Former Indian captain and batting legend Sachin Tendulkar expanded support to former Australian rival Glenn McGrath, a day before the’pink test’ between Australia and India began in Sydney. Master Blaster presented a signed India Test jersey to McGrath to be auctioned by the’McGrath Foundation’.
Taking it to Twitter, Tendulkar shared a photo with a former Australian facer, both holding signed jerseys.
“We are pleased to support @McGrathFdn’s noble endeavor during #PinkTest to help breast cancer patients. It was wonderful to meet Glenn McGrath after a long time. “I want to do my best with him and his team, especially the nurses who are the backbone of this initiative,” wrote Tendulkar, working best with Mcgrath.
The tweet looks like this:
New Year’s Eve The Sydney Test is known as the’Pink Test’ because it primarily raises funds for the McGrath Foundation. It is a breast cancer charity formed by the former Australian Pacer in honor of his deceased wife, Jane.
Prior to the iconic pink test, the McGrath Foundation urged Australia to remain’pink’ in the pink test by buying a virtual pink sheet to raise $1 million to fund McGrath breast care nurses.
McGrath asked people across Australia to purchase virtual pink sheets to support breast cancer patients.
“The pink test has become a nationwide phenomenon, and we always look forward to helping people pink with our hoods to help them bathe SCG in pink. This is an iconic show that supports people suffering from breast cancer and raises desperately needed funds for the McGrath Foundation. . But the reality is that this year’s pink test will look a little different. There will be fewer people in the crowd, and sadly we won’t have much-loved volunteers on earth to raise donations,” McGrath said in a statement.
Recognized as one of the largest charitable sporting events in the world over the past 13 years, the Pink Test partnership between the McGrath Foundation, Cricket Australia, and the SCG Trust symbolizes the best of the sport that comes together to make a difference for those with breasts. cancer.
In the 3rd India vs. Australia 3rd exam, Steve Smith looked dangerous, and his faculty Marnus Labuschagne was here half a century of undefeated, reaching 166 for 2 on the opening day due to the rain of the 3rd exam here. It was after his lucky debut, Will Pukovsky, scored 62 points at the time of his debut, breaking the shackles of the Underfire side.
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