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More Details Feb 26, Gnani rated it really liked it. Please review your cart. The collection of writings on the greatest Indian sporting legend by some of the greatest writers associated directly or indirectly with the sport brings out the beautiful moments of ingenuity, valor, sportsmanship and dedication that the nation saw in nearly a quarter of a century in its timeline. Wisden Anthology Some articles could've been easily avoided, or replaced with better ones. Word Wise:

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Mar 25, Umesh Kesavan rated it really liked it Shelves: A fitting tribute to the Batting genius. Top picks from this assortment of essays. Rahul Bhattacharya's essay wherein he terms Sachin as a national habit. Ganguly's tribute gives insights into their relationship. Ganguly also takes an indirect dig at Dhoni. Rahul Dravid's eloquently worded tribute. Greg Baum's classic essay written originally as a magazine piece back in Mukul Kesavan's technical dissection in his inimitable style.

It would have been better if a more recent essay by Mu A fitting tribute to the Batting genius. It would have been better if a more recent essay by Mukul had been used instead of the one. BTW,Rohit Brijnath missed badly. Equivalent to a straight drive missing in a Sachin double ton. View 1 comment. Nov 13, Arvind rated it really liked it Shelves: All eyes are upon him, day and night, but no scandal has attached itself, not in his private life nor in his cricket endeavours.

Across the land, he is the little man on the big posters and hoardings, creating a kind of reverse Big Brother effect; he is not watching them but they are watching him. Still he stands tall. The man is a thorough gentleman in the league of Dravid, Kumble in this aspect. Technically came to know how every1 respected him as the complete batsman and importantly as a man who could adapt fast, could change his stance at will, who refused to the bait of sledging and yet refused to judge ppl for it.

Summing it up, do read if u grew up watching him bat in the 90s and later. And from what I have heard, this may be better than his autobiography. Mar 06, Santhosh rated it it was amazing. The Sachin connection is a deeply personal one, one that just is.

So, when I started this book, I wanted to see if the articles have the variety and depth to try and cover Sachin Tendulkar, the person, the cricketer, the phenomenon. To that end, Cricinfo has ensured that this book encompasses most of that: Apr 19, Balachander rated it liked it. A mixed bag. Some ordinary pieces by otherwise fine writers like Gideon Haigh, some unsurprisingly good pieces like Siddarth Vaidyanathan's or Mukul Kesavan's, some "could've been a cracker of a piece but too long" like Siddarth Mongia's on his last test match hundred against South Africa, some pointless boring interviews one to Rohit Brijnath , some surprisingly fun Ganguly's , some emotional Yuvraj's to an extent.

Some nostalgia inducing. Some almost tear-inducing. This anthology of articles on Sachin isn't perfect but they're the best alternative to watching YouTube videos of his innings. View 2 comments. Feb 24, Ramiz Qudsi rated it liked it. Are you crazy fan of Sachin who reads everything that Cricinfo publishes on him on their website?

Don't buy the book then. Almost all of the memoirs or two interviews published in this book has already been published on the website sometime in the past near or far. However if you want to have a book for your bookshelf because Cricinfo has published it on one of the most accomplished cricketer of the world, then go ahead. Buy it and enjoy reading what other greats has to say about him. And the Are you crazy fan of Sachin who reads everything that Cricinfo publishes on him on their website?

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And the book doesn't even cost much! Happy Reading! Oct 11, Nishank Jain rated it it was amazing. The collection of writings on the greatest Indian sporting legend by some of the greatest writers associated directly or indirectly with the sport brings out the beautiful moments of ingenuity, valor, sportsmanship and dedication that the nation saw in nearly a quarter of a century in its timeline.

Some of them bring tears, some joy and others just pure respect for what he did on and off the field. A must read for every Sachin Tendulkar fan. The experiences with him narrated by a few off the many Sachin Tendulkar's team mates and captains through his cricketing journey elevates the cricketing sense of this little boyish nutcracker of a batsman and a genius at work, to unknown quarters. A few narrate their stories to deliver 'A collection of memoirs on Sachin Tendulkar's journey of twenty four years on and off the cricket field and the pitch' This is how I would like to sum up this compilation on the batting maestro by ESPN Cricinfo.

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A few narrate their stories to deliver constructive criticism could also be called critics. A few exaggerations in the stories could be forgiven, for their sheer amplification of the batting maestro's abilities as a batsman, as a bowler, and in short, as a complete cricketer. Then, there are a few, who mark the beginning of their narration by associating the term, 'Batting Colossus' with this imperial short statured giant, proceeding onwards to illustrate the colossal successes and failures in the little master's long enduring career.

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A few others lay emphasis on the personal traits of 'Tendleya' and how he maintained calm and composure even during the most toughest and testing times on the cricket pitch and in the dressing room. A few, previously untold stories on the sense of humor that the maestro carried off with poised elegance and dignity find a deserved mention of, in this short biography by many dignitaries on him.

The ESPN Cricinfo team is to be appreciated for putting their soul into this project to bring into life this cricketing magnum opus's childhood, illustrious career and his statesmanship on display as a veteran in the team during the fag end of his career. The words from some of the other elite list of cricketers including his long time team mates and friends such as Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly, V V S Laxman, Yuvraj Singh to name a few, adds to the glorious illustrations provided by others in this compilation.

There are the likes of Greg Chappel and John Wright both, Team India's coaches during different phases of Sachin's career , who very evidently from their own choice of words express gratification and privilege of having coached him, as an embodiment of Sachin Tendulkar's conduct as a player, as a team player and as an adorable human being.

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John Wright, in particular, seems impressed by the maestro's hunger for runs and the self motivating techniques implemented by him to achieve the goals set by him during a match or even for an entire cricketing season for that matter. The cricketing ordeals with the other great contemporaries of his playing era, especially the one special and talented nemesis nicknamed 'the pigeon' finds a worthy mention and gets the adrenaline pumping for its readers.

In my view, these particulars on the rivalry between the two legends, if compiled as an episode cannot be left out of any book off the many describing the pyrotechnics of the little giant. For, it proves that Sachin Tendulkar, the cricketing God admired and worshipped in the sub continent did have many shortcomings and his own pitfalls against many Lords, who graced the game of cricket during his playing days.

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