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And he did, becoming more than just a star in the cricketing firmament.
He went on to become the youngest Indian player in international cricket, winning the hearts of millions of fans as he blazed his way to century after century, rewriting record after record.
In , cricket fans around the world watched as the greatest player in the history of the game hung up his boots for good. With this book, his fans can now relive the story of the man they called the 'God of Cricket'. Never before was a cricketer so universally admired, loved and respected by team mates and opponents alike and never before has a sporting icon been raised so high by a grateful nation.
In this long - awaited autobiography, readers will be able to see glimpses into the life of this living legend; and of the man behind the sport, the husband, the father and an extraordinary human being - quiet, calm and with a rare humility.
This is the story of Sachin Tendulkar, the most celebrated cricketer of all time in his own words. It is trained to react. At home, my family doesn't discuss media coverage.
I hate losing and cricket being my first love, once I enter the ground it's a different zone altogether and that hunger for winning is always there. I am planning on an autobiography. People should know something about me Tendulkar said when interviewed about his retirement, Tendulkar retirement interview.
I have never tried to compare myself to anyone else.
Sachin cannot play the helicopter shot like Dhoni, hit sixes like Sehwag, play an innings like Dravid or be a captain like Ganguly. But no one can be as good as him in what he does.
Sometimes you hold back and when it's needed you go for it. Sometimes it is about being patient and not just about grabbing every opportunity that comes our way. And very little else. A good auto biography or memoir is one that has either fantastic new content that breaks fresh ground or is presented in an eminently captivating manner.
This, though, fails on both counts, especially so in the writing which is just lazy and simplistic from Boris Majumdar. Remember how Sachin so maddeningly used to get dismissed against the Cronjes and Razzaqs with that half prod outside off stump?
Well, this is in the same vein: a half-hearted frustrating attempt. Agreed that Sachin's is a life that's been scrutinised and catalogued scores of times, making it difficult to actually come up with fresh anecdotes and stories.
However, there was more than ample scope for getting into the mind of the greatest of champions, one who had risen from schoolboy cricketer to a demigod and stayed there for a quarter of a century.
There's definitely a story there! The subject couldn't have been more interesting, to put it mildly. Forget living legends, Sachin was a playing legend for two thirds of his career.
His stories had already passed into myth and legend while he was still learning his craft.
He was Don freakin' Bradman's Bonzer. The most celebrated, worshipped, adored, complete, competitive, lasting cricketer and phenomenon of our times is a story crying out loud to be printed.