A video of Rahul Dravid talking about his fielding ad the pride he took in fielding at slips.
Dravid who retired from Test cricket on Friday, said last year has been disappointing in terms of fielding as he takes a lot of pride in his catching.
A world record holder for most number of catches in Test cricket, Dravid said it hurt a lot as a fielder to drop catches.
As a batsman, Dravid said it would be hard for him to single out an inning as his favourite. Dravid who has played many match-winning innings in Test cricket felt it would be difficult for a father to choose a favourite son.
Earlier announcing his retirement, Dravid thanked his team-mates, family and friends for the support he received throughput his career.
“No dream is ever chased alone. As I look back, as one does at such a time, I have many people to thank for supporting me, teaching me and believing in me,” he said.