1. Rahul Dravid is colloquially known as Mr Dependable and often referred to as The Wall.
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5. In 2014, Rahul Dravid joined the GoSports Foundation, Bangalore as a member of their board of advisors.
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6. In July 2018, Rahul Dravid became the fifth Indian cricketer to be inducted into ICC Hall of Fame.
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10. Rahul Dravid started playing cricket at the age of 12, and represented Karnataka at the under-15, the under-17 and the under-19 levels.
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16. Rahul Dravid continued his good run scoring seven fifties in the next eight Tests that included fifties in six consecutive innings, becoming only the second Indian to do so after Gundappa Vishwanath.
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18. Rahul Dravid effected a brilliant run out of Russel Arnold during Sri Lankan innings fielding at short leg.
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22. Rahul Dravid announced his form in England hitting consecutive fifties against Leicestershire and Nottinghamshire in the warm-up games.
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24. Rahul Dravid kick-started his post World Cup Test season with a decent outing against New Zealand in the 3-match home series.
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30. Rahul Dravid captained the team in the 'unofficial' Third test in the absence of injured Ganguly, which India lost by an innings margin.
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31. Rahul Dravid arrived in South Africa with the Indian squad to participate in the 2003 Cricket World Cup in the capacity of first-choice keeper-batsman as part of their seven batsmen-four bowlers strategy – an experiment that had brought success to the team in the past year.
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32. The idea was that making Rahul Dravid keep wickets allowed India to accommodate an extra specialist batsman.
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33. Rahul Dravid took the important catch of threatening Inzamam-ul-Haq, who was batting on 122, as India went on to win the match by five runs.
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37. Rahul Dravid received scant support from his teammates as India were bowled out for 286 and lost the test.
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39. Towards the end of his playing career, Rahul Dravid took on a role as mentor of the Rajasthan Royals IPL team, officially taking over in 2014.
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41. Rahul Dravid was credited with bringing up future national team players including Rishabh Pant, Ishan Kishan and Washington Sundar.
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42. Alongside his coaching roles, Rahul Dravid took on several mentor roles, including at the Delhi Daredevils IPL team.
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50. In 2004, Rahul Dravid was awarded the Padma Shri by the Government of India.
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53. Indian coach John Wright came out in defence of Rahul Dravid, stating that "It was an innocent mistake".
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54. Rahul Dravid became the first Indian to score triple century in test cricket with a score of 309.
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