Arjun Tendulkar has been butt of all jokes off late after the left-handed Mumbai pacer was picked up on the IPL 2021 public sale by defending champions Mumbai Indians at his base value of Rs 20 lakh.
The truth that he’s the nice Sachin Tendulkar‘s son has not been very form on him. Eyebrows had been raised each time prior to now when the 21-year-old bowler was chosen for the India U-19 group or the Mumbai home group and the talk of nepotism heated up
Nonetheless, this time round issues took a flip for worse as deplorable memes went trending quickly after Arjun turned the final participant to be picked on the IPL public sale. The truth that he’s a younger cricketer, who simply made his debut for Mumbai in Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy and performed two video games, scoring three runs and selecting two wickets, did not assist his trigger both because the criticism solely intensified.
Amid all this hullabaloo got here Sachin’s tweet on Saturday the place the legend praised Virat Kohli for opening up in an interview on a bout of despair he suffered whereas enjoying for the Indian group.
Sachin’s tweet learn: “@imVkohli, pleased with your success & determination to share such private experiences. As of late kids are consistently judged on social media. 1000’s talk about them however to not them. We want to have the ability to take heed to them and assist them flourish.”
His phrases on “kids being consistently judged on social media” virtually felt like a cryptic tweet the place Sachin opened as much as the critics that the allegations of nepotism pointed at his son are unfair and will solely additional demoralise him when the main target must be on nurturing the expertise he’s.
Whereas one would possibly nonetheless make a degree that the tweet was solely devoted to Kohli and never his son, one cannot ignore the truth that Sachin has been quiet about all of the allegations directed in the direction of him and his son and that is his respectful method of answering the naysayers that each one his son deserves is an opportunity to show his value with out being judged on the social media.