New Delhi: Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar currently extended his greetings to new captain Ajinkya Rahane, anticipating a youngster will do a good pursuit during the upcoming Zimbabwe tour.
Rahane, 27, is initial cricketer from Mumbai in 15 years to be handed a reins of a group given Tendulkar led a team in 2000. The selectors announced a second-string group for the tour, resting many of a comparison players such as Mahendra Singh Dhoni and Virat Kohli.
“I feel really happy for Ajinkya. He is a frank and hard working cricketer. we have always been tender with his commitment and dedication. we am certain he will give his best and give us a reason to be unapproachable of him. we wish him all a best,” Tendulkar told PTI.
Rahane’s betterment has come days after he was dropped from a personification XI for a final dual One-dayers in a recent Bangaldesh ODI series. Regular skipper Dhoni had fit Rahane’s exclusion, saying he struggles to stagger strike on delayed pitches. India are scheduled to play 3 ODIs in Harare (July 10, 12 and 14) followed by a integrate of Twenty20 Internationals (July 17 and 19).