Rana, Sakaria want to learn lessons of patience, determination from Dravid

New Delhi. Batsman Nitish Rana and pacer Chetan Sakariya, who are preparing to open India’s innings in the limited overs series to be held in Sri Lanka, say that they are working with coach and former captain Rahul Dravid. Want to learn lessons from patience and determination. Rana, who represented Delhi in domestic competition and Kolkata Knight Riders in the Indian Premier League, said, “I have heard that as a coach, Rahul Dravid is like a player. I wish I could gain even a percentage of the patience he had – that would be a great achievement for me.

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I want to learn from Dravid how to be the wall of Team India
Left-arm pacer Sakariya, for whom the past few months have been like a dream, said he wants to take determination from Dravid. Sakariya said, I want to know how he achieved so much with determination. I want to learn and understand this process. Which goes behind that mindset and makes him a great player and a wallop. The left-handed batsman has bowled some decent spells in domestic competitions, including in the IPL. He was once a net bowler for Royal Challengers and was bought by Rajasthan Royals for Rs 1.2 crore for this season.

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Net bowler became the life of Rajasthan Royals
Chetan Sakaria was once a net bowler for Royal Challengers Bangalore. But he has impressed the owners of the IPL franchise with his performance so much that he was bought by Rajasthan Royals in IPL 2021 for Rs 1.2 crore. Soon he became the man bowler of Rajasthan Royals in bowling. However, reaching this point was not so easy for Sakaria. First his brother died and then Corona took away the shadow of his father from his head. But Sakariya is coming out brightly fighting every situation.

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