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    Sachin Tendulkar Might Retire Soon? will assess in November


    BIG NEWS is that Sachin Tendulkar has retired from the ODI Cricket!!!

    Sachin Tendulkar might not be seen on Cricket Ground or might be seen only in Tests or ODI’s. Below is the interview given by him to Times Now.

    Sachin Tendulkar has said that he will reassess his cricketing future in November, when he plays the home Tests against England. Tendulkar, who has previously been non-committal on questions about his retirement, also said any decision about ending a 23-year career will depend on both his form and his motivation levels.

    “I need not take a call right now. When I play in November, I will re-assess things,” Tendulkar told in an interview to Times Now.
    Sachin Tendulkar Might Retire Soon

    “I am 39 and I don’t think I have plenty of cricket left in me. But it depends on my frame of mind and my physical ability to deliver. When I feel that I am not delivering what is needed, and then I will re-look at the scheme of things. I am already 39 and no one expects me to go on playing forever.”

    In his latest series, the home Tests against New Zealand, he was bowled in each of his three innings for low scores. Sunil Gavaskar was among those concerned by Tendulkar’s poor form. “The gap between the pad and the bat is a worrying sign,” Gavaskar had said. “This is never a good sign for a great batsman.”

    Tendulkar, however, felt that it was natural for the questions to be asked. “There are two different things – scoring runs and what I feel. For instance, if this three-wicket ordeal had happened when I was 25, no one would have questioned it. Incidentally, it happened when I am 39, so questions were raised. This is natural.”

    Tendulkar has played 190 Tests and he said he is not chasing any particular mark. India play England in a four-Test series starting November followed by another four-Test series against Australia early next year.

    “I am looking at it series by series. As long as I feel that I can deliver, I will continue playing. It also depends on what the team feels and whether I am motivated enough to continue being on top of the game.”

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