Cricket News sort by Rahul Sharad Dravid

When Rahul Dravid said ‘We are back like creaking terminators’ about himself, Sachin Tendulkar and VVS Laxman at the Sir Don Bradman Oration last month, one hardly had any hint how true that statement will turn out to be.

After a hard fought Boxing Day Test at Melbourne, Australia and India now meet again tomorrow at the Sydney Cricket Ground which will be hosting its centenary Test.

India's Mr.Dependapble Rahul Dravid is the highest run scorer in Test Matches in the Calender Year 2011 with 1145 runs in 12 Tests. Dravid had a great run with 5 centuries and 4 half centuries with an average of 57.25.

Let’s talks about all the 11 players’ performance of Team India in the Melbourne Test on an individual basis and see what they have done and how they can do better...

India is historically known to start an overseas Test Series in countries like Australia, England, South Africa, New Zealand and others in a poor fashion. The players usually take their time to get into their own, to get used to the weather conditions...

India finished the second day's play at an impressive 214 for 3 in 65 overs of the Melbourne Test. The visitors are trailing behind Australia by another 119 runs.

Indian batsman Rahul Dravid was named captain of the Indian Premier League team Rajasthan Royals, filling up a post left vacant by retired Australian spin legend Shane Warne earlier this year.

Rahul Dravid became the second player – after Sachin Tendulkar – to reach the extraordinary milestone of 13,000 runs in Test cricket