Sachin Tendulkar ready to host free cricket season

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar is all set to host a series of live interactive classes, which will be available on the online platform Unacademy and will be free. The learning platform announced that it had signed a strategic partnership with Tendulkar.

As part of the deal, learners on stage will be trained and mentored by the legend through a series of live interactive classes, which everyone can receive for free on stage.

“I am doing a free session online and anyone can join. The whole idea is about sharing my experiences. I have interacted physically with a lot of children but digital interaction will be the first time. This idea was not limited to a few hundred and it would become millions. This is our goal and everyone should have that access and be able to ask me questions, ”Tendulkar was told by news agency NI.

Last week, Sachin Tendulkar’s son Arjun Tendulkar was bought by Mumbai Indians for Rs 20 lakh in the 2021 Player Auction of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Arjun had expressed his excitement after being selected by the franchise and said that he has always been a ‘die-hard’ fan of Mumbai Indians.

He said, “I have always been a fan of Mumbai Indians since childhood. I would like to thank the coaches, owners, and support staff for showing me confidence. I am excited to join MI Paltan, ”
Arjun had said, in a video posted by Mumbai Indians on his Twitter handle.

Arjun Tendulkar was quite angry on social media, alleging that the Mumbai all-rounder was selected by MI as he was the son of former MI captain Sachin Tendulkar.

Sachin Tendulkar After entering the dressing room tried to emphasize the performance of only one player.

“Every time we enter the dressing room, it doesn’t really matter where you come from, what part of the country you are and where you are. It was a level field for all. Tendulkar said that the game recognizes nothing but your performance on the field.

The former India captain said, “You are as a person who wants to contribute to the team.”

(With agency inputs)


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