Sridharan Sriram leaves Australia assistant coach job; focusses on RCB role in IPL

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He
has
chosen
to
move
his
focus
to
his
coaching
career
with
the
Royal
Challengers
Bangalore
(RCB)
and
other
roles
while
spending
more
time
with
his
rising
cricketer
son
Rishab
and
wife
Pavi.

Chennai-based
Sriram
has
been
with
the
Australia
squad
for
six
years
as
predominately
a
spin
coach
while
also
playing
a
key
role
in
the
batting,
fielding
and
strategy
for
the
side
across
multiple
campaigns.

The
former
India
allrounder
has
been
most
closely
linked
to
the
rise
of
Adam
Zampa
and
Ashton
Agar
while
also
forming
close
bonds
with
Glenn
Maxwell,
Marnus
Labuschagne
and
Mitchell
Swepson,
said
CA
in
a
media
release.

With
his
tutelage
Zampa
is
ranked
the
fifth
best
bowler
in
T20
cricket
and
Agar
11,
having
been
in
the
top
ten
in
the
past.
He
has
also
nurtured
Maxwell’s
spin
bowling
on
the
journey.

“After
being
on
the
road
for
six
years
it’s
with
a
heavy
heart
I
have
decided
to
move
on
from
my
current
role
as
an
assistant
coach
of
the
Australian
men’s
team,”
said
Sriram.

“I
feel
this
is
an
opportune
moment
keeping
in
mind
the
team,
giving
them
enough
time
to
prepare
for
two
World
Cups
and
the
World
Test
Championship.

“It
has
been
a
great
experience
for
me
working
across
formats,
World
Cups
and
Ashes
and
I
have
come
out
incredibly
richer
in
knowledge.

“I
am
extremely
grateful
to
Cricket
Australia
for
all
their
support
in
the
years
that
I
have
been
involved
with
them.

“I
would
like
to
thank
my
head
coaches
Darren
Lehmann,
Justin
Langer
and
Andrew
McDonald
and
my
captains
Steve
Smith,
Tim
Paine,
Aaron
Finch
and
Pat
Cummins
who
all
believed
in
me.

“Thanks
also
to
Ben
Oliver,
Brian
McFadyen,
all
the
players
and
staff
for
welcoming
me
with
open
arms
and
making
me
feel
a
part
of
the
group.

“Greg
Chappell,
Troy
Cooley,
Pat
Howard
and
Marcus
Stoinis
were
also
instrumental
in
getting
me
involved.
I
wish
the
team
and
the
coaches
the
very
best
for
the
future.”

Adam
Zampa
said:
“I
love
working
with
Sri,
he’s
someone
I
have
a
lot
of
respect
for
and
his
work
ethic
and
knowledge
of
the
game
have
been
invaluable
to
my
career
in
recent
years.”

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