Sachin Tendulkar, the legend of Indian Cricket Team, is an inspiration to millions. Sachin has built a long career just because of his hard work and talent. He has made many world records and his batting technique, discipline is the education for the future cricketers. Now, Sachin has said that he was always there to
Now, Sachin has stated that he was always there to advice for good. He shared some of the moments of his life which made him star of cricket. He said it was Chennai’s waiter who suggested him to improve his batting swing. Sachin said, “mongoose helped him in 1993 Hero Cup semi-final Speaking after launching the ‘Sachin by Spartan’ range of sporting equipment and sportswear here on Monday (January 30), the batting maestro told that a waiter in Chennai pointed out his flaw which restricted his bat swing”.
According to the media reports, Sachin said, “If you have an open mind you can develop so many things. In Chennai, it was a waiter who came up to me and said if you don’t mind and doesn’t get offended I want to tell you something. I said go ahead. He said my elbow guard restricts my bat swing. And he was 100 percent right”.
“I knew I was feeling uncomfortable, but I never thought of doing it myself. A few years down the line I got hit a couple of times on my elbow guard and it hurt. That’s when I realized padding on elbow guard is inadequate.
Sachin Tendulkar further added, “I instantly redesigned my elbow guard. I needed to re-open it and work on it. Get the fiber and cushion on either side to absorb the impact. In our country, everyone from panwala to CEOs will give you advice. But one should still be open about ideas”. While having conversations he recalled his injuries and some occasions; then they asked Sachin about his plan of getting retired, he said, “I had a lot of injuries and there were some tough times. In 2005-2006 (in) one of the press conferences I was posted a question ‘so when are you going to retire?’ and best years came after that, the biggest thing in my life happened after that, the 2011 World Cup.”
When he was launching his Sports equipment and sportswear range “Sachin by Spartan” he made these comments.