Thinking about pressured break? Think about Sir Don and WW II: Tendulkar


New Delhi, August 27

The coronavirus-forced break and the uncertainty it introduced has turned the athletes right into a anxious lot, however iconic cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has an recommendation for them.

Tendulkar has requested the anxious athletes to seek out inspiration from Sir Donald Bradman, who missed out on eight years of Test cricket between 1939 and 1945 attributable to World War II however didn’t let it have an effect on his efficiency.

Even such a protracted interval could not make Bradman rusty as he was hungry as ever in the course of the ultimate part of his profession ending with an unbeatable common of 99.94 from 52 video games.

“Sir Don Bradman was away from cricket for several years due to World War II, yet has the highest Test batting average,” Tendulkar wrote on twitter whereas remembering the ‘best’ of them on his 112th start anniversary.

“Today, with concerns about athletes’ form due to uncertainties and long breaks, his career stands even taller as a source of inspiration. Happy birthday Sir Don,” he wrote.

Earlier when requested about how gamers would cope up with the lengthy six-month break earlier than the IPL begins, the maestro had spoken about days until the 1990s when there was a devoted cricket season in India.

“If I am not mistaken, one phase during 90s, between March, 1994 and October, 1995, for close to 18 months, we had hardly played in Test matches (five in all),” Tendulkar remembered.

“During that part until mid 90’s, getting three to 4 months off was a standard factor, and once we would go to Sri Lanka throughout summer season months a number of matches could be washed out,” he had stated.

“There was no cricket in India and it was a normal thing,” Tendulkar stated. PTI



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