Arjun Tendulkar, son of legendary Sachin tendulkar has shown some good signs of cricketing talent he has inherited from his father.  In the ongoing Smaash Master Blaster Tournament in Mumbai, Arjun Tendulakr scored 118 runs of just 42 balls. The tournament includes more than 100 team from Mumbai and Arjun is a part of Dhirubhai Ambani International School. The tournament will conclude today i.e 20th September and Sachin will be giving away the prizes to the winners and others in the ceremony today.

Earlier, when Arjun Tendulkar was found playing in a promotional event in a mall in Mumbai, the Indian media soon followed it stating that Arjun will follow the footsteps of Sachin and many mentioned him as a left handed Sachin, as Arjun Tendulkar is a left handed batsman.

But Sachin said that he won’t ever force Arjun to join cricket as a profession and said that it’s all upto Arjun to decide what he wants to do in the future. He compared the situation with his own childhood when his father was a professor and no one in his family forced Sachin to do the same.  Instead his parents supported him in whatever he did.

Sachin wants the media to allow his son to lead a comfortable life, something which others of Arjun’s age are leading.  

Here is what Sachin tweeted:


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