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‘Our aim was to create family-like atmosphere inside dressing room’

DNMUM394377 | 8/12/2017 | Author : G Krishnan | WC :953



Tushar Arothe was looking after junior cricket in his native Baroda when the assignment to be Indian women cricket team’s head coach for the World Cup came a few days before the preparatory tournament in South Africa. Initially appointed as coach until the World Cup, Arothe’s tenure is likely to be extended for two years. In this chat with DNA’s G Krishnan, Arothe looks back on the incredible World Cup journey. Excerpts...

When you took over as the coach at such a short notice, did you expect the team to enter ICC Women’s World Cup final?
I always believed that the team was miles ahead in batting and bowling. But, fielding and fitness levels needed improvement. I always thought that if we could improve fielding, thoug
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