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Sachin Tendulkar's official Facebook page receives a thumping welcome

India News Bulletin

India’s cricketing ace Sachin Tendulkar is no stranger to social media but had stayed away from Facebook. On September 10, the master blaster finally joined Facebook and received nearly 4.5 lakh “likes” on the first day and continues to garner more fans.

Official Sachin Tendulkar Facebook page
Official Sachin Tendulkar Facebook page
Image: (Sachin Tendulkar's Facebook cover photo)

Tendulkar has been recently facing unprecedented calls from his critics to retire from international cricket after failing to deliver in recent matches. However, the welcome he received on Facebook demonstrates the iconic figure he is in the world of cricket.

 “Hello friends, I'll like to welcome you to my Facebook family,” the page’s first entry read. In his short introduction, the master blaster said that he has chased his dream of winning the Cricket World Cup for 22 years. Tendulkar’s dream came true in 2011 when India lifted the World Cup on the home soil.

“I look forward to sharing my experience with you, join me on my Facebook so that we both can share this experience and go through this journey together,” the page further read.

The official Sachin Tendulkar Facebook page also has a brief history of the master blaster's cricketing achievements and the awards he has won so far. 

Earlier this year, 39-year-old Tendulkar scored his much awaited 100th international hundred in the Asia Cup match against Bangladesh. He is the first cricketer to achieve this feat. Tendulkar became the first batsman to score 15,000 runs in Test Cricket and has crossed 30,000 runs in international cricket. He also holds the world record for playing highest number of ODI and Test matches.

Tendulkar’s form and performance at the recent match against New Zealand led to many Indians question his cricketing future. But he has made it clear that retiring from cricket will be his decision alone and that he will do it when he is ready.  

In June 2012, he took the oath as a member of the Rajya Sabha, becoming the first active sportsman in India to do so.

The Mumbai-based cricketer also used Facebook as a platform to praise the Indian U-19 cricketing squad and its captain Unmukt Chand for winning the Under-19 World Cup in August

Sachin Tendulkar’s Facebook page is managed by Seven3Rockers, a telecommunications company. Although, Tendulkar made a belated debuted on Facebook, he has been an avid user of micro-blogging site Twitter. In fact, he took to Twitter to welcome his followers to his Facebook page. 

Find pictures, videos and Sachin’s views on cricket on the official Sachin Tendulkar Facebook page.

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