Vikram Rathour reapplies for role of India batting coach

Officeholder batting mentor Vikram Rathour has uncovered that he has reapplied to serve in the job past the continuous T20 World Cup. The previous India cricketer had supplanted Sanjay Bangar in 2019 in front of the home season which started with the series against South Africa.

“The experience has been extraordinary,” Rathour said in front of the Group 12 conflict against Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi. “It has been an extraordinary learning experience. It’s extraordinary to work with a group of such exceptionally energetic and skilful players.

“In this way, it has been a decent encounter. Going ahead, I’ve as of now went after the batting mentor’s position. If I land that position, there’ll be a great deal of work to be finished. We will accept it as it goes.”

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Rathour was the main new participant to the training staff in 2019 with bowling trainer Bharat Arun, handling mentor R. Sridhar repeating their jobs under Ravi Shastri. The instructing bunch however is set for a redesign post this T20 World Cup with Shastri, Arun and Sridhar put to step away.

Previous India skipper, Rahul Dravid, has applied as of now for the lead trainer’s job and is the leader to get back to pack the job.

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