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Best Quotes By Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar celebrated his 47th Birthday on 24th April. The Mumbai born batsman is arguably the best player to have taken the cricket field. The Master Blaster has been one of the pioneers of the sport in the nation and has broken all the possible records as a batsman. The Mumbaikar caught the attention of the land and became a hero when the entire country was shouting for one. Sachin is one of those players who drew the audience to the stadium just on their names. Fondly called Master Blaster was an inspiration for many around the World with his batting.

Some Invaluable Quotes by Sachin:

Sachin Tendulkar played cricket for more than two decades, and any person who is in such a profession gains paramount experience. The right-hander has unparalleled experience as a cricketer, and he is often seen imparting knowledge to the young guns of the game. Sachin Tendulkar has many quotes that will be remembered until the end of our times. Some of his most famous and inspiring quotes are:

“People throw stones at you, and you convert them into milestones.”

“Don’t stop chasing your dreams because dreams do come true.”

“If you remain humble, people will give you love and respect even after you have finished with the game. As a parent, I would be happier hearing people say, “Sachin is a good human being” than “Sachin is a great cricketer” any day.”

“The key to handling pressure situations like these is to keep yourself steady, follow your instincts, and think clearly.”

“Chase your dreams …. but make sure you don’t find shortcuts ….”

“Presence’ is actually very important in international sport. It is one thing just being there in the middle, but it is another making people aware of your ‘presence.’ It is about body language and radiating confidence, something that the West Indian batting legend Viv Richards would personify.”

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“I was part of a band of eleven fortunate men who had been given the duty of representing close to a billion Indians. It was an honour every aspiring cricketer lives for, to play for his country against the best of world cricket. And with the honour came responsibility. I was going to be accountable to the cricket fans back home and was expected to give my best for them.”

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