In January 2008, Rahul Dravid was out of team of one-day international squad. Once he was the captain of the team and later on left out from the team on the demand of the new skipper, M.S. Dhoni.
Just over a year and half has passed to that day, now selectors have no choice, except going back to very season and dependable performer. His comeback into India’s 15 –member one-day squad is a clear signal to the entire world that someone can comeback if he wished and decided.
His fitness is of a very high level. His excellent performance in the IPL-II has brought him back in the team.
Leaders never quit. Quitting is the easiest way to lead life but performers never leaves the ground halfway. They decide and do homework and prove themselves up to the specific standards and win over.
Leaders always profoundly say: “NEVER QUIT”.