Sachin recalls his 'greatest lesson' on Teachers' Day

Sachin Tendulkar shares a memorable incident from his school days, involving his coach. Also, P. V. Sindhu tweets that she "hates" her teacher, P. Gopichand.

Sachin Tendulkar with his coach Ramakant Achrekar at a felicitation in Mumbai. The batting legend considers his coach's inputs were one of the major reasons for his great success in international cricket.   -  PTI

"It's not necessary that you have to clap for them; just take care of your cricket, do something good, and people will clap for you."

This advice, which his coach, Ramakant Achrekar, gave him when he was at school, Sachin Tendulkar reminisced on Teachers' Day.

 

Achrekar, Sachin recalled in a video on his Twitter handle, had asked him to bat at No. 4 for the senior team at a Harris Shield match. Sachin, then a junior player, went to the Wankhede to see the senior team already batting. So, he just sat and cheered for them. Achrekar, arriving a while later, wasn't pleased to see his ward not playing the game. That was when he advised little Sachin.

The advice, Sachin said on Tuesday, was the greatest lesson of his life.

Also, here's Virat Kohli's tribute to the greats of the game:

Find out why P. V. Sindhu "hates" her teacher, Gopichand:

 

Virender Sehwag thanking his teachers:

And, the newly appointed sports minister sharing a Billy Graham quote: