IND vs SA: Rahul Dravid was seen giving batting advice to Virat Kohli in practice session, BCCI shared the video

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Indian team has first full training session Dravid gives Kohli hitting advice

Centurion. Team India has started to sweat from the Test match against South Africa at Centurion starting on December 26th. India has to play three Trials and one ODI series of the same number of matches on this South African tour. Before the test series, the Indian team will not have the opportunity to play the practice match, so the players will try to adapt to the conditions through the practice session only. The video of the training session of the Indian team has been shared by BCCI on its official Twitter account.

Coach Dravid, Captain Kohli and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin were seen on the field in this video by the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI).

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It was a full training session for the team where they jogged and stretched before hitting the field. During this, Dravid saw the coach giving Kohli hitting advice. On the other hand, fast pitcher Jasprit Bumrah is ready to play test cricket after resting for the two-Test series against New Zealand. Mohammed Shami, Ashwin and veteran pacemaker Ishant Sharma also launched the nets.

In posting the video, the Indian Cricket Board tweeted: “Indian team ready for test match.”

On Saturday, the BCCI had posted a video of players doing easy workouts, which included a game of standing volley.

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India’s strength and conditioning coach Soham Desai had emphasized that the tough practice of the match after the three-day quarantine by the players in Mumbai could have turned out to be risky, which is why the team started the match. easy practice on Friday night.

Desai also said that after the Indian team’s 10-hour trip to Johannesburg and the quarantine in South Africa, the players were given easy exercises to focus on their fitness. Also previously in Mumbai, he was quarantined for three days after the end of the match.

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