Former India opener Virender Sehwag on Wednesday revealed how he tried to imitate batting great and longtime opening partner Sachin Tendulkar, whom he first saw on TV while batting in the 1992 World Cup. saw.

Sehwag said, ‘Cricket is played on the field but a lot can be learned. If I give my example, I started watching cricket from 1992 World Cup and at that time I used to try to imitate Sachin by watching his batting. He said, ‘How did he hit straight drives or backfoot punches. I learned a lot by watching it on TV in 1992.

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Sanjay Bangar, former India opener and co-founder of the CricGuru app with Sehwag, said at the launch of the app, “In today’s times you have videos of your favorite cricketers like AB de Villiers, Brian Lara, Chris Gayle or Virender Sehwag. or someone else. Videos were not available in our time.’

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Sehwag said, “In our times, there was no such facility to learn by talking to anyone online or by subscribing to the video. Had it been so, I must have done it and would have learned better. Emphasizing on both the mental and technical aspects of the game, Sehwag said, “The mental aspect is important and we have launched this app keeping that in mind. After that we will talk about the technique of cricket.

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