Legend dravid , who made Indian cricket world proud as india had produced a great legendary cricketer in d world than any player… his cricket action is a BOOK…my world cricketers like inzamam n aktar had accepted dat…but our indian selecters had done done a big mistake by avoiding him in his last days of his career..if he had played in these days in ODI, he would have completed his 100th 50 before an year even before sachin….our legend should be respected in his last days f his career..v r sure dat without him , thr s no 2011WC for us coz our our young chickens ll not b expected to play well in all matches even raina n yuvi as they gave a good lesson to doni at present…if WALL arives, v r 2011 WC winners…our selectors should think f it… I wanna share these below great things too…Sir Leonard Hutton and Barry Richards were two, who having watching them in an era of uncovered pitches, showed off their skills, balance, technique and endurance that set them apart from even those with more flamboyant styles and reputations, with averages nudging the mid-40s. Okay, Richards didn’t have a long Test career, but perfection and quality as well as technique was so impressive.
John Wright, with typical dry Kiwi humour, when challenged, wrote a list on a beer coaster in bar one evening in Durban, South Africa when asked the question to name the top five batsmen with whom he would have liked to have batted. There was only one name on the list, written five times – it was Rahul Dravid. Sure, he explained, he had immense respect for Sachin Tendulkar and Vangipurappu Laxman, Michael Vaughan and Steve Waugh, among others, but The Wall had a special place. It is like having a special niche. It is all about dependability. Dravid was d best f all times should be respected in his last days of his character…selectors should pay 4 it…
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