Cricketers from all over the World pay tribute to Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar announced his retirement from ODI cricket on Sunday © Getty Images

Mumbai: Dec 23, 2012

Sachin Tendulkar, who on Sunday announced retirement from One-Day Internationals, was congratulated by many cricketers around the globe for his glorious career that spanned over 23 years.

Tendulkar brought an end to an illustrious career in coloured kits that has spread across two decades.
Various cricketers have come out and praised him and have conveyed their heart-felt messages to the great man on Twitter.
 
Yuvraj Singh: In my heart and fellow indians! The pride of our country I salute to u for ur contribution to indian cricket. Emotional time ! Letting sachin go from one dayers ! 18 thousand plus runs ur jaw drops when u c those records , master u will always live

Pragyan Ojha: The pride of our country ,I salute you for ur contribution to indian cricket @sachin_rt.

Parthiv Patel: Words cant describe his greatness…true legend…greatest batsman ever to play cricket…grt grt grt human being..#respect

Harbhajan Singh: Sachin tendulkar a grt batsman.grt human being.a grt frnd.grt man 2 look up 2.proud indian.Real son of india.I salute u nd luv u
 
RP Singh: The legend’s retirement will be a void felt not only in Indian cricket but World cricket. #RetireTheJerseyNo10

Suresh Raina: “The reason for playing cricket. The reason for watching cricket. Sachin Tendulkar….. No words.. Love you Paji pic.twitter.com/VF4ySwib”

Rohit Sharma: My mentor my hero my friend and my reason for falling in love with the sport. Truly heartbroken

Rahul Sharma: “Sad that I won’t be able to see sachin tendulkar paaji on the field fr an ODI again but a huge salute to him and his craft.

Ravi Bopara: Well done to @sachin_rt on his amazing ODI career. Inspiration to millions if not billions. We will never see another Sachin in our lifetime

Hashim Amla: Conclusion of a sterling ODI career from a wonderful batsman. Congrats Sachin Tendulkar

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