Cricket icon in India Sachin Tendulkar, who is recovering at home after spending six days in hospital for Covid-19, turned 48 on Saturday and desires began to rain from around the world.
Indian captain They grow kohli, who played with Tendulkar in the early years of the former international cricket, opened on Twitter to wish for the legend. “One of the greatest who ever played the game and an inspiration to many. Happy birthday @sachin_rt paaji.”
Yuvraj Singh, who shared the locker room with Tendulkar for most of his Indian career, shared a stunning video reminiscent of some of his moments with Tendulkar.
“Wishing the legendary master blaster @sachin_rt a very happy birthday! It’s great to be back and fully recovered! Lots of love and best wishes Red Heart Embraced Face #HappyBirthdaySachin,” he wrote.
Ishant Sharma, who was also an international teammate of Tendulkar, wrote: “Sachin paaji !! I send you best wishes for your birthday! I pray for your good health, wealth and happiness. Happy birthday paaji! @sachin_rt.”
Discovering a batsman from the West Indies Chris Gale, who is currently in India for the Indian Premier League in 2021, wrote, “Happy birthday great, @sachin_rt I wish you much more.”
BCCI shared the video of Sachin Tendulkar’s double hundred in ODI against South Africa in 2010. “Master Blaster” was the first male cricket player to score a double century in ODI.
Former Indian bowler Wenkatesh Prasad took to Twitter, posting photos of some of the glorious moments he shared with the legend, and wrote: “Sach is true, Sach is life, Sach is the answer, Sach is. Birthday congratulations not only the greatest a batsman the world has ever seen, but the most humble and amazing human being @sachin_rt. #HappyBirthdaySachin. “
Born on April 24, 1973, the Mumbai Batman has achieved a record 100 international centuries – 49 in one-day international and 51 in test – and is the first of only four cricketers to receive the highest national sports award, Rajiv Gandhi Hel Ratna. in 1997/98. The other three cricketers are Mahendra Singh Doni (2007/08), current India captain Virat Koli (2018) and Rohit Sharma (2020).
Tendulkar is the first and only holder of Bharat Ratna – the highest civic honor in India – which he received in 2013 after retiring from international cricket.
Tendulkar, who was hospitalized in Mumbai as a precautionary measure after a positive test for Covid-19 late last month, returned home on April 8 to begin his recovery.
He wrote to all his well-wishers on April 8: “I have just returned from the hospital and will remain isolated as I continue to rest and recover. I would like to thank everyone for all the good wishes and prayers. I really appreciate grateful to the medical staff who took such good care of me and worked tirelessly for more than a year under such difficult circumstances. “