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Monday, September 14, 2009

Where would Sachin Tendulkar Stop?

Sachin Tendulkar scored another ODI century today as India won the Compaq Cup 2009 title, defeating host Sri Lanka by 46 runs in the tournament final. The master blaster has been in excellent form throughout the series and today he played a match winning innings of 138 off 133 hitting ten boundaries and an over-boundary. This has been Tendulkar’s 44th century in ODI. In total, he has now 86 international century including 42 hundreds in test.


Now, the question is where Sachin Tendulkar would stop? Well, he is already 36 and I guess he might retire from cricket in next 2 years. The way he is playing over the last one year, it seems that he could easily make 50 centuries in ODI at the end of his career. Finishing with 100 international centuries in total does not seem to be impossible for Tendulkar at this moment. However, the problem is that the veteran is missing too much tournaments and series due to physical problems. So, I think, his health would be the biggest problem in achieving these marks.


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