Rishabh Pant coach Tarak Sinha no longer exists, cricket world expressed grief

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Rishabh Pant coach Tarak Sinha no longer exists, cricket world expressed grief

New Delhi. The cricket world mourned the death of the famous coach Tarak Sinha, who gave Indian cricket many world-class and international cricketers, including one of his most talented disciples, Rishabh Pant. He was 71 years old and died here on Saturday morning after a prolonged illness. Pant, who plays for the Indian team at the ICC T20 World Cup in the United Arab Emirates, mourned his death and said it will be in his heart every time he steps on the pitch.

Pant tweeted: “My mentor, coach, motivator, my biggest critic and my biggest fan. You took care of me like your son, I am in shock. You will always be with me when I go out on the field. My condolences and my prayers. Tarak sir, May his soul rest in peace.

Former India starter Virender Sehwag said he is deeply saddened by his passing. He tweeted, “Deeply saddened by the passing of Ustad Ji Tarak Sinha. He was one of the rare coaches who gave India more than a dozen test cricketers. The lessons he gave to the disciples greatly helped Indian cricket. My condolences to his family and disciples.

Former India Test cricketer Aakash Chopra was also his disciple. He tweeted, “‘Ustad ji’ no longer exists. Award winner Dronacharya Coached over a dozen Indian Test cricketers, as well as several top-class cricketers. Coached male and female players without any help. Institutional. Your service to Indian cricket will be remembered, sir. May your soul rest in peace. ”

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Another of his disciples and former cricketer, Atul Wassan, wrote: “A sad day for me and everyone associated with Sonet Club, as today we lost our master ji.” He worked hard for decades and shaped the careers of many players. He always kept out of sight. The world of cricket has lost a gem. May God give peace to the deceased soul.

Former Indian women’s team captain Anjum Chopra said: “A coach, Tarak Sinha, from Sonnet Cricket Club has seen many national and international players (men and women) make their mark. Guide, train everything. May your soul rest in peace. ”

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