Arjun Tendulkar who is best often called the son of iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar at the least as of now was seen bowling to the Indian cricketers within the nets of the Wankhede Stadium forward of the opening One Day Worldwide towards New Zealand slated to be performed on Friday (22nd October). He has been a promising act, and at a younger age of 18, he can persistently clock 130 to 135 km/hr.
In the meantime, it should be learnt that Virat Kohli and Co are gearing up for the restricted overs collection towards the Kiwis comprising of three ODI’s and as many T20I’s. The gamers have been sweating it out within the nets as they give the impression of being to proceed their dominance and regain their numero uno standing in ODI’s after surrendering it to Proteas after the latter gained the collection towards Bangladesh. Captain Virat Kohli, Axar Patel, Kuldeep Yadav and Hardik Pandya have been those who have been giving their all the pieces within the practise session below the watchful eyes of head coach Ravi Shastri.
The Official Twitter deal with of Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) posted photos of Arjun bowling to the likes of Virat Kohli and another Indian batsmen within the nets. The younger prodigy has been making headlines and in contrast to his father, Arjun bats and bowls left-handed.
We’re on the Wankhede Stadium and our preparations for the #INDvNZ have begun. pic.twitter.com/DoeBzcCXSc
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 20, 2017
Beneath the watchful eyes of the large man himself, Arjun has advanced as a cricketer and has been steadily going up the ranks. Following his spectacular performances, Arjun was chosen to play for Mumbai within the 5th Late Shri J Y Lele All India U-19 Invitational ODI match. The fast left-arm pacer has been coaching in England, and when the Indian Girls’s Cricket staff was enjoying the World Cup there, Arjun served as a internet bowler forward of the World Cup remaining towards England which the Indian eves misplaced by 9 runs in the long run.
The 18-year-old hit the headlines when he bowled a effectively directed Yorker to English wicket-keeper batsman Jonny Bairstow within the nets which hit his foot. Bairstow was shocked and was in extreme ache as he hobbled off the bottom.