When Rohan Gavaskar made his debut for India, most people were expecting him to continue from where his legendary father left off. Sunil Gavaskar is one of the greatest batsman to have played the game and having his surname eventually proved to be too much for Rohan.
While he did make himself a good career in the game, he never represented his country enough and could not come anywhere near close to what his father achieved in cricket.
So people are a little cautious over Arjun Tendulkar, now that the little master’s son is coming to an age where his cricketing talent is getting noticed by people all around him.
Arjun is a left handed batsman and also bowls at a good clip, which is why he was selected in the Mumbai U-19 team as a fast bowling all-rounder. Arjun often bowls in the nets for the Indian team, as seen in the video.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 20, 2017
Arjun bowled a bouncer to Dhawan, who was beaten by pace and could not connect with the ball. Clearly there is some potential in Arjun!