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Sachin Tendulkar launches his new app; all set to interact with young cricketers

Tendulkar is going to interact with young cricketers through this app

Sachin Tendulkar
HOUSTON, TX – NOVEMBER 11: Sachin Tendulkar answers questions from the media after the Cricket All-Stars Series at Minute Maid Park on November 11, 2015 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar has enjoyed a brilliant career on the field and is now set to start new innings in life. The iconic cricketer has stepped into the digital world by launching his new app named “100MB”. Sachin has over the years dominated the world of cricket and has millions of followers who worship him. It is the dream of each one of them to get in touch with the legend and discuss the beautiful game of cricket.

So, the app has been specifically designed by JetSynthesis for the fans and will help them interact with the Master Blaster and share their views on cricket. During the launch of the app popular Indian singer Sonu Nigam joined the cricketer giving the fans a surprise. Tendulkar and Sonu Nigam has tied hands with each other for a song named “Cricketwalli beat” which will feature on the app on Sunday 10 PM.

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Tendulkar quoted at the event “This platform will show a different side of me. There are surprises, just wait and watch.”

“Many of you and my friends have asked me what are you going to do in your second innings of life. The first innings went on for 24 years. There are a number of things which I am involved in, but something which I am looking forward to starting soon, in fact now, is the digital innings.”

“It will allow me to get closer to my fans. My journey started as a 10-year-old who saw India win the World Cup in 1983, so in my song, what I have tried to do is thank all those cricketers who have helped me realize my dream, six World Cups that I have been”

The legend also told that he is going to interact with the young cricketers and give them the necessary pieces of advice that will help them to grow as a cricketer.

“I’m absolutely ready. I like spending time with youngsters and I will be interacting with young cricketers for sure.”

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