Arjun Tendulkar, who is the son of Sachin Tendulkar, a former batter for India, is in favour of “running out a batter at non-end,” striker’s although he stated that he wouldn’t do it himself. Arjun Tendulkar is currently playing for the Indian cricket team.
Arjun, who moved his base of operations from Mumbai to Goa in order to have more opportunities, banged a century on his Ranji Trophy debut, so replicating a feat that his father Sachin had accomplished.
Arjun is of the opinion that the bowlers are well within their rights to run out a batter at the non-end, striker’s despite the fact that the method of dismissal, run out at the non-end, striker’s has received mixed reactions from the cricketing community.
“I wholeheartedly support the Mankading approach. It’s spelled out in the law. I don’t agree with those who think it violates the rules of sportsmanship or the spirit of the game.
Personally, I won’t do it since I won’t be able to stop in the middle of my run up to remove the bails. It requires an excessive amount of effort, so I won’t squander my time on it; but, I will support the endeavour if it is undertaken by another party “CricketNext heard it from Arjun.
Tendulkar was granted a No Objection Certificate (NoC) by his home association, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA), after playing two games for Mumbai in the 2020-21 edition of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy. This made him eligible to play for Goa.
When Arjun was in Chandigarh in September, he worked out with Yograj Singh, a former cricketer for India who is also the father of Yuvraj Singh.
In his very first first-class match, he played for Goa in the Ranji Trophy, and he struck a century.
His father, Sachin, had also made a century on his Ranji Trophy debut in 1988, when he struck a century against Gujarat while he was still a youngster. This occurred while he was playing for Gujarat.