Arjun Tendulkar is one of the most sought-after youngsters who is anticipated to knock the doors of the Indian National Team one day. Arjun has always been performing promisingly in all the levels he has played till now. His recent performance at the Sydney Cricket Ground is making news all over.
The Spirit of Global Cricket Challenge has been organised by the Sydney Cricket Ground and it will go on until January 14. The Spirit of Global Cricket Challenge has as much as 8 teams participating and fighting for the trophy.
ARJUN PUTS UP A BRILLIANT ALL ROUND SHOW
Arjun Tendulkar has stunned everyone with his class performance in the Cooch Behar Trophy, a T20 tournament being played in Australia. Playing for the Cricket Club Of India, Arjun Tendulkar scalped 4 wickets and hit 48 runs from just 27 balls. The 18-year-old left everyone surprised with a great display of all-round cricket skills.
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Talking about his performance and bowling the 18-year-old star son said, “I just got stronger, grew taller and I loved bowling fast from my childhood.”
WHO ARE THE ROLE MODELS OF ARJUN TENDULKAR
The son of one of the world’s greatest batsman, Sachin Tendulkar draws his inspiration from the Aussie quick, Mitchel Starc and the English All Rounder, Ben Stokes. Arjun Tendulkar also stated that he does not carry any burden of expectations. He said that while bowling he just hits the deck hard.
While batting he stated that he just likes to play his shots. He further added that he chooses which bowler should he go after and which bowler he shouldn’t go after. Clearly, the young lad is maturing not just in age but also in perspectives and as a cricketer you have to have a clarity of thought which Arjun displays nicely.
Arjun believes that he may be a quicker bowler as there are not many bowlers in India who deliver express pace. This is what Arjun revealed in an interview with abc.net.au on Thursday.