Days after he scored his much-awaited 100th ton, India’s batting genius Sachin Tendulkar said that nobody should tell him when to retire as he will continue to play as long as he loves to play the game.
The millions of Sachin Tendulkar fans were left disappointed as the iconic batsman again came very close to his historic 100th international century only to miss it by six runs in the third cricket Test against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium on Friday.
Former India skipper Ajit Wadekar on Tuesday voiced confidence that Sachin Tendulkar will score his hundredth century at the Wankhede stadium, saying it was the batting maestro`s "destiny" to achieve the feat at his homeground.
One short of his 100th international ton, Sachin Tendulkar was a picture of concentration as he batted for close to 45 minutes at nets on the eve of India`s second Test against the West Indies, on Sunday.
The whole nation have waited with bated breath for over eight months now and nothing could be termed more memorable than the historic 100th international ton by Sachin Tendulkar on the hallowed Eden Gardens turf.