IPL 2018: Arjun Tendulkar attends U19 camp at Dharamshala's scenic ground

Arjun is really working hard over his game in these growing days.

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Arjun Tendulkar, the U-19 Mumbai Cricketer and famous for being the son of great Sachin Tendulkar, went through a really tough net session to work over his game at the beautiful, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association(HPCA) ground in Dharamshala recently. 

Arjun Tendulkar being part of a group of 25 under-19 cricketers who have arrived in Dharamshala for a month-long camp under the supervision of National Cricket Academy coaches. The practice session starts very early in the morning at 6.00 am and concludes quite late in the evening.

Sanjay Sharma, the official spokesperson of HPCA, was quoted saying regarding the same as "Arjun Tendulkar was practising cricket here and was following a tough routine. He was staying with other 25 under-19 cricketers at the stadium complex only, It is a month-long camp which will conclude around 20th of May" 

It has also been said that Sachin Tendulkar would also arrive in Dharamshala to visit his son during the crucial net sessions in his growing up years as a cricketer. 

Sachin Tendulkar has regularly been seen practising with his son and helping him during his net sessions. He has also arranged a few bowling sessions against the international players for Arjun in the past. 

(Inputs from TOI)


By Kashish Chadha - 29 Apr, 2018

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