Arjun, Sachin Tendulkar's son, slammed the first century of his blooming career in the Mumbai Cricket Association's Under-14 selection trials held at the Cross Maidan in Mumbai on Saturday.
The 12-year old made 124 to help Khar Gymkhana beat Goregaon Centre by an innings and 21 runs and enter the final of the tournament. He hit 14 boundaries and a six during his knock.
Arjun, who is a left-hander unlike his father, had scored 64 runs in his previous match during this MCA summer vacation tournament that also serves as selection trials to the U-14 team.
Coming Up: Arjun practises with Sachin and Sehwag
It's not only Team India that is busy sweating it out at the nets in Australia, Arjun Tendulkar was spotted practicing with dad Sachin and India opener Virender Sehwag at an indoor facility in Melbourne.
Arjun chats with Sehwag who is all padded-up and ready for his own batting practice.
Coming Up: Arjun stars for his school team.
Arjun in October showcased his skills as a talented upcoming cricketer with a powerful performance for his school team. Arjun was seen wearing a helmet with the logo of his dad's IPL team, Mumbai Indians.
Playing for his school - Dhirubhai Ambani International School in a district sports tournament, Arjun scored 45 runs and also took 4 wickets to help his side to a victory.
Chaturbhuj Narsing Memorial School were at the receiving end of Arjun's all-round show in the T20 match.
Like Sachin, Arjun is also an opening batsman, only he plays left handed. He is also a quality bowler. Coming up Arjun practices with Yuvraj Singh at Lord's
While the Indian team was practising hard at the Lord's ground for its 100th Test against England, there was another player who caught everyone's eye for obvious reasons. Arjun, Sachin Tendulkar's 11-year-old son was seen practising with Yuvraj Singh. (AFP Photo)
Playing at Lord's is one of the most cherished dreams of every cricketer but Tendulkar Jr has accomplished it at a very young age. (AP Photo)
After a bowling session, Arjun was seen hitting the ball during a net practice held by India at the Lord's ground in London on July 20. (AP Photo)
A natural left-hander, the young Tendulkar was seen practising under his father's supervision. But it's not the first time. (AP Photo)
Arjun had also accompanied his father to South Africa earlier this year. He was seen in the nets with Sachin. (AFP Photo)
This was one net session that even Sachin Tendulkar would have only dreamt of when he started playing cricket.
But Arjun was at ease as he practiced alongside the big guns. (AFP Photo)
While the Indian team was busy slogging it out at the nets at the Newlands ground on Saturday, Arjun was seen practicing at the crease on a side net. (AFP Photo)
After a while, Tendulkar senior himself took charge of the throw-downs, while Arjun had a good time batting. (AFP Photo)
The 11-year-old also played with the other Team India members, starting with dashing opener Virender Sehwag. (AFP Photo)
A keen cricketer, Arjun had made headlines in January last year when he made his debut at the U-13 Cadency Trophy from MIGC Club in Pune. (AFP Photo)
Arjun Tendulkar, Sachin Tendulkar's son, made his debut at national level in the Cadence Trophy in Pune. Playing against the Cadence Cricket Academy, the 10-year old could not contribute much, as he fell short of his crease after a confusion with his opening partner.
Born on 24th September 1999, Arjun is often seen going to the stadium to watch his dad play and enthusiastically cheering for him! Here he is seen grabbing a bite during the innings break.
Arjun tendulkar, Sachin Tendulkar's son, walks back after his team lost to the Cadence Cricket Academy in Pune. Unlike his father, Arjun is a left handed batsman and can bowl left arm medium pace.
Arjun Tendulkar along with his teammates applaud a positive moment during MIG's batting. Arjun Tendulkar was accompanied by his mother Anjali Tendulkar to the venue who was seen cajoling her son after the match.
Sachin Tendulkar named his son Arjun on the Arjuna award that he was bestowed with in 1994 for his contribution to the game.
Sachin Tendulkar named his son Arjun inspired by the Arjuna award that he was bestowed with in the year 1994 for his contribution to the game of cricket.
Arjun Tendulkar, the legendar Sachin Tendulkar's son, has been training with coaches Chandu Bhatkar and Jagdish Chavan at MIG Club in Kalanagar for the past 5 months.
Arjun Tendulkar is seen with his team, as they get ready for their match against Cadence Cricket Academy in Pune.
Arjun Tendulkar packs his kit after his team, MIG Cricket Club, lost to the Cadence Cricket Academy.
An upset Tendulkar Junior watches his team's batsmen in action after he got out after a confusion with his opening partner.
A demoralized Arjun Tendulkar looks on as his team succumbs to the Cadence Cricket Academy in a 30-over match of the Cadence Trophy in Pune.
Junior Tendulkar packs his bag after his team, MIG, was beaten by the Cadence Cricket Academy. Arjun, a left handed batsman, was run-out as a result of a miscommunication with his opening partner.
Arjun's first run came off a shot played with a straight bat and the use of bottom hand, a technique that has taken his father to the pinnacle of success in the game of cricket.
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