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10 Best Tweets On The Wall Of World Cricket Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid is nicknamed as The Wall of Indian cricket because of his solid defensive technique in the batting department. The former Indian cricket team captain frustrated many bowlers with his defensive strokes. The fact that he holds the record for the most balls faced by a single batsman in Test cricket history shows how much he tormented the bowlers with his batting skills.

He was not only a defensive player, but Dravid was a man with mental toughness. The likes of Shoaib Akhtar tried to break his concentration by sledging him. However, he never lost his focus and always backed himself to perform well. Rahul was one of the most successful batsmen to have played for the Indian cricket team.

14 Mar 2001: Rahul Dravid of India reaches 100, during day four of the 2nd Test between India and Australia played at Eden Gardens, Calcutta, India. X DIGITAL IMAGE Mandatory Credit: Hamish Blair/ALLSPORT

Talking about his numbers in international cricket, he aggregated over 13,000 runs in the 164 Tests he played for the Indian cricket team. In ODI cricket, he amassed 10,889 runs at an average of 39.16. He played only a solitary T20I game for India in the ending phase of his career. Playing against England, Dravid shocked everyone by slamming three consecutive sixes off Samit Patel’s bowling. He ended his T20I career with no fours and three sixes.

After hanging up his boots, Dravid worked as the coach of a few IPL teams. He even coached the India U-19 and India A teams for three years. Last year, BCCI appointed him as the Director of Cricket Operations at National Cricket Academy. He has been working to develop the young talent for the Indian cricket team now.

Since he has been such an influential figure in cricket history, his fans could never stop appreciating him. In this article, we will have a look at the ten all-time best tweets on Rahul Dravid.

A joke on Rahul Dravid

Younis Khan on Rahul Dravid

Sachin Tendulkar on Rahul Dravid

Harsha Bhogle on his last innings

Chris Gayle on Rahul Dravid

Steve Waugh on Rahul Dravid

Ian Chappell and Matthew Hayden on Rahul Dravid

Time and Tide 

Brett Lee on Rahul Dravid 

Virender Sehwag on Rahul Dravid

 

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