‘Recover Soon Master’, Wasim Akram Posts A Heartfelt Message For Sachin Tendulkar

'Recover Soon Master', Wasim Akram Posts A Heartfelt Message For Sachin Tendulkar

After Sachin Tendulkar announced that he will be getting hospitalized as a precautionary measure against COVID-19 he has received some heartwarming messages from all around the world. None better than the message posted by his great on-field rival during his career the legendary fast bowler Wasim Akram. The former Pakistani cricketer wished Tendulkar a speedy recovery from COVID-19 and reminded everyone how he is no stranger to overcoming hurdles as he did it when made his debut at the age of 16 against Pakistan.

Wasim Akram Posts A Heartfelt Message For Sachin Tendulkar

Back in 1989 the young Tendulkar took a nasty blow while batting but didn’t back down and scored a commendable half-century. Akram believes that Tendulkar will hit COVID-19 for a six and regain full health very soon. Also, Akram opined Tendulkar to celebrate the 10th anniversary of India’s famous 2011 world cup win with the hospital staff and share photos on social media.

“Even when you were 16, you battled the world’s best bowlers with guts and aplomb… so I am sure you will hit Covid-19 for a SIX! Recover soon master! Would be great if you celebrate India’s World Cup 2011 anniversary with doctors and hospital staff… do send me a pic!”, Akram tweeted. 

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Meanwhile, earlier in the day, Tendulkar on Twitter revealed about getting hospitalized ‘as a matter of abundant precaution under medical advice. Recently Tendulkar led the Indian legends side in the Road Safety World Super Series in Raipur. A few days after India won the tournament, Tendulkar was tested COVID-19 positive which shocked the entire cricketing world. The soon to be 48-year-old is hopeful that he will return back home in a few days and will be tested COVID-19 positive.

Also Read: Indian Cricketers React On Twitter As They Celebrate The 10th Anniversary Of The 2011 World Cup Win

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