11 - Dravid played one season of county cricket for Kent in 2000. The Kent coach was none other than John Wright, who later went on to become the coach of Team India. Dravid had a memorable duel with ShaneWarne in a match against Hampshire and came out on top with scores of 137 and 73 not out.
12 - Dravid has taken four wickets in ODIs. His best bowling spell in ODIs was against South Africa at Kochi in 2000 when he had figures of 9-1-43-2, taking the wickets of future India coach Gary Kirsten and Lance Klusener, the latter for a duck.
13 - Dravid holds the record for the highest average in a Test series by an Indian. He averaged a humongous 432 against Zimbabwe in 2000 with scores of 200 not out, his first double century, 70 not out and 162.
14 - Dravid's only Test wicket was that of Ridley Jacobs in the fourth Test against the West Indies during the 2001–2002 series.
15 - In 2002, he scored centuries in four consecutive Test innings - three against England and one against the West Indies. Only Everton Weekes has done better, with five in a row.
In Image: Rahul Dravid with John Wright during a practice session at Green Park in Kanpur on April 14, 2005.