Rahul Dravid probably to declare retirement shortly

January 28, 2012 02:13
Rahul Dravid probably to declare retirement shortly

The bright international career of Rahul Dravid may have reach to an deadline, In a little while he is probably to declare his retirement.

As Rahul Dravid considered that he is one of the game’s excellent batsmen, have told to few members of his teammates subsequently with another defeat opposite to Australia in the final test which took place on January 27, Dravid concluded to rest his boots. As he could not be achieved for his comments.

Dravid, like most other Indian batsmen, has had a poor run in the current four-Test series which will conclude tomorrow with India likely to suffer another defeat to give Australia a clean sweep. He made 194 runs at an average of 24.25 in this series.

Dravid has already announced his retirement from one-day cricket and Twenty20.

The elegant right hander, nicknamed ‘The Wall’ for his dour defence, is the second highest run getter in Test history with 13,288 runs, behind only Sachin Tendulkar who has 15,470 runs. He has 36 Test centuries with a highest score of 270 and an average of 52.31.

Dravid has also taken more catches (210) than anyone else in Test history during his 164 Test matches since he made his debut against England at Lord’s in 1996. He captained India from December 2005 to August 2007.

Well in the latest series theres a question mark across one more Indian batsmen V V S Laxman who too had a depressed run opposite to Australia.Still theres no words concerning to his future plans.

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