Left-arm quick bowler Arjun Tendulkar will play for Goa within the 2022-23 home season, and it was confirmed on August 11, Thursday. He has began coaching in Goa and is ready to signal an expert contract with the Indian state for the upcoming season. He has previously represented Mumbai in two T20 matches.
President of Goa Cricket Affiliation Suraj Lotilkar said that Goa have been in want of a left-arm quick bowler and Arjun confirmed curiosity. He added that they often recruit professionals, and if he suits into the group’s necessities, he can be picked.
“We’re in want of a left-arm pacer and Arjun has proven curiosity. We usually recruit professionals and if he fits our group’s necessities he shall be picked. It’s as much as our selectors.” Lotilkar was quoted as saying by Cricbuzz.
This can enhance chance of Arjun Tendulkar that includes in aggressive matches: Sachin Tendulkar
Arjun, in his two T20 matches, picked up two wickets, and conceded 67 runs in a complete of seven overs. He additionally scored 3 runs within the two matches for Mumbai towards Puducherry and Haryana. Mumbai’s chief selector Salil Ankola stated that Arjun is a proficient cricketer however wants some sport time to show his skills.
“We picked him for the Ranji Trophy final 12 months however he couldn’t make the XI. He’s a particularly proficient boy and all he wants is a few match time in order that he can show his skills. I hope this swap will serve that function,” stated Salil Ankola. Arjun’s father and a legendary former India batter Sachin Tendulkar confirmed Arjun’s swap.
Tendulkar expressed that Arjun must get some match time at this level whereas he additionally believes that this swap would enhance the chance of his son taking part in in additional aggressive video games. “Getting most sport time on the bottom is vital for Arjun at this juncture of his profession. We consider that the shift will enhance the chance of Arjun that includes in additional aggressive matches. He’s embarking on a brand new part of his cricketing profession,” stated Sachin Tendulkar.