<div class="img-caption-wrap "> <img alt="Arjun Tendulkar should be allowed to enjoy his cricket: Rohan Gavaskar" src="https://st2.cricketcountry.com/wp-content/uploads/cricket/image_20130113124428.jpg" title="Arjun Tendulkar should be allowed to enjoy his cricket: Rohan Gavaskar" /> <p class="imgcaptionnew" style="width:618px;"> Rohan Gavaskar doesn't want Arjun Tendulkar (above) to be weighed on the same scale as his legendary father © Getty Images</p> </div> <strong>Lahli (Haryana): Oct 29, 2013 </strong><br /> <br /> Well aware of the burden of expectations that comes with a legendary surname, former India player <a href="/tags/Rohan-Gavaskar/post" target="_blank">Rohan Gavaskar</a> is miffed at the way the cricket fraternity is following each and every move of <a href="/tags/Sachin-Tendulkar/post" target="_blank">Sachin Tendulkar</a>'s 14-year-old son, Arjun.<br /> <br /> Clearly not in a mood to discuss the progress made by the junior Tendulkar in school level cricket, Rohan said the kid should be left alone and allowed to "enjoy" his cricket.<br /> <br /> "This is something I do not wish to discuss. I don't want to talk about it," Rohan said at first.<br /> <br /> Prodded a bit and the son of the legendary <a href="/tags/Sunil-Gavaskar/post" target="_blank">Sunil Gavaskar</a> said, "The kid should be left alone, let him enjoy his cricket. I have spoken to Sachin, I have spoken to Anjali [Tendulkar] about it. This is not fair on them."<br /> <br /> While his father is considered to be one of India's finest ever batsman, the 37-year-old Rohan couldn't really reach those dizzy heights during a cricket career spanning over a decade and a half.<br /> <br /> Rohan played in 11 One-Day Internationals, with 54 being his best. With 6,938 runs and 18 centuries in 117 matches, his First-Class record stands a lot better. He had also captained <a href="/tags/Bengal/post" target="_blank">Bengal </a>for two seasons. Gavaskar had retired from First-Class cricket last year.<br /> <br /> Now a cricket commentator, Rohan shared the box with his father during the current ODI series against Australia, against whom he made his One-day debut in January 2004.<br /> <br /> Knowing well that constant comparison could be a problem, Rohan doesn't want Arjun to be weighed on the same scale as his legendary father when he grows up.<br /> <br /> Arjun, who bats left-handed, had scored a century in the Mumbai Cricket Association's Under-14 selection trials in May last year.