SACHIN TENDULKAR DIDN’T LIKE COMPUTERS IN DRESSING ROOM INITIALLY
Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar today said he was not too comfortable with the idea of having a computer in the dressing room but came to accept the device after realising how important an aid it was to plan and strategise better.
“I had already played for India for 12-13 years. This was in 2002-03, when computer was brought to our dressing room. We were told that computer is going to store all the data and you will have access to whatever you want to see. I asked what is the computer doing in the dressing room?” recollected Sachin during an event in Mumbai.
The batting icon, who retired from cricket recently, interacted with children and encouraged them to follow their dreams and work towards realising them during the event.