Arjun Tendulkar | Arjun Tendulkar’s bright luck, now after IPL selection in this team



New Delhi: The fortunes of Arjun Tendulkar, son of the god of cricket Sachin Tendulkar, have brightened. Arjun Tendulkar will be seen playing in the Deodhar Trophy, an inter-zonal 50-over tournament starting on July 24 in Puducherry. He has found a place in the South Zone team led by Mayank Agarwal. At the same time, Sai Sudarshan has been kept in standby players. Arjun Tendulkar is a left arm fast bowler and lower order batsman. He made his debut in IPL 2023 for Mumbai Indians. After this, BCCI also gave Arjun a place in the Emerging All-rounder’s camp in August. Apart from Arjun, Karnataka’s Vidwat Kavarappa and Vijaykumar Vishak and V Kaushik have found place in the South Zone team. Also read that, Arjun Tendulkar started playing cricket from the age of 8. Arjun made his debut on 22 January 2010 in the Under 13 tournament in Pune. Arjun played his first national level game in January 2011 in the Cadence Trophy tournament in Pune. After this, in November 2011, he took 8 wickets for 22 runs while bowling his best for Dhirubhai International School against Jamnabai Narsee School. Squad: Mayank Agarwal (Captain), Rohan Kunnumal, N Jagadeesan, Rohit Rayudu, KB Arun Karthik, Devdutt Padikkal, Ricky Bhui, Washington Sundar, Vidwat Kawerapa, Vijaykumar Vishak, Kaushik V, Rohit Redkar, Sijoman Joseph, Arjun Tendulkar and B Sai Kishore.

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