Friday, April 8, 2011

Won't force my son to become a cricketer: Tendulkar!

Will Arjun Tendulkar chase big daddy's footsteps? The nation may appetite the son to be the dent of the old block and bout his father's name in apple cricket, but looks like the Little Master himself is not abundant agitated about Arjun's career choice. Sachin Tendulkar has said that there is no burden on Arjun to become a full-time able cricketer afterwards in his life.

Batting ability Sachin Tendulkar today said that Indian team's Apple Cup achievement has had a huge appulse on his son, Arjun, but he would not force him to become a cricketer.

Talking to reporters today at Wankhede Amphitheater -- the area of the celebrated celebration -- Tendulkar said, "I was aggressive by Indian team's achievement in 1983 Apple Cup. The 2011 achievement has fabricated a huge appulse on my son Arjun... I will not pressurise him to become a cricketer. He can accept what he wants to do."

Tendulkar was at the amphitheater to accommodated his Mumbai Indians team-mates, and partake of the affection on the eve of Indian Premier League's alpha in Chennai tomorrow.

Talking about his mother's acknowledgment back he alternate home afterwards the 2011 Apple Cup victory, Tendulkar said he could see joy in her eyes."When I alternate home, my mother became actual emotional, and there were tears of beatitude (in her eyes)."

"When we alternate to the hotel, there were huge crowds bouncing at us... I accept never apparent annihilation like this before," he said, talking about the acclaim afterwards the celebrated win.

When asked about Pakistan skipper Shahid Afridi's arguable animadversion about Indians, Sachin banned to say much.

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