Agency New Delhi: Batting great Sachin Tendulkar has terminated his association with Spartan Sports, in which he was an investor and an advisory board member, after the company defaulted on payments running into crores. The 45-year-old Tendulkar, who holds a plethora of records in international cricket, was signed up by the Sydney-based company in 2016. It was co-founded by Indian entrepreneur Kunal Sharma. Besides Tendulkar, the company has also signed other leading names from the sport, such as India’s World Cup-winning captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, big-hitting West Indies opener Chris Gayle and Eoin Morgan among others. A recent court ruling in Australia ordered the sports gear and equipment company to be liquidated, which in turn could affect the players associated with Spartan Sports. Well-placed sources said a few cricketers suffered financial losses after the company defaulted on their payments.
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