Sachin Tendulkar, regarded as one of the best batters to ever play cricket, possessed all the skills. With 34,357 runs across all formats, Tendulkar immediately had an impact on the Indian team. Most recently, the Master Blaster thought back on his final days of competition.
In November 2013, Tendulkar participated in his final international match of his career. After playing his 200th Test against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, the soon-to-be 50-year-old retired from all forms of cricket. Tendulkar recalled this at a Mumbai event and spoke about the support his mother gave him during his final match.
She came to support him one last time despite the physical difficulties, he continued, adding that his mother had never gone to any of his matches.
“Even though I had been playing for a very long time, my mom had never seen any of the games before the final Test match. You must come, I told my mother. Her physical limitations made it impossible for her to attend, but she promised to do so for me and showed up in a wheelchair. When they displayed my mom on the big screen, it was a really emotional moment, as Tendulkar was cited as saying by Mint.
Sachin Tendulkar wanted me to live a good life.
In Sharjah, Sachin Tendulkar recently commemorated the 25th anniversary of his famous “desert storm” knock. By cutting a cake and chatting with Mumbai supporters, he marked the event. Additionally, he spoke with fans frequently and covered a wide range of subjects.
Tendulkar shared a lesson he learned from his father with his supporters, saying, “I still remember; I just played for India and I was traveling with my father. My dad informed me you’ve realized your dream. Then he said that he wanted me to live a wonderful life because that would be something that would endure.