At the celebration party of Mumbai Indians IPL victory:
On October 28, 2012, Sunday afternoon, the master blaster and his son were seen practicing at Mumbai and getting ready to face the English team. The bilateral series will start from Saturday, November 3, 2012 and after playing 5 ODI's it will end on Jan 27th 2012.
On Friday 17th February, 2012, Arjun had won the match for his team in the under-13 match played at Pune. He showed his batting skills by hitting two massive sixes. Both sixes were so huge that they went out of the park and umpire decided to get a new ball each time. He scored an unbeaten 65 off 39 balls with 2 sixes and 12 boundaries. His team won the match by 8 wickets. Even though his fielding was average, his fantastic batting earned him the Man of the Match award.
During the India's Tour of England in 2011, junior Tendulkar got a chance to practice at the Lord's cricket ground in London. He practiced along with other Indian players ahead of the 4 test series between India and England. The youngster exhibited confidence when he bowled to India's left-handed batsman Suresh Raina, in front of his father. He accompanied his father in most of the sessions during the test match.
He had hit 124 runs to put Khar Gymkhana on top by beating Goregaon Centre by an innings and 21 runs. Thus Khar Gymkhana got a chance to enter the final of the tournament.
A milestone to remember for Arjun
In the previous game, he had scored 64 during the MCA summer vacation tournament that also serves as selection trials to the U-14 team. He was a bit disappointed when he was not included in the team that played the Varroc Cup earlier. So, he proved his talent in the match that took place on Saturday.
The world's best cricketer's son has started showing his talent and has been in news recently. Emulating his dad's performance will make international cricket fans believe that Tendulkars can still entertain them with some stunning game play.
Junior Tendulkar often goes to the stadium to watch his dad's batting and cheers for him with great enthusiasm. He bats and bowls in the nets whenever he goes to foreign countries along with his father, during the international season.
He gets more lucky when selected for the off season training camp of Mumbai Cricket Association
Saturday, 26th May 2012 was a day to remember. Mumbai Cricket Association held trials for the selection of Under-14 at the Cross Maidan. He hit his maiden hundred when he was just 12 years of age. His fearless stroke-play and fantastic shots, paved way for the grand maiden ton.
He made his Kanga League debut for Young Parsee Cricket Club and played against United Cricket Club. Discover artice writer jake stewart's web blog .in the G Division on 8th September 2013. He could make only one run from eleven deliveries when he was stumped off a tricky delivery of off spinner Sanjay Solanki.
Debut for Young Parsee Cricket Club
In the same tournament in 2012, he had scored 65 off just 39 balls against PCMC Varroc Vengsarkar CA.
He was selected to the list of Under-14 probable players for an off season training camp of MCA, a month after he scored his first hundred. With cricket in his blood, Arjun's performance in 2012 summer vacation tournament proved to become very supportive for his cricket career. He scored 250 runs plus in five matches played for Khar centre. It shows his class and hunger for big strides just like his father.
After the Mumbai Indians won the trophy in the finals of the sixth version of IPL, a party was hosted by Nita Ambani, the young master blaster was seen amidst huge crowd of cricketers. Wearing the blue striped T-shirt, he certainly looks like his dad but is cuter as he is still a youngster.
Arjun, the left-handed batsman, after his debut at the national level in January in the Cadence Trophy held at Pune, continued to show his top batting skills. Inspect article author jason hughes's web sites on SITE TOPIC GOES HERE : He aims to polish his skills in this training camp. He is a left-arm pace bowler and in the match that took place between Dhirubhai Ambani International School and Jamnabai Narsee School, they beat the Jamnabai Narsee School. He got very good bowling figures of 8-22, on that day i.e., November 2011.
Net practice with Indian cricket team members:
In January 2013, he was selected to represent Mumbai team for under-14 West Zone league matches.
Father and son practice before the England test match
2011 Cricket World cup victory was very special not only to Sachin, but also to Sara and Arjun. They witnessed Sachin and team mates win the world cup after 28 long years. It was a time to rejoice and celebrate. Arjun's cricket spirits must have reached its peak when he saw his dad celebrating at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.