Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh turn back time in nets for Bushfire Bash
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Published: February 9, 2020 10:12:00 am


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India’s legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is ready to return out of retirement to play one over of Ellyse Perry for Australia’s bushfire victims in a charity match between Ponting XI and Gilchrist XI at Junction Oval, Melbourne. Tendulkar’s World Cup-winning teammate Yuvraj Singh is taking part in as properly below the management of Adam Gilchrist.

The star Australian ladies all-rounder Perry will bowl an over to Tendulkar through the innings break of the star-studded charity match with 10 of her Australian teammates on the sphere.

On Saturday, Yuvraj in a video revealed that Tendulkar batted so long as 40 minutes in the nets to face Perry.

The proceeds of the match will assist victims of the blazes which started in September and have left at the least 33 folks lifeless and 1000’s of houses destroyed.

Tendulkar and Yuvraj are additionally auctioning off a signed stump from their 2011 World Cup win as a part of the Big Appeal.

Perry threw out the problem on social media on Saturday afternoon through a video message that shortly went viral.

“Hey Sachin, it’s awesome to have you out here in Australia supporting the Bushfire match. I know you’re coaching one of the teams but a few of us were sitting around last night chatting and we thought it would be absolutely amazing to see you potentially come out of retirement for one over in the innings break out here at Junction Oval,” she mentioned.

“We’d like to have a bowl to you and clearly fetch a number of balls from over the boundary that you just’ve hit. We thought it will be an superior option to increase a bit extra money for the Bushfire Appeal, which I do know you’re already doing a lot for.

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“If you’re at all up for it, we’d love to have you out here – I know there’d be some girls very keen to field some balls that you hit. So let us know, and thanks again for everything.”

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