Arjun Tendulkar is the son of India’s legendary batsman Sachin and will make his IPL debut on Sunday against KKR.
The long wait is over for Arjun. Arjun Tendulkar can finally enjoy his IPL debut now that The Great Indian Batter Sachin is about to do so.
Both father and son played for Mumbai Indians. This will be the very first father-son IPL team. Sachin’s final appearance in the league was in 2013.
Mumbai Indians bought Arjun in the sales before the season of 2021. The base price is INR 20 lakhs.
After a season, the super-sale for 2022. Arjun attracted two bidders, with Gujarat Titans raising the oar as well before he returned to MI for a cost INR 30 lakhs.
The team has been together for several seasons. His first cap was not until Sunday, 16 April 2023.
Arjun and his father Sachin were seen in a heated discussion before the toss. Sachin has had a long association with the team, both as a former player and as a current coach.
Afterwards, the customary captain Rohit, who was not remembered in the main XI of the match against KKR, attributable to a “stomach virus”.
Suryakumar Yadav, the substitute captain, explained it. Sachin and I had a discussion about the 23-year old’s presentation at Wankhede Arena. Sara, Arjun’s sister, could also be seen in the crowd.
The Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy will be held in 2021. The all-rounder played his T20 debut with Mumbai, and went 1 for 35 in three overs.
For the domestic season of 2022-23, he moved to Goa. He became No. In his Ranji Trophy debut, he scored a hundred and became the No.
He also had an impressive white-ball crusade, and finished as the joint-leading wicket-taker for Vijay Hazare Award.
Arjun has taken eight wickets with an average of 32.37 in seven matches. Arjun also won the Syed Mushtaq Ali Prize for Goa, taking 10 wickets in seven matches at an average of 32.37.
Suryakumar is the Mumbai Indians interim captain. He called the toss, and KKR batted first.
It seems as if the wicket is dry. “The ball gracefully falls on the bat,” said he.
KKR, on the other hand did not make any adjustments to the game. “While we need to improve our bowling, the atmosphere within the locker room has a positive vibe.
We are confident that we can achieve 200-210. I think the second innings could be the time when the ball turns. It’s a sport that is played in teams, so no one person can win the tournament.
We benefit from the fact that we are all scoring runs. We are all playing together. Nitish Rana, KKR captain, stated that he would aim to score 180 points on this wicket.