Sachin mixes coaching and business in London

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first_imgA New business venture and imparting batting tips to son Arjun are two things that Sachin Tendulkar is currently focussing on in London before he starts concentrating on the upcoming England series.The iconic batsman has been regularly visiting the Marylebone Cricket Club academy to coach his 11-year-old son Arjun and,A New business venture and imparting batting tips to son Arjun are two things that Sachin Tendulkar is currently focussing on in London before he starts concentrating on the upcoming England series.The iconic batsman has been regularly visiting the Marylebone Cricket Club academy to coach his 11-year-old son Arjun and passing on tips to other people using the indoor nets of the club.An honorary life member of the club, Tendulkar, who has been staying at a property he owns near Lord’s, has been visiting the academy for the past few days.”He (Tendulkar) has been a regular visitor at Lord’s in recent weeks,” an MCC spokesman was quoted as saying by the Sunday Telegraph.And when he is not coaching little Arjun, he is devoting time to his new business venture in Winchester.It’s about cricket-themed entertainment centres where you will be able to bat against an image of Tendulkar (or other, better international bowlers) that runs in and delivers a semi-hard ball at you; or bowl against an image of him that deals with your delivery after calculating the trajectory and rotations of the delivery.Tendulkar was accompanied by his children Arjun and Sara.Last week,Tendulkar, who was watching matches at the Wimbledon, interacted with the legendary Roger Federer.Though he has not had a single net session, Tendulkar will start training from this week for India’s four- match Test series against England.”The effect of Tendulkar’s preparation in London will be that he is in a happy frame of mind when the rest of the Indian party arrives from the West Indies, and if Tendulkar is happy, then so is the whole Indian dressing- room,” said the report.advertisementIn London, Tendulkar has been able to relax, with far fewer bodyguards than normal, the report said. The champion batsman will be aiming for his 100th international century when India take on England at Lord’s in the first Test-the 100th between the teams-and the 2,000th in the history of the game.- With inputs from PTIlast_img

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