Share via Email Sachin Tendulkar has described the past year, in which he became the first batsman to reach 14, Test runs, as 'sweet'. Tendulkar is shy and quietly-spoken but he soon turns a routine encounter into an illuminating experience. His balance and patience at the crease are again evident as he offers insight into the attributes which make him not only the world's best batsman but, after an epic year, arguably the greatest in cricket history. Tendulkar steps away from these sweeping generalisations and deals, instead, in the specifics of his voracious mentality at
For many that's an entire career. How much do you think cricket has changed in your lifetime?
Definitely, the game has changed. I would say one-day cricket has changed more than Tests. When I started playing inused to be a winning score, now it is just an average score.
When we played in Pakistan this year, the first four innings in the ODIs had scores of above ; it was amazing. There were near scores in the last two matches too. Players know that you have to set a big target, and that has probably changed the way Test cricket is played because the same approach has spread.
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The idea of opening the innings has changed. Yes, you can say it is a different sort of batting technique. Earlier you saw off the new ball and then let bowlers watch you for the rest of the day.
But now batsmen are prepared to take more risks and they feel that if you can unsettle the bowler in the second over, then why not?
Do you think the days of the defensive opener are behind us? I wouldn't say so. There's Mark Richardson who is an old-fashioned opener, who likes to leave everything outside the off stump. And there's Aakash Chopra who is a very sound and solid opener.
And then you have Sehwag, Hayden, Gibbs, the guys who play big shots from ball one. Would you say that this has something do with the depletion of fast bowling stock? For the best part of your career, you played some great quick bowlers. Now, most of them are gone. McGrath and Pollock are still around and there's Gillespie.
Pollock and McGrath may have lost a bit of pace but they are still great with the new ball. And there are some good bowlers who could go on to become great. Harmison bowls at 90mph, Flintoff bowls consistently at 86, 87, and England have Jones also.
In six or seven years, you'll be calling these guys great. Maybe not all of them, but three out of But would you agree that compared to the first 10 years of your career, the last five have been dominated by batsmen and that the conditions have been somewhat favourable to batting?
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In this interview, Tendulkar speaks about his decade and a half in cricket and how the game, and his approach to it, have changed. "I used to think like Sehwag," he says, "But with time you.