With the T20 World Cup, Rahul Dravid’s coaching career comes to an end.

Rahul Dravid’s second stint with the Indian team will end next month with the conclusion of the dafabet World Cup. After India’s loss to Australia in the home ODI World Cup final the previous year, Rahul Dravid made the decision to stay on for the six-month USA-West Indies T20 World Cup. Now that the BCCI is beginning to hunt for a head coach with a longer term, it appears he won’t be reapplying.

“We’ll be releasing an application call in the coming days. The last few days of Rahul Dravid’s administration are almost here. The player is free to reapply, according to BCCI secretary Jay Shah, who made this announcement on Thursday to a select gathering of media. “We are seeking a long-term, three-year coach.”

Following the Twenty20 World Cup, independent coaching

India will take part in the domestic 2026 T20 World Cup, the Champions Trophy 2025, and the 2027 ODI World Cup during the next three years. There will also be a World Test Rummy Modern final in June 2025–2027, assuming India advances.

Given the amount of effort required, which includes bilateral matches before to the international games, the  appears to be sympathetic to the notion of split coaching. For the record, Shah did not appear very enthusiastic about the proposal.

Indian cricket has never used many forms taught by several coaches. There are additional athletes that participate in all forms on our list. The Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) will ultimately make the choice. “I have to do as they say,” he said.

As seen by BCCI’s recent head coach scouting efforts, reputable coaches are no longer willing to commit ten months of the year to a national team, even if it means taking on the lucrative responsibility of managing team India.

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