It's been over four years since Sachin Tendulkar called time on his storied career. However, the legendary batsman while enjoying the retired life, still misses his time as an active cricketer.
During a career that spanned 24 years, Tendulkar scored a whopping 34,357 runs across the three formats with the help of a record 100 centuries and 164 half-centuries. He established himself as, arguably, the best batsman in cricket history, with the crowning glory coming in 2011 when he finally realised his lifelong dream of winning the World Cup in front of his home crowd.
For his contribution to Indian sports, Tendulkar was awarded with India's highest civilian honour BharatRatna in 2014. On Wednesday he spoke on a variety of topics ranging from the current Indian cricket setup to his son Arjun Tendulkar who has been making the headlines with his performances in the cricket field as he aims to build a career like his famous father.
Source : TOI