"Blues Forever": Photos of Sachin Tendulkar with Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari Go Viral

Sachin Tendulkar's legacy extends beyond the cricket pitch. His on-field accomplishments have elevated him to the ranks of the game's all-time greats. Though he retired in 2013, no batsman has come close to breaking his record for most runs in ODIs (18426) and Tests (15921).  He also holds the record for the most international hundreds in world cricket. He is also a well-known figure all across the world. Many people are unaware that Tendulkar is also an honorary group captain in the Indian Air Force.He recently met with Air Chief Marshal VR Chaudhari, the Chief of Air Staff. Tendulkar's photographs in IAF uniform have gone viral. Photos

Sachin Tendulkar is unquestionably one of the best batters to ever play the gentleman's game. Making his debut in 1989, the former India batter went on to break multiple records and write a new chapter in cricket history. Sachin, who had a 24-year international career, is still the top run-scorer in ODIs and Tests. Former Pakistan pacer Shoaib Akhtar recently praised Sachin, calling him a "extraordinary" talent who battled bowlers from all over the world.The 'Master Blaster' faced several great bowlers over his long cricketing career, including Glenn McGrath, Brett Lee, Akhtar, and many others. The India legend continued to score big hits."I consider Sachin to be the greatest of all time because he had to face Warne, McGrath, Wasim Akram, the West Indies, and South Africa's pace batteries first." Then, after ten years, he had to face the fastest bowlers in the world, including Brett Lee, myself, Dale Steyn, and others. "I just thought this guy was crazy, this isn't normal, this is nothing short of extraordinary," Akhtar told RevSportz.

Aug 24, 2023 5:47 PM