CLT20: Probably my last game in Jaipur, says Rajasthan Royals skipper Rahul Dravid after CSK win

Rahul Dravid described his team's performance as "fantastic" and said the boys have done incredibly well in the Indian Premier League and the ongoing Champions League. Asked about Brad Hodge, who injured his knee after colliding with teammate Shane Watson in the field, Dravid hoped it wasn't too serious.

updated: October 05, 2013 10:12 IST
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Jaipur: Rajasthan Royals skipper Rahul Dravid feels it is the "experience" and "hard work" which helped leg-spinner Pravin Tambe to produce a sensational three-wicket haul in the semifinals against Chennai Super Kings here on Friday. (Match - As it happened)

Tambe, who will turn 42 on October 8, produced a brilliant spell of spin bowling to strangle the Chennai middle-order and guide Rajasthan to a 14-run win and Dravid said the leg-spinner has good control on his bowling. (Pravin Tambe the unlikely hero as Rajasthan Royals enter final)

"He has got great control. It's Tambe's experience, the number of hours he has bowled in his career. It has been decades now. He's been bowling in club cricket for decades and he's very willing to learn," Dravid said after the match. (Stats: Tambe yet to concede a six in the CLT20 as Rajasthan maintain perfect record)

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