Sachin Tendulkar has been hospitalized as a matter of abundant precaution under medical advice. The legendary former cricketer a week ago was tested COVID-19 positive. After the conclusion of the Road Safety World super series, Tendulkar and a few other Indian legends player were tested COVID-19 positive.
Sachin Tendulkar Gets Hospitalized
The little master had led the Indian legends team to the title in Raipur against Sri Lanka in the final. The fans were shocked after only a few days Tendulkar on Twitter revealed the news of his diagnosis on Twitter and had requested his fans and well-wishers to be careful.
Talking about the Road Safety World super series all the concerned players were in a bio-secure bubble throughout the tournament. However, the tournament had the presence of fans in the stands during matches throughout which surprised everyone.
Apart from Sachin Tendulkar, Irfan and Yusuf Pathan were also tested COVID-19 positive who were part of the India legends side in the tournament. Now, Tendulkar on Twitter asserted that he has been hospitalized and once again urged his devotees to be careful during these COVID-19 times.
“Thank you for your wishes and prayers. As a matter of abundant precaution under medical advice, I have been hospitalised. I hope to be back home in a few days. Take care and stay safe everyone. Wishing all Indians & my teammates on the 10th anniversary of our World Cup win”, wrote Sachin Tendulkar
Thank you for your wishes and prayers. As a matter of abundant precaution under medical advice, I have been hospitalised. I hope to be back home in a few days. Take care and stay safe everyone.
Wishing all Indians & my teammates on the 10th anniversary of our World Cup 🇮🇳 win.
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) April 2, 2021
Meanwhile, after the announcement fans on Twitter wished Sachin Tendulkar a speedy recovery and he can overcome this battle as he did on the cricket field during his 24 years long career. Recently, the India women team’s T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur also tested positive for COVID-19 after the conclusion of the home series against the South Africa women’s team.