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Thursday, November 29, 2012


Helllo, Guys …

I am here to share my view after a while now. Recently it is heard that Sachin met Sandip Patil, chief selector of BCCI to discuss his future. It is told that he asked the board to take a call on his career if they think so.

Sachin hasn’t scored a century since last 15 games and in his last 10 innings he hasn’t scored a single 50. It’s also fact that during his last 10 innings he has just scored 153 runs but before that he played 9 games in which he didn’t get a 100 but scored decent. He had scored 717 runs in 17 innings of 9 games which include six 50s and out of those two were 90s. According to me this figure are not that bad that it is hyped. It’s true that he is not getting good scores for last six games but that is not a big issue. Every player has to pass from rough phase. Sometimes you perform and sometime you can’t.  

Before start of this series everywhere there was the same discussion, Sachin is not getting runs, he should retire, etc etc. but he had failed in just 4 innings. Just because of his age everyone starts talking about his retirement instead of waiting for him to get back into form. Everyone is watching Sachin very closely and if he fails for 3-4 innings, they start putting pressure on this legend.

It’s my humble request to true followers of the game that be patient and leave Sachin alone with his game for some time, It’s my strong belief that it’s just matter of time for him to come back with a bang. He knows his game batter than anyone else and when he feels he don’t deserve a place in the team, believe me, he will call it a day immediately.

Just imagine the cricket without Sachin Tendulkar. It will never be the same again when he retires. Those who criticize him do criticize because they have not seen this game without Sachin. When the time comes I can bet he will leave them also in tears. Such players born once in a generation so just enjoy the presence of this man on the cricket field and pray to the god that we get few more years to see him playing.

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Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Sachin: No politics, cricket is my life

Breaking his silence over being nominated to the Rajya Sabha, cricketer Sachin Tendulkar cleared the air on the subject and said cricket would always remain his priority. “I am not a politician, but a sportsman and will always remain one. Cricket is my life and I will not give it up for politics,” said Tendulkar, speaking after being felicitated in Pune by a private firm for completing 100 cricket centuries.

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Thursday, April 26, 2012

Sachin Tendulkar, greatest ever to have played: Kevin Pietersen

Sachin Tendulkar, greatest ever to have played: Kevin Pietersen
NOIDA: England batsman Kevin Pietersen reckons that Sachin Tendulkar is the "greatest ever" to have played the game of cricket.

Pietersen was here on a visit to Amity University campus, where he gave tips to budding cricketers.

Later in an interaction with the students, Pietersen was asked about his team's strategy against Tendulkar when they take on Mumbai Indians in their next Indian Premier League match tomorrow.

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I can feel the pressure of bowling against Sachin: Nadeem

  I can feel the pressure of bowling against Sachin: NadeemNew Delhi: It`s not everyday that a domestic cricketer gets an opportunity to bowl to a legend like Sachin Tendulkar in a competitive match and talented Jharkhand left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem is the first one to admit that there is a lot of pressure on him.
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Sachin Tendulkar meets Sonia Gandhi, recommended for Rajya Sabha seat

NEW DELHI: Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar and actress of yesteryear Rekha are among four eminent persons who have been recommended for nomination as members of Rajya Sabha. 39-year-old Tendulkar, who has brought many a laurel to the country through his exploits in the game,

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A signed bat by Sachin one of my valuable possessions: Cameron

British Prime Minister David Cameron has said that one of his prime possessions from his trip to India in July 2010 was a signed cricket bat given to his daughter Nancy by Sachin Tendulkar. Speaking at the launch of the Conservative Friends of India here last night, Cameron revealed that during his trip to India soon after he took over as Prime Minister, iconic batsman Tendulkar signed a cricket bat for his daughter and that became one his valuable possessions.
"One of my proudest possessions from that trip (to India in July 2010) is a signed cricket bat to my daughter Nancy from Sachin Tendulkar," Cameron said. "I found my wife in the garden at Chequers (PM's week-end residence) the other day playing French cricket with this cricket bat. And I said, "no darling, put it down, this is probably the most valuable possession I have"," he revealed.
Source: Agencies

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Photos: IPL 2012 Mubai Indians' stunning victory against Punjab.

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Photos:Sachin celebrating 39th Birthday

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Sachin Tendulkar has taught how to approach the game – Kieron Pollard

Trinidadian cricketer Kieron Pollard said the advantage of playing with Mumbai Indians (MI) is that he gets to play and learn with the Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar, whose experience and knowledge has been helpful for the team.
“He has taught us a lot – how to approach a game, how to deal with different scenarios… He has passed on his knowledge to us. There’s so much to learn from him,” said Pollard.

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Sachin Tendulkar's tweets about yesterday's game.

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Sachin Tendulkar credits youngsters for stunning win

Mohali: Sachin Tendulkar acknowledged the brilliant batting effort by the young batsmen of Mumbai Indians as they recorded a stunning four-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab in an IPL match on Wednesday.

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Sachin Tendulkar has been the pillar of strength for me: Yuvraj Singh

As Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 39th birthday on Tuesday, Yuvraj Singh paid tribute to the Master Blaster, saying he was like an elder brother, a friend, a philosopher and a guide to him.

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Tuesday, April 24, 2012

God's Latter to Sachin Tendulkar

प्रिय सचिन,

"तुम्हे जन्मदिन की बहोत बहोत शुभकामनाये " 
तुम हाँ तुम ही वो इन्सान हो जिसे मैंने अपनी क्रिकेट खेलने की ख्वाहिश की वजह से धरती पर भेजा.
हर दिन हर पल तुम्हे देखकर मैं अपना ख्वाब जी रहा हु. 
तुम में हर वो

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Monday, April 23, 2012


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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Sachin's Special Photo: Roaring Tigers.

Roaring Lions !!!
What is the best caption in your opinion? Lets have your feedback.....

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Friday, April 20, 2012

Tendulkar: My finger is good now

Mumbai Indians stalwart Sachin Tendulkar tells MiD DAY his injury has healed; is likely to play next IPL-V game vs Kings XI Punjab

Here's some good news for Sachin Tendulkar and Mumbai Indians fans. The batting legend confirmed to MiD DAY that his right index finger has healed. “It (finger) is good now,”

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Saturday, March 31, 2012

Sachin Tendulkar joins Mumbai Indians camp after toe check-up

Sachin Tendulkar joins Mumbai Indians camp after toe check-up

MUMBAI: Skipper Sachin Tendulkar on Saturday formally joined Mumbai Indians' conditioning camp for the upcoming Indian Premier League campaign at their home ground, Wankhede stadium. 

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

Sachin Tendulkar meets Yuvraj Singh in London

New Delhi: Sachin Tendulkar, who is in London for a routine check-up of an old toe injury, paid a visit to his India team-mate Yuvraj Singh while in the city.  

Yuvraj, who is undergoing treatment for rare germ cell cancer, recently

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Photos: The big Ambani Party for Sachin Tendulkar

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