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England’s women cricketer said- facing Arjun Tendulkar is becoming dangerous

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Ashish Tomar
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I am an aspirant writer who wishes to make it count in the field of journalism. Writing is a source of strength for me. I have been following the game from the age of nine and since then, my love for studying the game has only escalated

England women cricket team’s All-rounder Daniel Wyatt has spoken about Arjun, son of Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar. Wyatt says that now facing Arjun’s balls in the nets is becoming very dangerous for her. She no longer wants to practice in the nets in front of him.

Arjun Tendulkar, the son of India’s great batsman Sachin Tendulkar, is a left-arm fast bowler. England women’s cricket team’s All-rounder Wyatt said that he has become a very aggressive bowler. The English player said that she first met Arjun at Lord’s when she was a young MCC cricketer.

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Talking about Arjun, Wyatt told Cricket.com, “I met Sachin and Arjun for the first time at Lord’s Cricket Ground. Maybe in 2009 or 2010. Then I was a young cricketer of MCC and he was training in the nets. I went to the nets and introduced myself, I am Danny. Arjun was maybe 10 years old when he was very young. I would have his picture. That day I bowled him, he was very good. “

Wyatt told that she has been in contact with him since then and whenever he comes to the Lords, they definitely meet.

She said, “Now whenever he comes to Lords I go to the nets to train and tell him to bowl with a new ball. He always says that I will put you a bouncer and blow your head. Now I do not like to face him. Facing him is becoming very dangerous. “

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Ashish Tomar
Ashish Tomarhttp://thecricketfever.com
I am an aspirant writer who wishes to make it count in the field of journalism. Writing is a source of strength for me. I have been following the game from the age of nine and since then, my love for studying the game has only escalated
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