3 current Indian cricketers who could become India's Head Coach in the future
In recent years, almost every nation has adopted the trend of hiring their recent ex-cricketers as the Head Coach. Team India's current Head Coach is Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman has been at the helm when Dravid is unavailable. In line with this, a few of the current members could also take up a similar role in the future. On that note, in this article, we take a look at three current Indian cricketers who could become India's Head Coach in the future.
1) R Ashwin
R Ashwin is one current Indian cricketer who has deep knowledge of the game. As seen in his YouTube videos, he has an in-depth understanding of the tactical nuances of the game. When he was the skipper of Punjab Kings, he also came up with some fresh ideas. Considering these factors, he can be a real deal as a coach in the future.
2) Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma is also one of the Indian cricketers who could become India's Head Coach in the future. The current Indian skipper is the most successful skipper in IPL. Apart from that, he is also enjoying a fine stint with Team India. Known as a coach's skipper, Rohit is one captain who takes the suggestion of a coach seriously and implements it to perfection on the field. Along with that, he also adds his ideas, which is one of the major reasons he is a serial trophy winner. Going forward, the Indian Team will need a strong name as the Head Coach and Rohit is already a candidate, maybe in the next decade.
3) Cheteshwar Pujara
Pujara's captaincy has not been on display on a public forum. Nevertheless, he seems to be an intelligent cricketer and has a calm personality. Pujara's logical step after retirement could be to get into coaching. Therefore, he could also be a candidate for Team India in future.