Rahul Dravid, the former legendary Indian cricketer, is one of the most respected players all over the world and his contribution towards the Indian cricket is immense. Even after getting retired, he kept on working for the development of the Indian cricket and the under-19 team of India won the World Cup under his coaching. Presently, he is serving as the director of National Cricket Academy, Bengaluru.
Recently, Dravid talked about the reasons responsible for the failure of IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) and he also compared it with one of the most successful teams of the league, Chennai Super Kings (CSK). This analysis given by Rahul Dravid is published in a book titled as ‘Cricket 2.0 – Inside the T20 revolution’ which has been authored by Freddie Wilde and Tim Wigmore.
One big difference between CSK and the other teams is that its owner India Cements was already in the business of managing cricket teams so despite the fact that CSK was a high profile team, India Cements was better prepared than any other team of the tournament.