New York: Indian batting good Sachin Tendulkar and mythological Australian spinner Shane Warne will ring a opening bell during a New York Stock Exchange today, apropos a initial cricketers to perform a rite activity during a world’s largest batch exchange.
Tendulkar and Warne are in a US as captains of an initial all-star choice of 28 cricket legends from opposite a universe for a initial ever ‘Cricket All Stars’ array in a US.
Tendulkar and Warne will revisit a batch sell to prominence a initial cricket array that will take place in New York, Houston and Los Angeles. They will ring a opening bell during 9:30m New York time that will symbol a start of a trade day.
The ancestral debate outlines a initial time Tendulkar and Warne will play on US soil.
The ‘Cricket All-Stars’ kicks off on Nov 7 during Citi Field in New York City with a special opening rite before to a compare as good as other functions and galas.
The second compare will be on Nov 11 in Houston and a final compare in a array will be on Nov 14 in Los Angeles, followed by a special prize display to a winning team.
In a past, several Indian dignitaries, including domestic leaders and businessmen, have stage a opening and shutting bell during a batch sell and during NASDAQ.
Given that cricket is not a renouned competition in America, it is a initial time that cricketers will ring a rite bell during a batch exchange.
Through endless promotions and media appearances, Tendulkar pronounced a thought behind a array is not usually to popularise a diversion in America though to globalise it as there is need to have some-more countries to play a competition competitively in tournaments like a World Cup.
“The reason for picking adult a cricket bat again after retirement is to globalise cricket. That is a dream and prophesy Warne and we have. One day we would like a American (cricket) group also to attend in a World Cup. It would be a good moment. All cricketers have also been endorsing for carrying cricket in a Olympics. This is a beginning,” Tendulkar told reporters yesterday.