Injury not serious: Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar suffered an injury scare but will be available for India’s next World Cup match. He consulted a doctor just as a precautionary measure and there are no serious fitness concerns. India meet England in a crucial league fixture in Bangalore on Sunday

By Cricket Country Staff

Mumbai: Feb 22, 2011

Sachin Tendulkar suffered an injury sacre but will be available for India’s next World Cup match. He consulted a doctor just as a precautionary measure and there are no serious fitness concerns. India meet England in a crucial league fixture in Bangalore on Sunday.

“It was just a precautionary measure. There is nothing to worry at all,” Tendulkar said when asked about reports of injury and his meeting with a doctor. Tendulkar met doctors at Bandra’s Lilavati Hospital where he underwent an MRI scan on the left knee.

Tendulkar stayed back in Mumbai, while rest of the team flew to Bangalore from Dhaka on Sunday. He will join his mates on Tuesday. “I’m going to continue with my normal team schedule,” Tendulkar confirmed. He became the most capped ODI player during India’s World Cup opener against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Saturday.

By Cricket Country Staff

Mumbai: Feb 22, 2011

Sachin Tendulkar suffered an injury scare but will be available for India’s next World Cup match. He consulted a doctor just as a precautionary measure and there are no serious fitness concerns. India meet England in a crucial league fixture in Bangalore on Sunday.

“It was just a precautionary measure. There is nothing to worry at all,” Tendulkar said when asked about reports of injury and his meeting with a doctor. Tendulkar met doctors at Bandra’s Lilavati Hospital where he underwent an MRI scan on the left knee.

Tendulkar stayed back in Mumbai, while rest of the team flew to Bangalore from Dhaka on Sunday. He will join his mates on Tuesday. “I’m going to continue with my normal team schedule,” Tendulkar confirmed. He became the most capped ODI player during India’s World Cup opener against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Saturday.

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