India’s Cricket Team Head Coach, Ravi Shastri might leave the camp after World Cup 2021

Ravi Shastri might be the head coach for the last time in the world cup 2021 for India as per the reports.

Ravi Shastri was made the head coach of the Indian men’s senior Cricket team in 2017 and the tenure is ending after the 2021 World Cup with the age factor as per the new rules the Head coach should be less than 60yrs & Ravi Shastri turned 59 this year. Along with Shastri, the other staff that includes the bowling coach Bharat Arun, fielding coach R Sridhar, and the batting coach Vikram Rathour is also set to renew their contracts as their tenure is also going to end after the upcoming World Cup.

India has performed great under his guidance. India’s performance record was one of the best during his tenure and the achievements include the series win in Australia in Test also the series seal against Sri Lanka, West Indies and South Africa also a whitewash against New Zealand. So far India has won 57 out of 91 ODIs with a winning percentage of 62.64% and also 28 wins in 46 tests, he tops the list of India’s most successful coaches.


Rahul Dravid tenure has also ended as chief at NCA and might apply for the position as well as Dravid recently headed the India tour of Sri Lanka. If Dravid doesn’t apply for the post there might be a possibility that 2019 World Cup-winning coach Trevor Bayliss will take over also Mumbai Indians coach Mahela and Indian former Opener Virender Sehwag might also be on the list.