Vikram Rathour is re-applying for the role of coach for hitting India

Vikram Rathour, the current Indian punching coach, has revealed that he has re-applied for the role. The former Indian and Punjabi wicketkeeper-battery was originally named to the post in 2019, for a period of two years, starting with the domestic series against South Africa in September and ending the ongoing T20 World Cup in the UAE.

“The experience was great,” Rathour said ahead of India’s group stage against Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi. “It was a great learning experience. It’s great to work with a team of such highly motivated and skilled players. So it was a good experience. In the future, I’ve already applied for a job as a kicking coach. If I get that job, there will be a lot of work for We will accept it as it goes. “

The Indian coaching team should undergo an overhaul after the T20 World Cup. Current head coach Ravi Shastri, 59, cannot re-apply for his position when his term expires, due to age restrictions. Rahul Dravid is leader take responsibility for the Indian side, having already officially applied for the job.

B Arun and R Sridhar, current coaches for bowling and playing on the field, are also likely to go along with Shastri after the World Cup. According to the PTI, former Indian sailor Paras Mhambrey and former wickekeeper-batter player Ajay Ratra have applied for Indian bowling and field coaching positions. Abhay Sharma, who worked with Dravid at NCA (National Cricket Academy) in Bengaluru and India A, also applied for the role of field coach.

India should also have a new T20 captain after the World Cup, and Virat Kohli has decided depart from the role after the tournament. Although BCCI has yet to announce its successor, Rohit Sharma is the favorite to take over from Kohli.

When Kohli was asked about the reorganization of coaches ahead of the tournament, he downplayed it and said India’s main focus is winning the World Cup.

“Our ultimate goal is to win the World Cup,” Kohli said. “Honestly, I still have no idea what exactly is going on in that area. We haven’t had more detailed conversations with anyone, but winning the World Cup is definitely our goal like any other team. But I think what we’ve been able to create in the last five years. six years is out of the title and tournament to be honest.We have managed to create a culture that I think will last a long time in which people want to be the best they can be when they join the Indian cricket team, the most capable they can be, and that culture we led with the greatest passion and the greatest sincerity, which we hope will be so in the years to come.

“But, yes, winning the ICC tournament will definitely be a wonderful moment for all of us, for him [Shastri] as a coach and me as a captain. It will be an amazing achievement and something we are absolutely motivated for and we will give everything we have. “


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