Looking back at his 22-year-old journey, Indian cricketer Harbhajan Singh said he treated every day like an exam.
Harbhajan, who made his international debut in March 1998, represented India in 103 Tests and 236 ODIs.
In a short 2 min and 5 seconds clip, Dravid can be seen taking different types of catches while fielding at different positions like forward square leg, in the slip cordon and at point among others.
Harbhajan played a large part of his Test career with Kumble, including when the latter was captain from November 2007 till his retirement a year later.
Ricky Ponting acted like an umpire himself: Harbhajan Singh opens up about 2008 Sydney Test against Australia
The spinner was having an interaction with former India batsman Aakash Chopra and it was then that the 'Turbanator' talked about the 2008 Test against Australia.
Harbhajan also criticised Greg Chappell for dividing the team and added that to date, no one knows what was the real motive of Chappell in trying to do the things he did.
Laxman and Harbhajan were part of the memorable 2001 Kolkata Test against Australia in which India registered one of the most famous wins in the history of Test cricket.
Harbhajan, who is the joint third-highest wicket-taker in IPL with 150 scalps, last featured for India in 2016 when he played a solitary game in Asia Cup which was played in the T20 format.
Harbhajan and his former India teammate Yuvraj Singh had recently come under fire for the appeal they made for people to donate to the Shahid Afridi Foundation in its fight against coronavirus.
Greg Chappell's stint as the head coach of India was a turbulent one, ending after India's unceremonious first round exit in the 2007 World Cup.
Harbhajan joined CSK in 2018 after spending nearly a decade at Mumbai Indians with whom he won the IPL three times.
The 2008 Sydney Test between India and Australia is still remembered by everyone as Harbhajan Singh and Andrew Symonds were involved in an on-field tussle.
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Nehra then gave the example of Englishman Lever who created a furore during his team's 1976 tour of India by applying vaseline during a Test match.
Harbhajan also urged the team management to give longer ropes to players who can then express themselves better.
Harbhajan in an Instagram Live session with India opener Rohit Sharma revealed that the World Cup 2019 semifinal match against New Zealand was Dhoni's last match and he will not return to the side now