Without his brother’s sacrifice, Sachin wouldn’t have been the god of cricket? Know the history of the fight

Sachin Tendulkar, one of the greatest players in cricket history, was born on April 24, 1973 in Mumbai. Sachin also played tennis and cricket in his childhood, but later cricket would bring him global recognition. Sachin scored more than 34,000 runs, scored 100 centuries and also played 164 half-century innings in his international cricket career. He scored a lot of runs against great bowlers like Brett Lee, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne. But very few people would realize that the foundation of Sachin’s immense success was laid by his brother.

Brother sacrificed for Sachin

Sachin Tendulkar himself has said that Ajit and he lived the dream of cricket together. It was Ajit who recognized the talent of Sachin Tendulkar and Ajit gave up his cricket career to promote his brother. At that time, Sachin Tendulkar was 11 years old and Ajit took him to train Ramakant Achrekar. Although Sachin failed in the first attempt, he really impressed the coach in the second attempt.

The documentary Sachin: A Billion Dreams shows how Ajit honed Sachin’s skills and laid the foundation for him to become a great cricketer. With the support of Ajit, Sachin Tendulkar was able to make his international debut for India at just 16 years old. Both brothers had dreamed of playing cricket together for India, but Ajit had decided to give up cricket for Sachin’s career. Sachin tells that his life changed after coming under Achrekar. Sachin had also dedicated this wonderful journey into the world of cricket to his brother.

Sachin Tendulkar, who is called the ‘God of Cricket’, described an old memory and said that once upon a time there were cricket tournaments. He and Ajit played for different teams. Both brothers’ teams faced each other in the semifinals of a tournament. Sachin tells that he didn’t want to defeat his brother.

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