On Monday, Sachin Tendulkar turned 50, and several of his former teammates sent the batting legend warm wishes on social media. Former opening partner Virender Sehwag gave a yoga pose called “Shirshasana” and gave Sachin a very special greeting.
Maidaan par jo aapne kaha , uska ulta hi kiya, toh aaj aapke iconic 50th birthday par toh aapko Shirshasana karke wish karna hi tha.
— Virender Sehwag (@virendersehwag) April 23, 2023
A few situations Yuvraj tweeted a video and praised Sachin for his enormous support of both him and Indian cricket
Involving him and the “God of Cricket” were also recounted by Yuvraj Singh, who also used to share a dressing room with Sachin and was instrumental in helping the Indian star win his sole World Cup trophy in 2011.
In this regard, Yuvraj tweeted a video and praised Sachin for his enormous support of both him and Indian cricket.Also Yuvraj listed one of his greatest moments as Sachin’s game-winning strike against England in the first Test in Chennai in 2008.
“When we defeated England in a test match, that was a very meaningful event. At that time, 26/11 had occurred. I picked him up to celebrate after he had a perfect score. He made the victims of Mumbai the focus of the jab. That was a truly unique event, as Yuvraj said in the video.
He came, he played & he conquered hearts for 4 generations! Good days or bad days, no runs or 100 runs, his head was always held high and feet firmly planted on the ground. He taught us that following the right process leads to long-term progress! pic.twitter.com/uHJe8sANw9
— Yuvraj Singh (@YUVSTRONG12) April 24, 2023
My bat completely shattered during the 2011 World Cup.He drives in a couple nails, but I’m not sure how he mended it,” said Yuvraj
Yuvraj also returned not-out for 85 off 131 balls in the same innings, helping India chase down a huge 387-run target to achieve a fantastic victory in the Test. Sachin had then struck an unbeaten 103 off 196 balls in the second innings.
In order to mend his bat for the 2011 World Cup, Sachin merely hammered a few nails into it, according to Yuvraj. “My bat completely shattered during the 2011 World Cup. My bat was totally ruined from the bottom up in Nagpur when we played South Africa. He drives in a couple nails, but I’m not sure how he mended it,” said Yuvraj.
Although these tales involved cricket, Yuvraj also described another sport that Sachin excelled at and claimed no one could ever defeat him at.