The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has yet to begin conversations about the future of Rahul Dravid’s support staff. Their tenure may have ended if India lost the Wankhede semifinal on Wednesday. It is currently scheduled to end on November 19.
Rahul Dravid and his support staff were under contract until the World Cup, and the BCCI had different ideas about moving forward with the coaching team. Initially, Dravid’s BCCI superiors had misgivings about his coaching technique, but the Indian team’s recent performances may have changed those impressions.
With India performing admirably in the World Cup and exhibiting imperious domination throughout the tournament, a contract renewal or extension is likely. The crucial question, however, is whether Dravid himself wishes to continue, reports Live Cricket Score.
When he took over in 2021, he was a reluctant coach. Some close to him have hinted that he might step down voluntarily after the World Cup, regardless of the team’s performance. Dravid’s current stance on a possible extension is uncertain. There has not been any debate about Dravid’s future in the previous month. He has concentrated on the task at hand.
Whether or not Dravid decides to stay, members of his support staff, including batting coach Vikram Rathour, bowling coach Paras Mhambrey, and fielding coach T Dilip, are expected to be offered extensions. Details are likely to be released shortly.