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SACHIN Tendulkar seems intent on letting his bat do the talking

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Tendulkar, who has so far been unable to score his one hundredth international century this tour, stopped to pose for photographs and sign autographs for fans, but ignored the gathered media.
Cricket’s most prolific run scorer and the rest of the Indian team have arrived in Adelaide for the fourth and final test against Australia, but none was saying anything at Adelaide Airport.
Tendulkar fan Oorjit Jayamand and parents Amol and Sheetal Jayamand had been waiting for the players to arrive and were happy to get the batsman’s signature.
“To see him and to get his signature is fantastic. Oorjit will keep the bat forever,” Mr Jayamand said.
Since March 2011, Tendulkar has been under pressure to become the first player to score a hundred tons, but he has been stuck on 99 since March.
India has been completely overpowered by Australia, which has won all three Tests so far to seal the series.
Adding insult to the injury of a humiliating innings and 37 run loss to Australia in Perth, Indian captain MS Dhoni has been banned from playing due to a slow over rate.
The Test starts on Tuesday.


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