Team India was once laggy in fast bowling, today seeing the army of pacers, Rahul Dravid’s heart is in the garden.


New Delhi: Indian cricket team head coach Rahul Dravid and former fast bowler Irfan Pathan feel that this is a great time for Indian cricket, as the number of young fast bowlers is increasing. And it is expected that one of them can play in the T20 World Cup later this year.

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Notable fast bowlers to emerge after the conclusion of IPL 2022 include Umran Malik, who bowled at 157 kmph for Sunrisers Hyderabad, while Arshdeep Singh, Pranbhav Krishna and Kuldeep Sen also performed brilliantly. Talking about his coaching stint with the Indian team so far, Dravid said, “It has to be said that this coaching has been very exciting and good.”

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Dravid told Star Sports, “It has been exciting and challenging as well. There’s probably been about six captains in the last eight months that I’ve had to work with, that wasn’t really planned when I first started, but it was forced to do so because of the coronavirus, which has led to the team’s failure. There are some changes in the management of the workload and also in the captaincy. Dravid credited the IPL for improving many young bowlers to play for the Indian team in the years to come.

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Dravid said, “It was incredible to see the fast bowling talent we have (during the IPL), especially some bowlers have bowled fast. A lot of young people got a chance to show their skills, and many of them came out well. Those are really good signs for Indian cricket in the times to come. Former India pacer Pathan backed Malik for his place in the ICC T20 World Cup squad.