Thursday, September 05, 2013

Sourav Ganguly believes Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th Test against West Indies is not his last series

Millions of fans around the world are eyeing for Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th Test match that will be played against West Indies in his home ground. It has given the rise of the speculation that he is going to retire from cricket after this series. However, Tendulkar has repeatedly denied this rumor saying that he has not specified any date for retirement.
However, former Indian captain, Sourav Ganguly, thinks that Sachin Tendulkar’s series against West Indies will not be his last series. He has made this statement on Star Ananda television channel one day after Tendulkar said that he has no immediate plans of retiring.
While speaking to the television, he said that it is obviously a big milestone, but for a man like him, it is not really a big matter. He has also thanks BCCI for arranging this special series.
Sourav Ganguly has also given him advice to declare his retirement in advance. He thinks that it would help him to play without any pressure and his fans should enjoy watching his game.
At this moment, when most of the players are giving more focus on playing the shortest version of cricket game, it would look like impossible to break the record of playing 20th Tests.
Readers are also eagerly waiting to know if Tendulkar will be the member of India’s tour of South Africa. Tendulkar was supposed to reach his new milestone in South Africa, but the West Indies tour allows him to fulfill his new record at home ground.