Greg Chappell has stepped down as India coach, according to reports.
Times Now and NDTV have claimed the 58-year-old Australian sent an email to Ratnakar Shetty, chief administrative officer for the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), in which he cited personal and family reasons for the decision.
Chappell had been under increasing pressure after a disappointing World Cup campaign in the Caribbean which saw India exit at the group stages.
India suffered a surprise five-wicket loss to Bangladesh in their opening match and went down by 69 runs to Sri Lanka to finish only third in Group B and miss out on a place in the Super Eight phase.
He will not be seeking an extension when his contract expires at the end of April.
Fans and a number of players seemed to turn against the coach following their elimination from the World Cup, with Sachin Tendulkar and Anil Kumble both voicing their discontent.