‘Salute to the spirit of human patience,’ VVS Laxman lauds specially-abled youngster bowling at nets

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Laxman had previously lauded a mathematics trainer in Ladakh who is making sure his college students attain no longer fail to imprint significant even supposing he has tested trot for COVID-19, announcing his spirit is an inspiration.

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Updated: Might per chance 24, 2020 16: 19 IST

Specially-abled youngster bowling on the nets.(Twitter)

A video of a specially-abled youngster defying odds to bowl on the nets amazed batting sizable V.V.S Laxman because the mature ace batsman took to social media, saluting the spirit of human patience and strength.

Laxman on Sunday shared a video on his official Twitter address where a specially-abled youngster is seen bowling on the nets.

“The human spirit is one of ability, perseverance and courage that no field can come by away. Salute to the spirit of human patience and strength,” he mentioned in his tweet along with the video.

The human spirit is one of ability, perseverance and courage that no field can come by away. Salute to the spirit of human patience and strength 🙏 pic.twitter.com/Y9im5mWJDm

— VVS Laxman (@VVSLaxman281) Might per chance 24, 2020

Laxman had previously lauded a mathematics trainer in Ladakh who is making sure his college students attain no longer fail to imprint significant even supposing he has tested trot for COVID-19, announcing his spirit is an inspiration.

“Kifayat Hussain, a Maths trainer from Leh tested trot for Covid19, despite this he has been taking on-line classes for his college students from the isolation centre. Such spirit is an inspiration,” Laxman had tweeted with an image of the actual person.

Laxman is also doing on-line classes with Bengal cricketers as he is the batting guide for Cricket Affiliation of Bengal’s mission Imaginative and prescient Programme.

Laxman also honest no longer too long ago recalled the “most interesting battle” he has seen on a cricket self-discipline between two masters of the sport – Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne.

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