Friday, 18 March 2016

Rahul Dravid - cricket legends

Rahul Dravid 



Rahul Sharad Dravid (conceived January 11, 1973, Indore, Madhya Pradesh, India) is a previous Indian cricketer and commander, generally viewed as one of the best batsmen ever. He is generally recognized as one of the finest and most regarded represetatives of the amusement. Dravid made his global introduction on April 1996 against Sri Lanka. He was regularly alluded to as "The Wall" by the media and fans because of his long and relentless innings at the wrinkle.

Most noteworthy Sporting Achievements 

Rahul Dravid holds the longest dash of back to back Tests since introduction (94), biggest number of innings since presentation before being released for a duck, best profession test normal among the contemporary batsmen (58.55), included in the most noteworthy organization (331 keeps running) ever Day International cricket with Sachin Tendulkar versus New Zealand. In 2004, he was named ICC Player of the year.

He was named one of the best five cricketers of the year by the Wisden Cricketers Almanac in 2000. In 2012, he is the fourth-most elevated run scorer in Test cricket and the second Indian cricketer to score 10,000 keeps running in Tests and ODIs. He was respected a Bradman Award in 2012 and was given the "Padma Bhushan" recompense, India's third most elevated non military personnel honor.

Why Was He So Good? 

Dravid was dependably the go-to man at whatever point there's an emergency circumstance like the employments other colleagues would not like to do. He was his nation's peaceful deliverer in the changing area and most particularly the rescuer out in the center; he was the bond that held his group while the energy players communicated. He was an adaptable cooperative person. Rahul Dravid is respected one of the last traditional Test match batsmen on the grounds that he was outfitted with a conventional system penetrated into him by Keki Tarapore.