Coach Rahul Dravid said – Virat-Rohit and Rahul are not out of T20 plan, also spoke on different captains

Rahul Dravid On Rohit Sharma & Virat Kohli: Before the Indore ODI, Indian cricket team head coach Rahul Dravid spoke to the media. During this, apart from the future of senior players like Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, he spoke on different captains in different formats. He said that apart from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, KL Rahul is not out of our T20 plan. In fact, there were speculations that apart from Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli, KL Rahul might not be a part of the Indian T20 team.

‘Injury and workload are two different things’

Indian cricket team head coach Rahul Dravid said that the players who are involved in the planning of the ODI World Cup can play in the IPL if they are not injured. He said that workload management is very important in the current era, we review everything, seeing this, we rested some players like Rohit, Virat and Rahul in the T20 series. Injury and workload are two different things. Also, its management is also different. Team India’s coach said that the National Cricket Academy (NCA) and the medical team will be in touch with the franchise during the IPL. If any case of injury comes to light or becomes a possibility, then I think BCCI has the right to withdraw that player from the tournament.

What did the coach say about different captains in different formats?

Rahul Dravid said on the question of different captains in different formats that there is no such thing. Since the T20 World Cup, Hardik Pandya has captained Rohit in this format. He said that he is a strong contender for the captaincy of the T20 World Cup to be held next year. On different captains in all three formats, Rahul Dravid said that ‘I have no information about this, at the moment I do not feel anything like this.

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