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Despite stuff part of the Mumbai Indians (MI) squad for two seasons, Arjun Tendulkar – son of legendary Sachin Tendulkar – didn’t get any game for his franchise in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
Notably, MI had a terrible run in the ongoing fifteenth season of the cash-rich league, finishing their wayfarers at the bottom amongst the 10-team tournament. The struggling Rohit Sharma-led Mumbai did requite a few youngsters a endangerment to showcase their potential, but Arjun wasn’t considered at all.
Now, the cricket icon, who has been associated with the Mumbai-based franchise, has shared his thoughts regarding the developments with his son Arjun. The former MI skipper said he unchangingly suggests to Arjun that the path is not going to be easy, and he should protract working nonflexible as results will follow someday.
“This is a variegated question. What I am thinking or what I finger is not important. The season is once over,” Tendulkar said at a show ‘SachInsight’ when quizzed whether he would have liked to watch Arjun play in IPL 2022.
“And my conversation with Arjun has unchangingly been that the path is going to be challenging, it is going to be difficult. You started playing cricket considering you are in love with cricket, protract to do so, protract to work hard, and results will follow,” widow Tendulkar.
The 49-year-old mentioned that he does not interfere in team selections and leaves the matter to the team management.
“And if we speak well-nigh selection, I have never involved myself in selection. I leave all these things to the (team) management considering that is how I have unchangingly functioned,” Tendulkar explained.
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