By CricketCountry Staff
Mumbai: Oct 15, 2011
India’s star batsman Sachin Tendulkar has begun training a month after he was ruled out of action due to a toe injury during the One-Day International series in England.
Tendulkar visited the Bandra-Kurla Complex in Mumbai on Friday, where he was seen jogging lightly on the sidelines of a C. K. Nayudu Under-22 game between Mumbai and Gujarat, Hindustan Times reported.
Tendulkar also trained at the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA) Recreation Centre at Bandra.
The Little Master suffered recurrence of an inflammation to the bone in his big toe on the right foot, ahead of the first ODI against England at Cardiff, due to which he had to return to India.
The same injury kept him out of the Champions League Twenty20 tournament, which was won by his team Mumbai Indians.
Tendulkar could be aiming to get fit before the home series against the West Indies in November, which would help him prepare better for the Australia tour starting December 26.
The report also said Tendulkar might comeback for the fourth ODI against England, which will be played in Mumbai.