He says Virendar Sehwag comes close to his style. Weird.
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[Warne is] the greatest bowler ever produced in this entire world - Muttiah Muralidaran
[Warne is] the greatest bowler of all time - Glenn McGrath
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Warne is the greatest cricketer to pick up a ball ever.
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What do people think about his suggestion to split 50-50 into 4 innings of 25 each. I initially assumed that the teams continue with what their score was after the first 25 overs. That would make that a pretty good idea, I believe. But, reading some reports it seems like he is suggesting 2 25-25 matches, which I think just kills the purpose of 50-50.
one question, i saw a interview of sachin from 1988 and he was totally a black kid then even with afro hair
now he is much fairer, did he go through the same process as Michael Jackson?
^ it was sachin 100%
That interview you looked at was with Tom Alter. It is a bit dark in the video, else he would have looked fair. He has been fair all his life.
He used to have really curly hair earlier. As a very small kid, he idolised John McEnroe and even put a head band and with that curly hair, it looks very sweet.
Try to get hold of this book - Making of a Cricketer by Ajit Tendulkar which has a lot of pictures of Tendulkar as a kid (or you might find pictures of a young Tendulkar off the internet).
I would love to see Tendulkar as a black afro man though. The idea appeals to me.
EDIT - This is the interview you are referring to mate. It is in sepia as you can see -
YouTube - young sachin tendulkar 1st interview ever intervied by tom alter
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