When Sunil Gavaskar exclaimed angrily in the midst of Beamer’s shower, “I don’t want to die here, I want to go home and see my son”
Sunil Gavaskar was able to see his son Rohan after two and a half months.
Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) was on a tour of the West Indies when his son was born. The series was being played between India and the West Indies in 1976, when Rohan Gavaskar was born. Former Indian cricketer Anshuman Gaikwad has told this story of Sunil
new Delhi. The paternity leave of Virat Kohli, the captain of the Indian cricket team, remains in the headlines these days. Virat Kohli and his Bollywood actress wife Anushka Sharma (Anushka Sharma) are ready to welcome their first child in January 2021. On the birth of his first child, he wants to live with his wife and family. In such a situation, he has taken a paternity leave from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).
He will return to India after playing the first Test match in Adelaide on the Australia tour (India vs Australia). Virat Kohli’s paternity leave is witnessing a mixed reaction among cricket fans and fans. Some are telling it the right decision and supporting it, while some are also saying it wrong. But there have been many cricketers who could not live with their family at the birth of their child. The list of such players is long. One of these names is also of Sunil Gavaskar.Recently, Kapil Dev told that Sunil Gavaskar could not see his son for many months. Gavaskar (Sunil Gavaskar) was on a tour of the West Indies when his son was born. The series was being played between India and the West Indies in 1976, when Rohan Gavaskar was born. Former Indian cricketer Anshuman Gaikwad has told about this story of Sunil Gavaskar about how he was getting upset due to not being able to meet his son.
Anshuman Gaekwad told that Gavaskar wanted to come to India to see his son, as India’s next series was in the West Indies after two weeks, but the BCCI did not allow him. The BCCI asked Gavaskar to go to the West Indies along with the rest of the team, who said that Gavaskar was able to see his son Rohan (Rohan Gavaskar) after two and a half months.
Its anger and depression increased further on the West Indies tour. The five Indians were rushed to the hospital by bouncers and beamers of West Indies bowlers. Gavaskar’s opening partner Anshunaman Gaikwad wrote in a column written in the Daily Guardian that Gavaskar remembers making fun of bouncers and beamers complaining to the umpire.
- He told, “On Gavaskar’s complaint, the umpire had said that we are not accustomed to playing short ball, on which the former batsman became even more angry. I was appealing to him to be calm, because I had seen him angrily for the first time. “Gaekwad told that Gavaskar told me,” I don’t want to die here. I want to go home and see my son. ”