Virat Kohli
During the press conference on Saturday, Rahul Dravid answered questions about Virat Kohli.

Rahul Dravid, the head coach of the Indian cricket team, was responding to questions concerning Test skipper Virat Kohli.

Test captain Virat Kohli is expected to have a “fantastic series” in South Africa, according to Indian cricket team coach Rahul Dravid. Dravid hailed Kohli as a “great” batsman and captain before the opening Test match of the three-match series. “We want to keep getting better as a team when it comes to testing. In that regard, Virat (Kohli) has been instrumental. He’s done an excellent job as both a player and a leader. He’s a cricket fanatic, and I hope he has a successful series. That will be good for the team, in my opinion “On Saturday, Dravid spoke to the media.

Kohli’s fiery news conference refuting BCCI president Sourav Ganguly’s claim regarding the discussion between the two parties over the change in white-ball captaincy came barely weeks before Dravid’s views on the matter.

After stepping down as India’s T20I captain, Kohli was quickly replaced as the team’s ODI captain by Rohit Sharma.

Both the BCCI and Kohli declined to say whether Dravid had any discussions with them over the captaincy transition.

“The selectors are in charge of that. I’m not going to delve into the details of specific talks. To do so now would be a waste of time and effort. I’m not going to divulge any conversations I’ve had with the media, no matter how interesting they may be “Dravid tacked on to the conversation.

On the Centurion Test starting line-up, Dravid remarked, “I don’t know.” “We’re all on the same page when it comes to the team’s makeup for the upcoming match. As it now stands, that’s all I’d like it to be. As a result, we’re clear, but we don’t want to alert our opponents to the fact “Dravid went on to elaborate.

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