Cricket fraternity extends birthday wishes for Sachin Tendulkar

The Indian batting maestro turned 48 today.

It’s 24th April and you know that Sachin Tendulkar will be trending today. It’s the occasion of the birthday of one of the most celebrated figures in world cricket, Sachin Tendulkar. The Indian batting maestro is among the greatest batsmen to have ever graced the cricket field and an inspiration to many. The ace cricketer turned 48 today.

The legendary cricketer was recently seen in action in the Road Safety Series and led India Legends to a title trump. Soon he was tested positive for the Coronavirus. However, he seems to have recovered now. Tendulkar will not be throwing any party on his birthday, owing to the concerning situation of the Coronavirus in the country.

The cricket fraternity came together and wished Tendulkar on his birthday.

“Sach is truth, Sach is life, Sach is the answer, Sach is it. Birthday greetings to not only the greatest batsman the world has seen, but the most humble and incredible human being @sachin_rt,” tweeted former pacer, Venkatesh Prasad.

Suresh Raina was also not far behind and extended his greetings on Tendulkar’s birthday.

“Many many happy returns of the day @sachin_rt to an absolute legend of cricket. Your passion towards cricket made us love the game and gave us a lifetime of memories! Wishing you a blessed and healthy life always,” tweeted Raina.

Sachin Tendulkar is highly regarded as the greatest batsmen to have ever stepped on a cricket field. He has been the most prolific run scorer in cricket. He has amassed 18,426 runs, the most by any cricketer, in ODIs. He is also the highest run scorer in Tests with 15,921 runs.

He has a plethora of records to boast about and is the first and the only batsman to score 100 international centuries, the first batsman to score a 200 in ODI cricket, the first player to play 200 Tests etc.

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