Sachin Tendulkar, the famous Indian cricket player, recently talked about the time he met Sir Don Bradman, who is considered the greatest cricket player ever. Tendulkar shared a picture of himself with Bradman and his wife Jessie on Twitter, saying he will always remember the experience.
Tendulkar and Bradman met in 1998 when India was playing cricket in Australia. Bradman invited Tendulkar to his home in Adelaide for his 90th birthday. Bradman once said that Tendulkar’s way of playing reminded him of his own style, and he was impressed by how Tendulkar played.
Tendulkar was with another cricketer named Shane Warne when they went to Bradman’s house. Warne was very nervous, but Tendulkar told him to relax and enjoy the moment.
Bradman, who was born on August 27, 1908, is known as the best cricket player ever. He had an amazing Test average of 99.94 and scored 29 centuries in 52 matches. He is the only Australian cricketer to receive a knighthood. He passed away on February 25, 2001, when he was 92 years old.
Tendulkar retired from cricket in 2013. He has scored the most runs in Test matches and One Day Internationals (ODIs) and is the only player to score 100 centuries in international cricket. People often compare him to Bradman because of his achievements and how well-liked he is. His fans even call him the ‘God of Cricket’.