new Delhi: From 17 December, Virat Sena will start the Test series against Australia. After losing the ODI series in the T20, the Indian team is eyeing the Border Gavaskar Trophy. However, this time, like last time, this trophy will come to India, only time will tell.
Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar has told an interesting anecdote related to the Border Gavaskar Trophy. This is from 16 years ago. In 2003-04, when the Indian team was on a tour of Australia, how did a song make Sachin a superstar with a flop. Actually at that time, Team India was to play a four-match Test series and in the first three matches of the series, Sachin bat’s bat was calm. He scored 0, 1, 37, 0 and 44 runs in the last five innings respectively. The last match was to start in Sydney from 2 January and there was a lot of pressure on Sachin.
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Sachin Tendulkar batted brilliantly in the fifth Test in Sydney and scored 241 not out. In 2003, Tendulkar, who was struggling with bad form, started his new year with his third double century. Thanks to his innings, the Indian team managed to draw the series 1–1.
One song changed luck
Sachin Tendulkar has told that during the 5th Test in Sydney, he had heard a song and he had been listening to the same songs for five days of the test.
Summer of 69 by Bryan Adams. During travel, breakfast, lunch, dinner, while returning to the hotel, before the batting started and everywhere in the dressing room, Sachin had heard only one song. In this Test, he played one of the best innings of his career.
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This has happened with Sachin Tendulkar in 2003 too. In the 2003 World Cup, Sachin was the highest run-scorer. He scored 673 runs which is a record till date. Sachin has told that during that World Cup he had heard the album Lucky Ali Sur which he liked very much.