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Right-hand Indian Batsman, Captain of Mumbai Indian Cricket team

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Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is an Indian cricketer widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket. He is the leading run-scorer and century maker in Test and One Day International cricket. In 2002, Wisden ranked him the second greatest Test batsman of all time, next to Donald Bradman, and the second greatest one day international (ODI) batsman of all time, next to Viv Richards. In September 2007, the Australian leg spinner Shane Warne rated Tendulkar as the greatest player he has played with or against. Tendulkar was the only player of the current generation to be included in Bradman's Eleven. He is sometimes referred to as Little Master or Master Blaster.

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 I just want to spend some time with my family. I have not had time with my children. If I don't spend time with them now, I would have to wait for one more year to do so. The kids are very thrilled because we hadn't discussed this with them, so they didn't know anything. It was a surprise for them 
— Sachin Tendulkar on his decision to skip the West Indies tour / June 01, 2011
 No Indian can forget that and, like any player, I too have dreamt of winning the World Cup for the country. By God's grace, we will achieve what we want to achieve. 
— Sachin Tendulkar on the World Cup / February 13, 2011
 It is always painful when the team loses, but our early exit in 2007 was particularly disappointing, 
— Sachin Tendulkar on his worst World Cup moment / February 13, 2011
 That was the most difficult stage of my life. At that moment my mom said that even my father would have wanted me to go back and play, because if I sit back at home then it would possibly be the worst thing. 'You have to go and play for your country, because that is the most important thing,' she said. And that made me strong. 
— Sachin Tendulkar recalling his century against Kenya after the death of his father during the 1999 World Cup / January 25, 2011
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 That support meant a lot, because it was a very difficult moment for our entire family; and to go and play a cricket match after just three days was not easy 
— Sachin Tendulkar recalling his century against Kenya after the death of his father during the 1999 World Cup / January 25, 2011

 The biggest lesson that I have learnt from my father was that he treated everyone equally, whether it was a big well-known writer who came to our place, or a sweeper. To me, that was the most important thing, because he was not only giving advice but also setting example. One of the most important advices that he gave me was that all things in life are temporary and everything has a deadline. But the only thing that will stay forever is your nature, because it stays till your last breath. So you should always behave properly, because that is something that stays with you always and is appreciated by people. And I am just trying to follow that advice, 
— Sachin Tendulkar on the lessons he learnt from his father / January 25, 2011
 It is his life and he has to decide what he wants to become. Just as I got freedom from my parents, I believe Arjun should also do things in life that he wants to do and he is passionate about. If you are passionate about something then you don't feel the workload, but if you feel the burden of something then you realise it is not your passion and you must look at something else. So I just want to make sure that whatever his passion is I will provide him the necessary guidance and help to achieve it, 
— Sachin Tendulkar saying he won't burden his son Arjun when it comes to choosing his career / January 25, 2011
 There are just 100 days to go and I am really looking forward to playing in another Cricket World Cup, 
— Sachin Tendulkar / November 11, 2010

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