- India, as a nation, is at the cusp of something special: Dravid
Interview — Rahul Dravid takes to a different pitch in an exclusive chat with The Telegraph
- The big picture man
The obvious fact is that Rahul Dravid has been India’s greatest batsman, and greatest Test cricketer, for a long time now, probably since 2004.
- In the great man's shade
Rahul Dravid had a way of putting you at ease or making your life miserable — depending on which side you were on
- 'Deep down I knew the time was right to retire'
The run machine from Bangalore retires as the second-highest Test scorer.
- 'Dravid one of finest cricketers India has produced'
Not only has he been a great player, he has been a great role model. The kind of person who cannot be matched, BCCI President N Srinivasan said.
- The character artists
Dravid and Pran will be heroes, the nice guys who came first, to those who fancy old-fashioned ideas like committing till the end.
- I leave with sadness but also with pride: Dravid
The full text of Rahul Dravid's retirement speech at Bangalore's Chinnaswamy Stadium.
- Understanding Dravid: the cricketer & the man
A collection of interesting snippets about the cricketing great — and the feelings he evokes in cricket writers.
- Who are the worthy replacements?
Dravid's gone. Laxman and Sachin will too, soon. Is there anyone who could step into their big boots?
- 'Cricket is in his blood and in his heart'
Australian all-rounder Shane Watson has described India's retiring batting great Rahul Dravid as the "the nicest guy" in cricket.