Watch: Sachin Tendulkar Learning a Squash From Ritwik Bhattacharya. Sachin Tendulkar has taken retirement from all forms of cricket back in 2013. The cricketer has almost all the major records to his name. And he is the only cricketer who has played 200 Test Matches. And he is the highest scorer of all time in cricket history so far. At the time of his retirement, he had announced that his remaining life will be for his family. Despite that, he is still doing duty for national cricket. As recently, he had given a plan to alive test cricket in modern days.
As we all know that Sachin’s love towards sport is infinity. His love is not only for cricket but also he loves all the sports and always comes up in support for sportspersons whenever needed. Recently, Tendulkar comes in support for bowlers and said that it is very necessary to have challenging pitches in Test Format.
“Test cricket is going to revive if we produce interesting tracks, but if the tracks are flat and dead, then Test cricket is going to find its challenges. I know, this Test World Championship has announced but even to have this World Championship, you got to make cricket interesting. Just by having a Championship, cricket is not going to get interesting,” Tendulkar said.
Sachin Tendulkar Learning Squash From Ritwik Bhattacharya
Tendulkar has posted a video on his twitter handle in which he is learning a special sport from veteran Squash Player Ritwik Bhattacharya. And he also added a special caption for his fans. He said that every sport is fun in its own way and play sports as you can.
“Play as many sports as possible! Every sport is fun in its own way & inculcates a different physical and mental conditioning. Enjoyed playing with Squash maestro, Ritwik Bhattacharya. Learnt some finer nuances of the sport and had fun while at it.” Sachin added in the caption.
Here is the video
Play as many sports as possible!
Every sport is fun in its own way & inculcates a different physical and mental conditioning. Enjoyed playing with 🇮🇳 Squash maestro, Ritwik Bhattacharya. Learnt some finer nuances of the sport and had fun while at it. #SportPlayingNation pic.twitter.com/rQ6HCrjK0i
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 26, 2019