Dravid, The Wall call his days from International cricket today at the Chinnaswamy Stadium,Bangalore. With more than 200 people gathered for attending the press conference, which includes Family-members, team-mates, friends, KSCA and BCCI members, officials and journalists. He started his speech like this-
"I would like to announce my retirement from international and domestic first-class cricket. It is 16 years since I played my first Test match for India and today I feel it is an time to move on. Once I was like every other boy in India, with a dream of playing for my country. Yet I could never have imagined a journey so long and so fulfilling."
Rahul Dravid had scored 13,288 test runs in 164 matches, at an average of 52.3, which includes 36 Centuries. While in ODIs, Dravid scored 10,889 runs in 344 matches, at an average of 39.16 along with 12 centuries.