Arjun Tendulkar, son of legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, was once named within the Mumbai below-19 squad for the upcoming JY Lele India underneath-19 Invitational One-Day event, to be performed in Baroda.
Arjun, a left-arm fast bowler unlike his father, can be a useful batsman however he is known extra for his bowling advantage. He has represented Mumbai at the under-14 and beneath-16 phases previous.
Arjun Tendulkar, son of legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, has represented Mumbai at the Under-14 and Under-16 levels earlier.
The JY Lele India beneath-19 Invitational One-Day event will be held from September 16-23, reported DNA.
Arjun has additionally spent a variety of time in London taking part in cricket, and was once in news lately after close to knockeing down a prominent England batsman whilst serving to the team teach for the begin of the experiment sequence in opposition to South Africa.
It used to be a nasty yorker supply from the left-arm younger fast bowler that landed proper on England wicketkeeper-batsman Jonny Bairstow’s foot, which forced the batsman to wobble out from the nets and seek medical assistance.
Arjun used to be additionally spotted for the duration of India females’s training session in London, forward of their ICC women’s World Cup 2017 final against England.
Arjun’s first give used to be a yorker, which ended up being a toe-crusher for Bairstow, in step with a report by way of everyday Mail. Bairstow needed to leave the follow session mid-process after dealing with just one supply from the youngster. The 27-twelve months ancient was supplied with immediate first-help, along with his foot being positioned in a compression unit.
The 17-year-old used to be additionally obvious bowling within the nets for India forward of ladies’s World Cup final clash in opposition to England. The upcoming underneath 19 event will take position from September sixteen to September 23.
Mumbai underneath-19 squad: Agni Chopra, Divyansh Saxena, Bhupen Lalwani, Anjdeep Lad, Sagar Chabaria, Shoeb Khan, Satyalaksha Jain, Vedant Murkar, Dhruv Brid, Tanush Kotian, Nakul Mehta, Farhan Kazi, Atharva Ankolekar, Abhimanyu Vashisht, Arjun Tendulkar, Saksham Parashar, Saksham Jha, Sylvester Dsouza.