The Indian cricket veteran feels it’s more important to perform rather than have a rock star image.
At the age of 36, he is as fit as any younger cricketer.
The badminton star has truly emerged from the shadow of her senior, Saina Naiwal.
Facing the mighty Australians, Harmanpreet's scintillating unbeaten 171 of 115 balls helped India reach the final of the ICC Women's World Cup.
The captain would be particularly pleased that Zaheer Khan is the bowling coach and Rahul Dravid is the batting consultant on international tours.
While he is a robust batsman, he has no formal experience as a coach.
The team needs a pro like the former Australian cricketer to ensure India performs in the 2019 World Cup.
BCCI needs to rein in a captain that can't get along with the coach.
The decision will be taken before the end of the Champions Trophy.
Many will come and go, but no one can match master blaster's ODI legacy.