Sachin Tendulkar turns left-handed striker in his recent social media post
Sachin Tendulkar uploaded a video of him playing golf on his Twitter handle.
Updated - Aug 4, 2022 6:07 pm
India’s batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has joined the ongoing trend on social media sites where cricketers are reimagined as left-handed and vice versa in online videos. The Master Blaster shared a video on social media sites while playing a game of golf, but with a twist to it.
In a video uploaded from the official Twitter handle of Sachin Tendulkar, the veteran batter can be seen hitting the golf ball in a left-handed stance, but through a rearview mirror of a cart. Earlier, Sachin had also revealed that he bats right-handed, but uses his left hand to write.
“To all those who wanted to see me play left-handed,” Tendulkar wrote on Twitter
To all those who wanted to see me play left handed 😊🏌️ pic.twitter.com/4uoS8yzgug
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 3, 2022
In a video uploaded on Sachin’s official Instagram handle, the 2011-World Cup winner also revealed that he uses his left hand while eating with fork and knife, but while using chopsticks, he uses his right hand as he is unable to eat with his left one.
“The left hand manages all the writing and eating while the right hand handles all the wooden sticks,” he captioned it along with the cricket bat and chopsticks emojis,” Sachin wrote on his Instagram handle as caption.
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Talking about Sachin’s career, the right-handed batter holds the record of having most runs in international cricket. The right-handed batter has also scored as many as 100 centuries while representing India. During the course of his illustrious career, Sachin thrashed several bowling units and is considered as one the greatest players of the game.
The right-handed batter played his last international game against West Indies in 2013 and stroked a vital fifty in that game. The home team went on to win that contest easily and gave a perfect farewell to one of the greatest batters in Indian cricket history. Following his retirement, Sachin can be seen giving his opinion on various cricketing matters or enjoying his time with friends and family.