Friday, October 5, 2012

Sachin Tendulkar Plan for retirement


Sachin Tendulkar admits he has been considering his retirement date lately and acknowledges the end of his extraordinary cricket career is not far away.

The Indian great has suggested he may not play beyond the home Test series against England later this year.

'I'm 39 and I don't I have plenty of cricket left in me,' Tendulkar told Times Now news channel.

'But it depends on my frame of mind and my physical ability to deliver. When I feel that I am not delivering what is needed, then I will relook at the scheme of things. I'm 39 and no one expects me to go on and on.'

Tendulkar, who holds many major batting records including most runs and most centuries in both tests and limited-overs internationals, said it was natural to think of retirement.Sachin-Tendulkar tendulkar

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Andy Murray reach semi-finals in Japan Open


Andy Murray survived a stiff test against Stanislas Wawrinka to move into the semi-finals of the Japan Open.

The world No 3, competing in a tournament for the first time since winning his maiden grand slam at the US Open last month, was in control early on but had to battle to win 6-2 3-6 6-2 as Wawrinka pushed him all the way.

The Swiss beat Murray at Flushing Meadows in 2010 and despite his record since then reading 0-13 against the big four of Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic, Murray and Rafael Nadal, he still possesses the tools to challenge the game's leading lights.

Andy Murray in action against Stanislas Wawrinka at the Japan Open in Tokyo

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