“He is acquainted with both our culture and the operations of the Indian squad. To use his expertise as we try to assemble the World Cup team (just seems like a really better match for us), “Regarding the newest addition to the Team India management, Dravid stated.
In a time when emotional health of cricketers is becoming crucial in a jam-packed international cricket calendar, Paddy Upton’s vast reservoir of knowledge would be a really helpful “resource,” believes India head coach Rahul Dravid.
Upton, who worked well for Gary Kirsten from 2008 to 2011, is back at Dravid’s request and will help the best Indian players handle the pressure cooker situation leading up to the T20 World Cup in Australia.
With so much cricket being played, the mental health aspect of the game is crucial, and the group will benefit greatly from having a resource like Upton, according to Dravid on BCCI.Tv.
We are fortunate to see someone like Paddy on board because he has the experience of being with the Indian squad during the 2011 World Cup and even a little before that. When touring as players in international cricket, we certainly understand the mental part of the game.
The fact that Upton has worked with most Indian players at the IPL level or in Indian teams is particularly relevant.
He is acquainted with our ethos and the operations of the Indian team. As we try to assemble the team for the World Cup, (it) looked like a really excellent fit for us to draw upon his expertise,” continued Dravid.
Because everyone has a natural motivating flow, and part of Upton’s job is to assist others in discovering their own. To do this, we must create an environment in which people can be themselves and thrive.
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