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Thread: Should Sachin Tendulkar retire from International Cricket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Comment made on 29/01/2007 TBF. I'll be honest, when he got 2 hundreds in Bangladesh on the next India tour after that, I thought it might be a nice way to bow out... but after the England tour, I could tell the old Tendulkar was starting to come back.
    Tendulkar has just been awesome in 2010.

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    But I still feel that if he goes now it would be great for his own name. He will bow out like Richard Hadlee.

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    Quote Originally Posted by smalishah84 View Post
    But I still feel that if he goes now it would be great for his own name. He will bow out like Richard Hadlee.
    Nah he won't. He desperately wants to win a TEST series in AUS i feel.

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    Yes he should. But then so should Virat Kohli in like 18 years' time.


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    Sachin got 50 international hundreds in 2000 Nov.

    Since 1 Dec 2010, he has scored 46 international tons at an average of 52.5 from 281 matches. Totaling 16,081 international runs.
    Tendulkar

    As a comparison, here are the numbers for Ponting, Kallis and Dravid, who people widely regard as better batsmen in the 2000s.

    Ponting - 19,845 runs and 55 tons @ 48.63 from 380 matches

    Kallis - 16,835 runs and 43 tons @ 54.13 from 311 matches

    Dravid - 15,100 matches and 28 tons @ 47.04 from 313 matches


    So inspite of playing significantly lesser matches due to age, his numbers are still right up there with players who are considered as the top batsman in this decade and has carved himself a nice enough argument for being the top batsman in this decade too.

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    He's still in top quality form, so he shouldn't quit now.

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    I don't know about now, but the WC will probably be his last OD dig and he'll probably drift out of tests within the next 12 months.
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    Will be filthy if he tours here again after everyone turned out to wave him off last time. More Australian farewell tours than John Farnham FFS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Will be filthy if he tours here again after everyone turned out to wave him off last time. More Australian farewell tours than John Farnham FFS.
    he did say something like " i dont know why the crowds keep giving me ovations.... maybe they think it's the last time i'll be playing here"
    I'm sure he'll tour down under once more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Will be filthy if he tours here again after everyone turned out to wave him off last time. More Australian farewell tours than John Farnham FFS.




    Quote Originally Posted by centurymaker View Post
    he did say something like " i dont know why the crowds keep giving me ovations.... maybe they think it's the last time i'll be playing here"
    I'm sure he'll tour down under once more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Will be filthy if he tours here again after everyone turned out to wave him off last time. More Australian farewell tours than John Farnham FFS.
    Haha, Sachin was very confused by the farewell ovations tbf.

    And you know you want him to tour here so we can go see the Sydney test together, and I'll clap in your face when Sachin scores his 60th test ton
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    I'll clap louder when it confirms an Australian whitewash
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    stfu you'll never hang out with me.

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    That was what I meant douche

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    No idea who you're talking to mate

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