The ODI World Cup 2023 starts on October 5th. This time everyone has a great chance to win the Team India Cup and the main reason for that is the advantage they have by playing in home conditions. At the same time, it is almost certain that there will be many big changes in the coaching staff of the Indian team after the end of this mega event. The two-year tenure of the current Indian team coach, Rahul Dravid, comes to an end after the World Cup. In such a situation, according to the report, he does not want to extend his contract afterwards.
If the Indian team manages to win the ODI World Cup 2023, in this case the BCCI may well consider a contract extension. After winning the 2011 World Cup, the Indian team failed to advance beyond the semifinals at the 2015 and 2019 World Cups.
BCCI also plans to use different coaches in different formats after the World Cup. In such a situation, Rahul Dravid can be given the role of coach in Red Ball format. After the World Cup, there will be two major test series in India. This involves one team playing against England on the South Africa tour while the other plays on home soil. There are currently two different coaches of the England team.
Regarding the change in coaching staff after the World Cup, a BCCI official said in a statement to PTI that even if India wins the World Cup, Dravid does not want to renew the contract as he would like to end his tenure at that point. It’s better to finish it. At the same time, I think that after the World Cup, the board should think about the plans of different coaches for different formats.
Rahul Dravid was appointed as head coach of the Indian team after the end of Ravi Shastri’s tenure. However, Team India failed to win a major title in the two years that Dravid was coach.