Back to where it started from, Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli met their guru Ramakant Achrekar ahead of the TMGA camps in Mumbai. Tendulkar and Kambli are out in the maidaans of Mumbai in search of the next big thing in cricket and they paid a visit to their coach Achrekar which should give goals to youngsters about the importance of respecting your teachers. Tendulkar took to Instagram to share the picture and it was captioned, “A special afternoon with the person who taught us so much and made us who we are. His blessings are all we need to kick-off the TMGA Mumbai camps tomorrow.” Also Read - Sachin Tendulkar to Virat Kohli, Sardar Singh to Abhinav Bindra: India's Sporting Community Pays Tribute to 'Rare Role Model' Balbir Singh Sr.

Tendulkar and Kambli started out their cricketing journeys together in the maidaans of Mumbai and it seems they want to give back something to the game in their own way. They want to play Ramakant Achrekar to aspiring young cricketers which is a great initiative.

In 1988, two boys (Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli) with a never-seen-before appetite for runs etched their names in record books with a 664-run partnership in schools cricket. Sachin Tendulkar, two months short of 15, and Vinod Kambli, 16, announced their arrival with individual scores of 326 not out and 349 not out for Shardashram Vidyamandir against St Xavier’s High School, Fort, in the Harris Shield semi-final played at Sassanian ground at Azad Maidan between February 23 and 25, 1988.