Mumbai: Former Indian captain and legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar paid tribute to the world's greatest batsman, Sir Don Bradman, the greatest batsman of Australia. Sachin paid this tribute on his 111th anniversary. Sachin told fans in a tweet that Bradman was not just a good batsman and he was also a kind and funny man. Sachin Tendulkar tweeted, "Many people know Sir Don Bradman for his incomparable batting, but I know him for the kind nature and witty tone that I experienced when I met him in 1998.
Sachin was often compared to Sir Don Bradman. Sachin Tendulkar was also invited by Don Bradman to come home. Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne met Sir Don Bradman on the 1998-99 Australia tour. Bradman had said that he had a glimpse of his batting in Sachin. "I saw Sachin's batting on TV, so I called my wife. I've never seen myself play, but I thought these players play as I used to play.
My wife saw Sachin's batting and she also felt that there was a lot of similarity between me and Sachin's batting. The technique was very similar to the style of stroke. Born in New South Wales on August 27, 1908, Bradman is considered the world's all-time great batsman. Under his captaincy, Australia began to make their mark in cricket. Bradman has an average of 99.94 in the Test and has a record so far. Bradman pitched 29 centuries and 13 half-centuries in his career. Bradman also scored 12 double centuries and 2 triple centuries. However, throughout his career, Bradman made just six sixes.
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