Sachin Tendulkar remembers his career, these 2 things are still regretted


New Delhi: Former cricketer of Team India Sachin Tendulkar is considered one of the greatest batsmen of the world. Master Blaster has made several records of batting in his career.

Malal left despite success

Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) scored 100 centuries in an international career, becoming the first and only cricketer to play 200 Tests. Sachin scored the most runs in ODIs and Tests. Despite such successes, he regrets some things.

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Sachin’s first regret

Sachin Tendulkar (Sachin Tendulkar) while talking to said- ‘I regret 2 things. The first was that I never played Sunil Gavaskar. When I was growing up, Mr. Gavaskar was my batting hero, it would always be malicious to not play with him in a team. Mr. Gavaskar took retirement 2 years before my debut.

Sachin’s second regret

Sachin further said, the second regret of my life is that I could not play in an international match against my childhood hero Sir Vivian Richards. Although Sir Richards retired in the year 1991, we had 2 years to cross, but both of us could not play against each other.

Sachin’s brilliant career

Sachin Tendulkar said goodbye to international career in the year 2013. He scored 15,921 runs in 200 Tests for Team India. He played his last Test match against the West Indies at his home ground Wankhede Stadium.


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