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Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh Pay Tribute To Sir Don Bradman On His Birth Anniversary

Sachin Tendulkar took to social media to pay tribute to former Australia cricketer Sir Don Bradman on his birth anniversary. Born on August 27, 1908, Bradman became one of the best Test batsman in cricket history. After his retirement, the New South Wales native became an administrator for Cricket Australia and died in 2001 at the age of 92 due to pneumonia. Posting an old picture of him with the Aussie great, Tendulkar tweeted, “The folklore of Sir Don Bradman’s batting genius is synonymous with excellence in sports. You will continue to inspire sports women and men forever. Thinking of you, Sir Don on your birth anniversary.”

The photo was well-received by fans. In the picture, Sachin can be seen enjoying a fan moment with Bradman.

Sachin’s former India teammate Yuvraj Singh also hailed the batting great.

He wrote, “Fondly remembering the great Sir Donald Bradman on his birthday. One of the greatest ever to have played the game who left behind a legacy of pure inspiration! #HappyBirthdayDonaldBradman”.

Cricket Australia’s social media handle also posted a vintage photo of Bradman and captioned it as, “The undisputed Greatest Of All Time. #OnThisDay in 1908, Sir Don Bradman was born.”

Indian Premier League (IPL) outfit Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) also wished the legend on his birth anniversary. Here is the tweet:

Here are the other reactions:

The former Australian cricketer has the highest batting average in Tests of 99.94. He also has the most double hundreds in cricket’s longest format with 12 double tons.

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