Sachin Talks about the Bowler he was Afraid of

Mumbai: The shocking disclosure has come about the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar. This disclosure is not done by anyone but Sachin himself, the Lord of cricket himself. Sachin Tendulkar talked about the bowler, he was afraid of. Not only that, he opened many other important roles associated with his cricket career.

In a promotional event, Sachin opened his heart and talked about several things related to cricket. Sachin Tendulkar, told that he had faced around 25 world-class bowlers in the cricket field. However, the bowler who was most afraid of facing the ball on the cricket field, was former South African captain Hansie Cronje. Sachin Tendulkar disclosed this during a promotional event in Mumbai.

"Hansie Cronje did not play in the ball" Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar told that he never liked playing Hansie Cronje balls. Sachin Tendulkar said that since I started playing in 1989, I have faced many world-class bowlers. Although against whom I could not enjoy batting, he was Hansie Cronje. During the batting, I was out for some reason.

About the former South African captain Hansie Cronje, Sachin Tendulkar told mediapersons, “I felt like I could stand on the other end during his bowling. I used to say to everybody who was a batter at the time of the pitch that at the moment you have a strike. Let me tell that former South African captain Hansie Cronje was not a regular bowler. He was a medium pacer. He dismissed Sachin Tendulkar three times in 32 one-dayers. On the other hand, Hansie Cronje in the 11 Test matches out Sachin Tendulkar five times.

Sachin Tendulkar told that during the 24-year international cricket career, I had seen many rounds. Recalling his Cricketing Career, he said that the 1999 Australian series was a very tough series of his career. The Australian team at that time was unmatched. At that time, seven to eight players from 11 players in the team were match winners. It was such a team that maintained its dominance in world cricket for many years.

                                                       ----Vasundhara Bundela

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