Indian cricket legend once again stressed that no one should tell him when to retire. Sachin Tendulkar revealed this when he interacted with the media to share thoughts about cricket, 100th ton and future.
‘Presenty, I’m still having strength to give some extraordinary knock for the sake of country. I’ll consider retirement when I lose interest in the game’, Sachin said. He dismissed the advises of many seniors and came sharply on them that persons who hadn’t even knocked a single century in cricket are advising him, but he is fine with them as long as he can tolerate. Reacting on his 100th ton, Sachin said that he looked at bat and asked God that why did it take such a long time to come. However, little-master added that there were no celebrations for his 100th ton, as India lose that match to Bangladesh in which he got the feat.
Sachin also express his wish by resting it in god’s hands and people’s prayers about playing for India in 2015 world cup. Talking about the poor form of team he stated that the solutions cannot be described in 3-4 sentences. ‘We became number one team by following many strategies, and now that we are lagging behind, we need to rework on them’, Sachin concluded.