Arjun Tendulkar switches sides

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His domestic team’s transfer before the domestic season was due to a lack of playing time. Arjun Tendulkar, son of legendary cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, is anticipated to play for Goa in the 2019 season. Tendulkar Junior submitted for a Mumbai Cricket Association No Objection Certificate (NoC) on Thursday as part of the transfer procedure (MCA). Arjun has indicated interest in representing the state as a professional player for the upcoming season, according to Goa Cricket Association secretary Vipul Phadke, who spoke to The Indian Express. He approached us because he wanted to play for Goa in the upcoming season. We instructed him to obtain a NoC from MCA first, which he did today. His skill and fitness exam will be conducted as scheduled.Arjun was chosen by the MCA senior selection committee last year when Mumbai reached the Ranji Trophy final, but he didn’t play in any games. The left-arm bowler was signed by the Mumbai Indians of the Indian Premier League (IPL) after being selected for the India under-19 squad as a youngster. Arjun hasn’t, however, yet joined the MI starting XI.

By Subhechcha Ganguly