Sachin Tendulkar says happy with Virat Kohli, shares considerate tweet

Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday mentioned that he was happy with Virat Kohli’s choice to speak about his battle in opposition to despair and the batting legend additionally left a considerate message for his supporters.

“@imVkohli, happy with your success & choice to share such private experiences. Today children are continuously judged on social media. Hundreds talk about them however to not them. We want to have the ability to take heed to them and assist them flourish,” Tendulkar tweeted on Saturday.

Kohli throughout an interplay with former England first-class cricketer Mark Nicholas on his podcast — Not Simply Cricket revealed that he battled despair throughout a harrowing tour of England in 2014 the place he felt just like the ‘loneliest man on the planet’ after a string of failures with the bat.

Kohli had a disastrous tour of England in 2014, registering scores of 1, 8, 25, 0, 39, 28, 0,7, 6 and 20 in 5 Checks, averaging 13.50 in his 10 innings. He roared again to type within the tour of Australia after that, accumulating 692 runs within the Check sequence.

In the meantime, Tendulkar’s tweet additionally comes at a time when his son Arjun has been dealing with flak on social media over his choice within the Mumbai Indians squad. The 21-year-old on Thursday was roped in by the IPL franchise for his base value of Rs 20 lakh, and lots of really feel that Arjun obtained an undue benefit solely as a result of he was the son of the cricket icon.


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