Everyone needs a break, Ashwin defends Dravid’s absence on New Zealand tour

New Delhi. Veteran India off-spinner R Ashwin has defended head coach Rahul Dravid’s absence from the tour of New Zealand, saying the support staff also needed a break after working so hard in preparation for the T20 World Cup. A few days ago, Ravi Shastri, who was the head coach of the Indian team before Dravid, raised the question why the Indian coach needs a break when he gets a break of two-three months during the Indian Premier League (IPL). Ashwin said that even the coaching staff gets tired physically and mentally.

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Former Indian batsman and head of the National Cricket Academy (NCA) VVS Laxman has been given the responsibility of coaching the Indian team in Dravid’s absence. Ashwin said on his ‘You Tube’ channel, “I would say that Laxman has gone there with a completely different team because that too can be interpreted differently.” Rahul Dravid and his team have done an extensive amount of planning ahead of the T20 World Cup. I have seen them closely so I am saying this. ,

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“He had a specific plan for each venue and each opponent. So they must be tired not only mentally but physically and everyone needs a break. Ashwin said, “As soon as the New Zealand series is over, we have to tour Bangladesh. That’s why there is a separate coaching staff led by Laxman for this tour. Shastri had said, “I don’t believe in brakes. I want to understand my team and players. To be honest, why do you need so many breaks. You have two-three months in the IPL for a break, as a coach you have enough time to rest.

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