Oct 10, 2013
Was a privilege & an honour to do battle with the little master on the field. But our friendship is something I cherish ! Good luck buddy
— Shane Warne (@warne888) October 10, 2013
Was lucky enough 2 b part of d team on his hundredth 100 match pic.twitter.com/ZtSgBSivpV
— Manoj Tiwary (@tiwarymanoj) October 10, 2013
— Parvinder Awana (@ParvinderAwana) October 10, 2013
What Sachin has done for india, cricket and sports in my view no one has done for any other sport. He will live fondly in our hearts forever
— Lalit Kumar Modi (@LalitKModi) October 10, 2013
“He has truly been an Ambassador for India and Indian Cricket. He has been an inspiration for generations of sportsmen not just cricketers. We respect his decision to retire although many of us can’t imagine an Indian team without Sachin.”
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The 5 wise men who first selected Sachin Tendulkar in 1989: RS Dungarpur, Akash Lal, Ramesh Saxena, GR Viswanath & Naren Tamhane
— Mohandas Menon (@mohanstatsman) October 10, 2013
— Kevin Pietersen (@KP24) October 10, 2013
Date is 10/10, retirement of a great jersey number 10 batsman.
— Nikhil Mane (@nikhiltait) October 10, 2013
No 10 will forever remain a symbol of extraordinary abilities. Should Sachin Tendulkar’s No 10 jersey be retired? Click Here to read more.
Sad to hear the greatest ever batsman is calling it a day. One man who inspired a nation #Sachin
— Eoin Morgan (@Eoin16) October 10, 2013
Not being able to play alongside him or not seeing him play in d future sounds scary #SachinTendulkar
— Irfan Pathan (@IrfanPathan) October 10, 2013
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And sachin you were never discussed in a selection committee since 15 so why give them the option after 23 years
— shishir hattangadi (@shishhattangadi) October 10, 2013
“He is done some extraordinary things on the cricket field. He set new and higher standards than before. Now he made his decision.
He and Lara are two outstanding batsmen of this era. He has the ability to play against everyone and make it look easy. He had the talent, the grace and shots. He would be in my all time World XI,” Gower to CNN-IBN.
The end of an epoch. The greatest Indian to wield a cricket Bat @sachin_rt announces retirement after Test#200. He has given us all so much
— Shashi Tharoor (@ShashiTharoor) October 10, 2013
“I rate Tendulkar as the closest player to Don Bradman in perfection. He will always be in my side as No 4,” Bird to CNN-IBN.
Time waits for know one as #Tendulkar prepares to say goodbye, been a privilege to play & coach against the little master one of the greats!
— Tom Moody (@TomMoodyCricket) October 10, 2013
“I have bowled him soo many times. Such a difficult task to single out one incident. As a personality he is very humble. When we met last time he said he said he wants to carry on. I congratulate him.” Muralitharan to Times Now.
Sunil Gavaskar on Sachin Tendulkar
“It’s such a big hole to fill. It’s not going to be easy. That No. 4 position in cricnket has been manned by the legends of the game and whoever is going to bat at No 4, My God, he is going to be under so much pressure to live up to the expectations.” Gavaskar to NDTV.
Remembering Sachin pic.twitter.com/WTJ8LUeXmM
— Gareth Copley (@garethcopley) October 10, 2013
met him two days ago, looked really relaxed, as he did at the champions league final. he has done right
— Harsha Bhogle (@bhogleharsha) October 10, 2013
To read full press release of Sachin Tendulkar’s retirement Click Here
Robin Singh: I believe he is probably the greatest player of my time. I have learnt a lot from him. To me, I will cherish him all the time having played.
— BCCI (@BCCI) October 10, 2013
Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar has announced that he will retire from the Tests following his impending 200th Test.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) tweeted about the development. BCCI also released a press release with Tendulkar’s statement. CricketCountry brings you live updates and reactions from players.