Sunday, July 5, 2020

Rahul Dravid considered the greatest Indian Test batsman by Wisden poll

Wisden India conducted a poll to know India’s greatest Test batsmen to which audience responded by voting in favor of Rahul Dravid, the wall of Indian cricket.

Wisden pitted the 16 best Indian batsmen initially, and that list was slowly reduced to 4 with other players being eliminated in the initial rounds. Fighting the Heavy competition with his mates Sachin, Gavaskar, and Kohli, Dravid managed to dig it out and win with a comfortable lead. He has won 52% of the total votes to win the contest.


Despite trailing by 42% of the votes by Tuesday morning, similar to his batting style, he stayed, he fought back and conquered the poll by winning 52% of the total votes where over 11,400 fans took part in the poll held.

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Former Captain and the wall of Indian cricket competed with the little master Sunny, cricket God Sachin, and his successor at No. 4 Kohli in the final to leave a winning stamp over the poll.

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