Mumbai, Jan 5: The Master is back to work. Yes, Sachin Tendulkar, after spending time with his family in Mussoorie, is back in cricket practice preparing for the Ranji Trophy quarter-finals.
Tendulkar was at the Wankhede Stadium on Friday (January 4). He had more than 30 minutes of batting in the 'nets'. He was at the stadium early in the morning, arriving in his blue BMW car as few fans and journalists watched the 39-year-old in training.
This was the first time after his One Day International retirement that Tendulkar was back on a cricket field. He had bid adieu to ODIs on December 23 and after that left for Mussoorie with his family.
Mumbai will face Baroda in Ranji Trophy last-eight game at Wankhede Stadium from January 6, Sunday.
Here are the images of Tendulkar at Wankhede Stadium.