He is not disappointed over a private conversation between two people that took place over seven years ago, says Rahul Dravid.
Good for him! I have many reasons to respect Dravid — the cricketer and perhaps more importantly, the man — and this refusal to be part of a circus shilling a book is just the latest.
The bit Dravid has no reaction to is this:
"Just months before the World Cup, Chappell had come to see me at home and, to my dismay, suggested that I should take over the captaincy from Rahul Dravid," Tendulkar writes in his autobiography Playing It My Way, which will be released on November 6. “Anjali [Tendulkar’s wife], who was sitting with me, was equally shocked to hear him say that ‘together, we could control Indian cricket for years’, and that he would help me in taking over the reins of the side.
It is the latest in a series of teasers for Sachin Tendulkar’s about-to-be-released book. And these ‘exclusive’ trickles, rather than build any anticipation in me, lead me toRead More »from Why Tendulkar's Book Could Be A Bore