InsideSport has given this information in its report. A top BCCI official has spoken to him. “Yes, Rahul has been approached for the role at least for the New Zealand series. Until we confirm the coach for the South Africa series.

CAC will continue to look for new coach
The official further said that Rahul will be the coach for the series and during this time the CAC will look for a new coach. Rahul is not completely ready to be the team. He will not be able to work far away from his family. Rahul is yet to confirm the role. But we hope he will soon.

If the recruitment process is not completed by the South Africa series, we will request him to continue as coach for some more time. The NCA staff will be with him to assist during the New Zealand series.

Ravi Shastri is the coach of Team India since 2017

Shastri was accompanied by bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R. Sridhar’s tenure is coming to an end. Ravi Shastri is the coach of Team India since 2017. His contract was extended in 2019, which expires after the T20 World Cup.

Between Ravi Shastri and Virat, Team India has performed brilliantly on foreign soil in Tests. On the tour of Australia, the team won the series by defeating Australia. At the same time, England were ahead 2-1 in the five-Test series on the tour. The team also reached the finals of the World Test Championship held for the first time. However, the team had to face defeat from New Zealand.

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