Listen to his philosophy for success, nothing but Karma Yoga in action.
Some cricketers ‘ total career score do not exceed 5000
But Sachin remains the epitome of Humility,Modesty, and Simplicity.
Despite standing on the threshold of history, Sachin Tendulkar seemed unfazed by the media attention and the anticipation around his 50th Test century.
“I believe it is destiny. When it is destined to happen it will happen. I am not thinking too much about it. My focus is on preparation,” Tendulkar said.
Tendulkar, however, preferred to focus on the match and not personal landmarks.
“For me one thing is very important and that is to get acclimatised to local weather conditions,” he said. “Preparations have been spot on and the lengthy practice session has given us that opportunity (to get acclimatised). “We have had good net sessions under the guidance of coach Gary (Kirsten),” he said.
Lara on Sachin.
The Indian master blaster, Sachin Tendulkar gets another feather of praise and honor added to his cap as the great player of West Indies, Brian Lara described the Indian batting legend as the “Don Bradman of modern era”, but he refused to compare the two icons of the different eras.
Talking about Tendulkar and his excellence in batting, the Caribbean batsman who is equally famous for his record score states that what astonishes him about Sachin is his longevity and attachment to the game. Lara says, “I don’t think that there is any competition between the two legendary players. Both are great in their own skill with love for the game. Tendulkar has proved to the world his capability and longevity in the game which is definitely praiseworthy.”
“The longer time Sachin stays in the game, he is going to tumble more records. The fact that a player can perform brilliantly from the age of 16 till date at the age of 37 is something to cherish and admire than anything else” says Lara. He also says that Don Bradman and Sachin Tendulkar should not be compared as they played in different eras. According to him, “Sachin Tendulkar is the Don Bradman of our period.”