Putting an end to the speculation surrounding Sachin Tendulkar's health, Team India skipper Rahul Dravid on Saturday said the ace batsman was fine and practised indoors at the National Cricket Academy.
"He's fine. Just a little bit of flu, normal cold and cough. He batted indoors on Friday," Dravid told reporters at the end of the four-day cricket camp for the Ireland-bound 15-member one-day squad.
Tendulkar did not take part in the sessions yesterday and was confined to his hotel room. He came later than his teammates today and practised indoor while other batsmen had outdoor exercises. The bowlers, meanwhile, were guided through their paces by bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad.