I think your post is pathetic.Sanz said:Pathetic, If his tennis elbow has not healed, then what was he doing in Bangladesh ?? Let me guess he couldn't resist a chance to score couple of centuries against the minnows.
Seriously, I have lost lot of respect I had for him.
lol, I think he was referring to the injury. Anyway, I would like to fault the fact that Sachin played 2 and a half series because he was told he had recovered and now, that injury has come back again. I can understand why India need Sachin against Australia and SA but why couldn't he be rested against Bangladesh? It is not like he was needed for us to beat Bangladesh.Camel56 said:I think you'll find he plays cricket not tennis mate.
Excuse me camel but you were in the same situation.You were vomiting in the middle of the match and was coughing blood every second but you still decided to continue batting through out the inning.Perhaps that is what you said in one of your articles back a 2 months ago.Camel56 said:If you play cricket after twisting your ankle you're a fool. Why risk further, perhaps permanent injury by playing when you can rest and recover and come back just as good?
Welcome to Cricketweb It's a great cricket message board, but you'll find that Tendulkar is often unfairly heavily criticised on this board by many posters, both Indian and overseas cricket fans.dudeurfriend said:Hey people,it is not fair to cricticise that sachin was not given rest for bangladesh series.Hey to b fair on sachin,i think he was almost fully fit for the series against bangladesh.He might have thought that the series against bangladesh would b of a kind of dress rehersal ahead of the important series against Pakistan,but it turned otherway and he only aggravated his injury.....
You are right.Jono said:Welcome to Cricketweb It's a great cricket message board, but you'll find that Tendulkar is often unfairly heavily criticised on this board by many posters, both Indian and overseas cricket fans.