Former India opener Virender Sehwag has revealed how he tried to emulate batting greatness and his long-time partner Sachin Tendulkar on Wednesday He said he had seen Tendulkar on TV before, during the 1992 World Cup. “Cricket is played on the field but there is a lot to learn. Given my example, I started watching cricket from the 1992 World Cup and at that time I was trying to mimic Sachin’s batting,” Sehwag said.
“How they hit straight drives or backfoot shots. I learned a lot by watching him on TV in 1992,” he said. In addition to Sehwag, former Indian opener and co-founder of Krikguru App Sanjay Bangar, at the launch of the app, he said, “Today there are videos of your favorite cricketers like AB de Villiers, Brian Lara, Chris Gayle or Virender Sehwag.
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Sehwag said, “In our time, there was no such thing as learning to talk to anyone online or by subscribing to a video. If that’s true, I’ll definitely do it and learn better. Have begun. After that we will talk about cricket tactics ”.