Ravi Shastri reveals whether he will take up coaching in future
By SMCS - Sep 17, 2022 12:18 pm
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Former India coach Ravi Shastri has said that his time in coaching has come to an end and he also revealed that he will watch the game and enjoy it from the outside. Shastri oversaw a stunning period in Indian cricket as he made the team strong enough to compete for top honours and be a challenging unit in the Test format as well.

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Bhuvneshwar Kumar bowled a brilliant spell

India won consecutive Test series in Australia during his time as the coach and he also claimed series wins all over the globe. The team also reached the final of the inaugural Test Championship as well. The former India all-rounder, however, stepped down from the post of India head coach after the team’s early exit from last year’s T20 World Cup.

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Shastri, who is now serving as the commissioner of the Legends League Cricket, was also asked in an exclusive session with Sports Today if he would be interested as a coach with the teams in the league. The former India coach quickly shared his decision and said that his time with coaching is over now as well. He went on to say that he enjoyed the seven years as coach of the Indian team head coach as well.

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India vs Sri Lanka

Ravi Shastri went on to say that he will be working at the grassroots level of the game and will provide coaching in that aspect. Apart from that, the former Indian coach said that he will be watching the game from the outside like a spectator and enjoying it.

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“Mera coaching ka hisaab khatham ho gaya (My time with coaching has come to an end). Saath saal jitna karna tha, mein kar liya (For seven years, I have done enough). If I’m doing some coaching, it will be at the grassroots level, for which I have a company that is doing it. I will participate in that. Otherwise, my time as a coach has come to an end. Now I will view the game from far away and enjoy it,” said Ravi Shastri.