Cardiff: Veteran Indian batsman Rahul Dravid admitted that he had to work harder on the shorter format of the game than he did in Test cricket, on the eve of his final ODI match.
Dravid, who would retire after playing his 344th match in an ODI career spanning 15 years, said on Thurdsday, he would not dread retirement even when it's time to quit Test cricket.
"It does not feel like I'm finishing in some sense. I will still be doing the same things I have been doing in last two and a half years. But I had to work harder on my one-day cricket than in Tests," said Dravid who would turn up for the last time for India in ODIs in coloured clothings.