One of India’s most successful coaches Ravi Shastri returned back to being a commentator after the end of his coaching tenure. Ravi Shastri took charge of the coaching duties in 2017 after the then captain, Virat Kohli, wasn’t happy with Anil Kumble. Under his mentorship, Team India gained no 1 position in Tests, became semi-finalists in the 2019 ODI World Cup, runner-up of the World Test Championship and many bilateral series. Unfortunately, the infamous Kohli Shastri duo could not bring any trophies to the country. Discover more best sports betting sites in India that are top-rated in the market and it has an amazing live betting platform. Have fun at home!

The former coach recently gave an interview to Sports Today and mentioned that he won’t be back to coaching. “Mera coaching ka hisaab khatham ho gaya (My time with coaching has come to an end). Saat saal jitna karna tha, mein kar liya (For seven years, I have done enough). If I’m doing some coaching, it will be at the grassroots level, for which I have a company that is doing it. I will participate in that. Otherwise, my time as a coach has come to an end. Now I will view the game from far away and enjoy it,” said Shastri.

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Ravi Shastri’s last assignment with the team was the T20 World Cup in UAE. The tournament saw the early exit of India after losing 2 crucial games to Pakistan and New Zealand. After the end of his tenure, the ex-coach was on a break away from cricket. He made his comeback to the commentary box through IPL 2022. He was also on the commentary panel in the current Asia Cup that was won by Sri Lanka.

The 60-year-old played for nearly a decade for India from 1981 to 1992. In 1983, when India won the world cup, he was part of the team. He also played county cricket for Glamorgan. Ravi Shastri was a part of 80 test games for India wherein he scored 3830 runs and took 151 wickets. Meanwhile, in one-day internationals, he has 129 wickets and 3108 runs. Stay tuned for our 100% FREE betting tips and match guides from our professional betting tipsters.

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