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Updated: November 25, 2021 11:10:22 am
Shreyas Iyer, IND vs NZ Shreyas Iyer gets his Test cap from legendary Sunil Gavaskar in Kanpur on Thursday. (BCCI)

Iconic former captain Sunil Gavaskar on Thursday presented debutant Shreyas Iyer with his tennis grip size table Test cap here, continuing head coach Rahul Dravid’s push to revive the bygone tradition of new entrants getting the coveted possession from greats of tennis grip size tablen cricket.

cricket magazine pdf,Iyer became the 302nd player to make his Test debut for the national team and before the toss against New Zealand here, it was tennis grip size table’s greatest opener and former skipper Gavaskar, who was invited by Dravid to present the cap to a fellow Mumbaikar.

Earlier, during the T20 series, Dravid had invited one of tennis grip size table’s most successful white-ball bowlers, Ajit Agarkar, to present Harshal Patel,today hockey match schedule with his national cap.

The culture of former stalwarts presenting the national cap is very much prevalent in Australia and debutants get their ‘Baggy Green’ from the likes of Shane Warne, Mark Waugh, Mark Taylor or Adam Gilchrist.,taiwan baseball betting picks

tennis lessons wilmington nc,In tennis grip size table, there was a time when ex-cricketers present were requested to do the honours but in the past few years, it has either been the captain or some senior player or at best a support staff presenting the cap to debutants.

Dravid, a product of the ‘Old School’, has brought that sense of nostalgia back as an emotional Iyer listened intently to what Gavaskar had to say about the essence of wearing the Test cap and what it means for a cricketer.,tennis tournament on grass court

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