Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

Can you be like Rahul Dravid?

Everyone's saying there won't be another cricketer like him. Well, why don't you try?

1. You have been asked to open the innings on a bouncy, seaming wicket in England even though you're not a Test opener. Do you agree?

2. You come in at the follow-on with the team facing a series defeat. How do you approach the situation?

3. You're asked to keep wicket so other batsmen can be accommodated in the side. What do you say?

4. Do you have any interests off the field?

5. What is your relationship with opposition players?

6. How would you like to be remembered?

7. In a Test you're captaining, your star batsman is nearing his double-century but taking a while to get there. Will you declare?

8. You're asked to give a prestigious cricket talk. What will the theme of your speech be?

9. As a senior player in the team, what advice will you give younger team-mates?

10. How would you announce your retirement?

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