Arjun Tendulkar, son of Indian cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar has decided to pull out of the upcoming Mumbai T20 League. The reason being that Arjun is still working on his remodelled bowling action , The left-arm pacer made a call after consulting his father, who understood the 18-year-old’s situation and was of the same opinion Seemingly, Tendulkar has been roped in as the brand ambassador of the T20 League which will take place from March 11 to 21. Most of the key players could be occupied with the upcoming 2018 Nidahas Trophy T20 tri-nation series in Sri Lanka or the Irani Cup 2018, which is to be held in Nagpur. His body has grown very quickly in the last couple of years – you can see the difference in his growth almost every couple of months, and perhaps as a result of that, has suffered two back-to-back stress fractures, which saw him ruled out for almost a year. He’s gone through a lot. Every ball of his is monitored by his coach Atul Gaikwad, a Pune based-coach-cum-bio-mechanist, who has been working closely on his bowling action . Arjun wasn’t fully confident about his bowling action and hence decided to give the T20 league a miss. Tendulkar advised that if he wasn’t ready to compete, then he shouldn’t play in the league. The batting great felt that the tournament was a stage for him to perform, and not rectify his action.