Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Sachin - Beauty Of The Art Cricket !



I'm not a die hard fan of Cricket. But Sachin is the man who made me love the game cricket a little bit. Every one can enjoy the beauty of an Art. But Sachin is the man who made me love Cricket.

And Sachin is the beauty and jewel of the art Cricket.

A big congratulations to sachin for crossing 17,000 and also for the marvelous 20 years. Sachin, we - Indians - expect more from you. And you are the one who at most times rose to expectations and beyond. You can achieve more. We - Indians - are proud of you.



Yours,
Shinu S.

6 comments:

shaheen said...

You are absolutely rue...

SHINU S said...

thanks!

Avaneeth said...

Shinu, I can relate with u..

What to say about sachin...!! Words become insufficient when its abt sachin..
Sachin Tendulkar, 'World's Cricket Icon' is already prised by almost all of the cricket legends:

It can be said that he is the Bradman of our times and I do feel privileged to have played a lot of cricket against him. - Former Australian captain Steve Waugh.

I think, apart from Sir Garfield Sobers nobody else has played 20 years in international cricket and 20 years playing at the very highest level and to the very highest standard is an achievement beyond compare. - Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar.

He continues to give more than 100 per cent and his schoolboy-like enthusiasm for the game is something I envy and admire. For the team he is the best available coaching manual. - Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni.

There will never be another Sachin Tendulkar. - Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan.

The way he has taken on the role of India's greatest sporting ambassador... He has, among other things, inspired a generation and more to play cricket. - India's 1983 World Cup winning captain Kapil Dev.

His humbleness and simplicity has helped him to achieve what others could not. His dedication is one of the main reasons for his achievements and he is role model to up and coming youngsters. In India every youngster who is in to school or college cricket wants to become a Sachin. - Former captain and Chairman of India's selection panel Kris Srikkanth.

What I admire about Sachin is his humility, respect for elders and the passion for the game that he has retained even after so many years and after achieving so much in cricket. He has not changed at all. - Former India captain Dilip Vengsarkar.

I have delayed my shoots many times to watch Sachin bat - Filmstar Amitabh Bachchan.

When he is in full flow, the mild-mannered boyish cricketer can look extremely intimidating. If there is a resonance, I find of myself in his batting, it is in that intent that he communicates. - Former West Indies captain and batting great Vivian Richards.

Over the years Sachin has remained remarkably consistent and has more records than anybody I can remember. His talent and versatility are unquestioned which is why the only question that rankles is why he did not win enough games for his team? - Former Pakistan captain Imran Khan.

In his life cricket comes first. When he is on tour he is thinking about nothing but cricket, and when he is not on tour he dedicates quality time to his family. That shows his dedication to the game and to his family. He has found the right balance. - Tendulkar's India teammate and opening partner Virender Sehwag.


What has impressed me the most about Tendulkar all these years is his humble and simple nature. I never saw him ever let the fame and adulation he enjoys get to his head. - Former Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq.

I don't watch cricket much but I admire Sachin Tendulkar. I like the way he has conducted himself over the years. He has been such a huge star for so long but has not had a single controversy against his name. - Olympic bronze medallist boxer Vijender Singh.

The best thing about Sachin Tendulkar is that he's completely rooted, down to earth, and a thorough gentleman. He's probably the best thing to have happened to Indian cricket and maybe Indian sport as a whole. - Indian tennis star Sania Mirza.

I see him continuing until more landmarks like 50 hundreds. 100 centuries is not difficult for him because the passion for the game is still very much there even after 20 years," - former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif.

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and the list continues....

SHINU S said...

@Avaneeth ->

Wow! Your comment can be make as a post of it's own!

Thanks for the wonderful informations. . .

And I don't know much about cricket and sachin. .

I just like him. . the way he playing in fields. . I like to watch cricket only when he's batting!

I'm not a fan of cricket. . but a fan of Sachin. .

vineet said...

relly a good way to thnks sachin bt d day he crossed 17k runs india lost...shit o dat day n i was kinda highly frustrated..even then no fingers on sachin..he has made cricket worth watchn fr last 20 yrs..thnks to ur post as well

SHINU S said...

@Vineeth -> you are absolutely right. .