Former India cricketer and a legend of the game Sachin Tendulkar recently took a trip down memory lane with starfish and suggested his fans not dare to do anything new for fear of failure.
Cricket fans around the world celebrated the 25th anniversary of the first of the 49 ODI centuries of the Master Blaster on September 9, 1994, when Sachin jumped from the middle class to the opening bats for the Men in Blue ».
In a movie shared on LinkedIn, Tendulkar spoke of the move: "In 1994, when I started to open batting for India, the strategy used by all teams was to save the wickets. What I was trying to do was a little out of the box. I thought I could go ahead and get the opposition warriors. But I had to beg and please give me a chance. If I fail, I will not come after you again. "
He then added: "In that first match (against New Zealand in Auckland), I scored 82 of 49 balls, so I didn't have to ask again if I had another chance. He was eager to open. But what I'm trying to say here is, don't be afraid of failure. "