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“The Wall Is Finally In The HALL”: Sachin Tendulkar At His Witty Best On Twitter

“The Wall Is Finally In The HALL”: Sachin Tendulkar At His Witty Best On Twitter
Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. (Source – Sachin Tendulkar's Twitter account)


“The Wall Is Finally In The HALL”: Sachin Tendulkar At His Witty Best On Twitter

This is how Tendulkar congratulated Dravid on his latest achievement.

Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar seems to be having his share of fun off the field these days. A quick look at his recent Twitter activity certainly makes it appear so!

Here is what he posted on Tuesday, a day after former Indian cricketer Rahul Dravid was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame.

Rahul Dravid became only the fifth Indian to make it to the hallowed list, with the ICC commending his contribution to Indian cricket. Tendulkar and Dravid have played many memorable matches for the country; they were together in the Indian national team over a considerable period of time.

(Read – Rahul Dravid Inducted Into ICC Cricket Hall Of Fame)

And this is what Tendulkar had tweeted earlier in the day.

Sachin Tendulkar has 26.7 million followers on Twitter and is fairly regular when it comes to wishing current and former sportspersons, actors, and singers on their birthday and complimenting them on their achievements.

He often uses Twitter to espouse the cause of saving the environment, like he did here, on World Environment Day, saying, “There is no Plan(et) ‘B’…”

He had recently used Twitter to express his concern over the the use of two new balls in One Day International (ODI) matches.

Last week, Tendulkar had launched the #KitUpChallenge, nominating, among others, India’s Test and One Day International captain Virat Kohli.

Kohli was quick to respond, saying that he was kitting up to play the sport he loved. He, in turn, nominated wicketkeeper-batsman Parthiv Patel.

When he is not dominating the bowlers, Kohli takes time off to share photos on social media. Here are some of his recent posts on Twitter.

Kohli, who has 25.7 m followers on Twitter, is equally active on Instagram, where he has 22.6 m following him.

While sportspersons, particularly cricketers, usually confine their engagement on social media to their game, Bollywood stars and filmmakers often use it to promote their upcoming projects.

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