Around 20 plus questions have been answered by Rahul Dravid so far © PTI
Around 20 plus questions have been answered by Rahul Dravid so far © PTI

Former Indian skipper and reliable middle-order batsman, commomnly known as ‘The Wall’, Rahul Dravid on Tuesday launched a short campaign on Twitter known as the #AskDravid, where he answered questions asked to him by public through BCCI‘s official Twitter handle. Questions flodded on the Twitter media as he not just general public, but also few of the famous cricketers too asked him questions to which he clamly answered. The famous cricketers included Virender Sehwag, Ajinkya Rahane, Ravichandran Ashwin and commentator Harsha Bhogle. Around 20 plus questions have been answered by Dravid so far, that also include few of the most interesting questions. Rahul Dravid: India U-19 World Cup team close to being identified

Earlier, India Under-19 coach and batting legend Dravid on Sunday said he was close to identifying the team for the upcoming World Cup in Bangladesh next year. Earlier in the day, India U-19’s put on an impressive performance here to beat Bangladesh by seven wickets in a tri-series final and remained unbeaten throughout the tournament which also featured Afghanistan. “This was a good tournament as we start preparing for the World Cup in January. Some of the boys have put in strong performances and we are close to identifying the core team for the World Cup,” Dravid told IANS. Rahul Dravid critical of Ranji Trophy 2015-16 pitches

Also, Dravid was very critical of the pitches being prepared in the ongoing Ranji Trophy, where “getting six to seven wickets by bowling darts” has become the order of the day and said that it will prove to be detrimental towards producing “good cricketers”. Dravid made no bones about the fact that such pitches like these are “waste of time, energy and money.”, reported PTI.































In awe of India under-19 cricket coach Dravid, rising batsman Sarfaraz Khan on Monday said he still cannot believe that the former captain is mentoring him.

(With inputs from PTI and IANS)