These two excerpts from the article were worth the read:
1. "Technique alone is not sufficient to help a batsman succeed - concentration, mental toughness and calmness are also critical. This is where Dravid was a master of the game; arguably better than some of his more illustrious peers. He had a phenomenal ability to concentrate, freeze out pressure and play with patience and calmness."
2. "You don't learn how to prepare for innings by just listening to your coach or reading a manual; it's usually by watching other legends doing it day after day. The next generation will say the same about Kohli and co. It's a cycle that will continue to help India produce world-class batsmen."
Overall, a wonderfully well compiled article Jeeshan bhaiya. Got to learn a lot of things from this particular article of yours.
"Surely Allah does not do any injustice to men, but men are unjust to themselves." - [Al-Qur'an - 10:44]