Looked at bad days as a ‘great coaching opportunity’: R Sridhar on seven-year stint as India fielding coach
Sridhar was an integral part of the Team India coaching set-up headed by Ravi Shastri.
"Kohli would let Dhoni handle little details': Bharat Arun speaks on captaincy transition between the duo
Virat Kohli took over India Test captaincy from MS Dhoni in late 2014 and became the all-format captain in early 2017.
Bumrah pens emotional note for Shastri and outgoing coaching staff, thanks them for 'invaluable contribution'
On Twitter, posted a picture of himself with Shastri, fielding coach R Sridhar and bowling coach Bharat Arun, sending them best wishes on their future endeavours.
The Shastri-Kohli duo along with bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar were part of a set-up that won two Test series in Australia.
Shastri also heaped praise on outgoing bowling coach Bharat Arun and fielding coach R Sridhar, whose tenures too ended with the team's World Cup campaign.
The outgoing India bowling coach also said the team was in a much better position now than when he joined the side seven years ago.
Asked if the absence of a gap between the Indian Premier League and the T20 World Cup became a factor, India bowling coach Arun responded in the positive.
Shastri, who tested positive for COVID-19 prior to the fourth Test at the Oval, has been in quarantine since 4 September and is expected to complete his 10-day isolation period along with Arun and Sridhar on Monday.
Here's a detailed look at the events leading to the cancellation of the fifth Test between India and England at Manchester.
India vs England: Fifth Test likely to go ahead after all Indian players in UK test negative for COVID
All the 21 players of the Indian Test squad have tested negative for COVID-19, a development that clears the decks for the fifth Test against England to proceed as scheduled from Friday
"I don't know too much, to be honest, at the moment. At present we are expecting the game to go ahead. Things are all fine in our camp. We are looking forward to the game," England vice captain Jos Buttler said.
India vs England: BCCI chief Sourav Ganguly unsure 5th Test will go ahead after junior physio Yogesh Parmar tests positive
The players have been told to remain in their respective rooms as RT-PCR testing is being carried out. Besides Shastri and Patel, fielding coach R Sridhar and Arun are also isolating in London.
The Indian board president said it had been a "great show" to see Jasprit Bumrah lead the Indian attack to bowl out England for just 210 on the final day.
India vs England: Ravi Shastri tests positive for COVID-19, three other support staff members to remain in isolation
They have undergone RT-PCR testing and shall remain in the team hotel and not travel with Team India until confirmation from the medical team.
World Test Championship Final: R Ashwin says he will quit cricket if he loses urge to learn new things
Ashwin is regarded as a thinking cricketer who always strives to explore something new, something extra in his game and that attitude has paid rich dividends for him throughout his career.
India vs Sri Lanka: NCA head Rahul Dravid likely to coach second-string national side for limited-overs tour
The 48-year-old Dravid has groomed a number of youngsters, who will feature for India against Sri Lanka, while coaching India's U-19 and India A teams.
'We don't have a choice' — India's support staff believes Virat Kohli and Co can do well in WTC final despite lack of practice
India are expected to depart for the UK in the first week of June following a week of hard quarantine. It is not yet known if Virat Kohli and Co. will be allowed to train ahead of the marquee clash against New Zealand during their quarantine in Southampton. The match starts on 18 June.
Indian batting legend Gavaskar lavished praise on India head coach Shastri and bowling coach Arun during a book launch.
Ajinkya Rahane brings calmness, Virat Kohli's energy mistaken for anger, says India bowling coach Bharat Arun
Rahane's calm demeanour helped the team move on from the Adelaide disaster when the side was bowled out for 36 in the second innings.