Dravid, who earned the sobriquet 'The Wall', for his immaculate technique, ended his 16-year career with over 13,000 Test runs and 10889 runs in One-day Internationals.

"As far as fast bowler is concerned, Glenn McGrath was the toughest I have faced, I have played him at the peak of his career and he was truly a great bowler. When he was bowling well it was very difficult to judge your off stump," the 42-year-old Dravid said during an interaction with fans on the social networking site 'Facebook'.
     
He added, "He kept challenging you, kept testing you just around that off stump. He was a very aggressive bowler irrespective of whether he was bowling his first or second over or the 25th over, he was always at you, probing and asking questions," Dravid, who is coaching the junior India side, said about the Australian pace legend.
     
Dravid felt Sri Lanka's legendary spinner Muralitharan was the toughest to counter when it came to slow bowlers. “Spinners...Muttiah Muralitharan was the best I have played against. Murali was an extremely skillful bowler, he could spin the ball both ways, not by little bit but by a long way. It was very difficult to pick and read. He had great consistency and control," Dravid said.
     
Asked about his best moments in the Indian dressing room, Dravid recalled winning the Test series in Pakistan in 2004. "Best moment in dressing room was winning the Test series in Pakistan, winning the Test in Australia at Adelaide (in 2003-04). It's always a great feeling to win a Test or a Test series because the boys work so hard for five days, for the whole series to achieve their goal."

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