The legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar stated that he is attempting to provide his son Arjun Tendulkar with the same milieu that he received during his formative years. He also reflected on the support he received from his family and elaborated on the significance of focusing on the game.
Arjun’s IPL 2023 appearance with the Mumbai Indians marked his debut in the premier league. Reflecting on his first campaign, Sachin emphasized the significance of having a strong family support system. Notable support for the Master Blaster came from his parents and brother, Ajit Tendulkar.
“I am attempting to recreate the milieu that was established for me. When you value yourself, others will value you as well. “Pay attention to your game, as my father used to tell me, and now I am telling Arjun,” Sachin said during the book launch of ‘Scintillating Sachin’.
“I received assistance from my relatives. Brother Ajit Tendulkar was instrumental in locating a solution. On my birthday, Nitin Tendulkar (brother) created the painting for me. While my mother worked in LIC, my father was a professor. They granted me liberty. I urge parents to allow their offspring freedom as well,” he said.
Sachin thanked the media for giving his son space Sachin Tendulkar took the initiative to thank the media present at the occasion for giving Arjun the necessary space when he retired from the sport. On November 16, 2013, following the conclusion of his final Test match against the West Indies, ‘Master Blaster’ called time on his international career.
“The media congratulated me upon my retirement from the sport. At the time, I had requested that the media give Arjun the necessary space and allow him to fall in love with cricket. The journalists granted him independence, so I am grateful to them,” he added.
Regarding Arjun’s IPL campaign, the left-arm pacer appeared in four matches and took three wickets at an average of 9.36, which is quite low. Arjun will be eager to seize his opportunities in the domestic events and come out swinging, despite the fact that he has much to improve.