Rahul Dravid Retirement

  • Rahul Dravid quits competitive cricket: timeline of a legendary career October 6, 2013

    After retiring from all forms of international cricket in 2012, Rahul Dravid announced earlier this year that the 2013 Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) will be his last tournament as a professional cricketer. And on this day, October 6, 2013, when Dravid makes his final appearance as a player, we look...
  • 'Playing for India was his dream' March 10, 2012

    Bangalore: "Well done my son," is how a proud father Sharad Dravid reacted when asked about legendary batsman Rahul Dravid's career on his retirement from international and domestic first class cricket on Friday. "Rahul had passion for cricket from childhood. He wanted to play for the country. Am proud he fulfilled...
  • The great Wall of India retires March 9, 2012

    CNNIBN's panel of experts pay rich tributes to Rahul Dravid who brought his glittering career to a close on Friday. ...
  • Cricket fraternity in awe of Rahul Dravid March 9, 2012

    Dravid's teammates in his 16year career heaped praise after the batting technician announced his retirement. ...
  • 'Dravid should have retired after Eng tour' March 9, 2012

    New Delhi: Former India captain Sourav Ganguly feels that Rahul Dravid should have retired after his brilliant Test series in England and said that Friday's decision did not come as a surprise. "I believe Rahul should have retired after the England series and not waited for the Australian tour. In...
  • 10 Dravidisms India should remember March 9, 2012

    As one of the finest gentlemen of the gentleman's game calls it a day, presenting a few of Rahul Dravid's quotes that define Dravid, the person and the cricketer. On the game: The joy of bonding together and striving to achieve a goal is what made cricket special for me....
  • Dravid is the nicest guy in cricket: Watson March 9, 2012

    Melbourne: Standin Australian captain Shane Watson has paid glowing tributes to Rahul Dravid, describing the retiring Indian batting stalwart as a "phenomenal man" and the "nicest guy" he has ever met in cricket. Dravid, the second most prolific batsman in Test history, is expected to draw curtains to his 15yearold marathon...