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  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.

  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

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    AKP
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    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.


    Yes.. you are saying it right. These days it has increased lot. But I still think if it is in limit it is okay.. It should not give awkward feeling to other team.

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  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.


    Yes.. you are saying it right. These days it has increased lot. But I still think if it is in limit it is okay.. It should not give awkward feeling to other team.


    Anything done in limits is welcome. Exuberance can be shown in a decent manner. If you watch the old clips of Don Bradman, you can see the Don even after hitting a mighty 6, he maintains his stature in balance. After all it's a gentleman's game.

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  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

    by » 7 years ago


    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.

    And do you remember our Captain Cool? He gave us two WCs. When Sachin was being carried on the shoulders around the Wankhede, Mahi was silently following the group of players back. He looked so mature. And even before that, 4 years ago, when he gave us the first T20WC, then too his celebrations were so peaceful. The Netherlands won just a match and celebrated so much. Dhoni won at the world level and was so calm and quiet.

  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

    by » 7 years ago


    rambabu
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    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.

    And do you remember our Captain Cool? He gave us two WCs. When Sachin was being carried on the shoulders around the Wankhede, Mahi was silently following the group of players back. He looked so mature. And even before that, 4 years ago, when he gave us the first T20WC, then too his celebrations were so peaceful. The Netherlands won just a match and celebrated so much. Dhoni won at the world level and was so calm and quiet.


    That's the quality of greats. They neither rejoice and jump with joy over victory nor crumble under pressure over defeat. That balance is present only in a few

  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

    by » 7 years ago


    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.

    And do you remember our Captain Cool? He gave us two WCs. When Sachin was being carried on the shoulders around the Wankhede, Mahi was silently following the group of players back. He looked so mature. And even before that, 4 years ago, when he gave us the first T20WC, then too his celebrations were so peaceful. The Netherlands won just a match and celebrated so much. Dhoni won at the world level and was so calm and quiet.


    That's the quality of greats. They neither rejoice and jump with joy over victory nor crumble under pressure over defeat. That balance is present only in a few

    That adds to the greatness of these players making them even great.

  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

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    rambabu
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    Nothing wrong in such celebration.. Sachin has his own personality.. Surely hats off to him and his attitude towards cricket.


    There is nothing wrong in celebration. But Showmanship and over exulting is not appropriate in this gentleman's game. Sachin never resorts to such gimmicks. Even if he did, they are very subdued


    Yes.. He is totally at different level..

    Showmanship is totally different thing.. it is must in any sport. These days young players always get more excited about winning and success and they over do sometimes. Yes some behaviour should not be there but if it is in limit and not awkward for other team players then it is okay.


    Recollect those moments of First world cup win in 1975. Mohinder Amarnath who won with his all round performance never shown these gimmicks. It's the recent trend. Even for stopping the ball, the player shows the gimmics as if he won the world.

    And do you remember our Captain Cool? He gave us two WCs. When Sachin was being carried on the shoulders around the Wankhede, Mahi was silently following the group of players back. He looked so mature. And even before that, 4 years ago, when he gave us the first T20WC, then too his celebrations were so peaceful. The Netherlands won just a match and celebrated so much. Dhoni won at the world level and was so calm and quiet.


    That's the quality of greats. They neither rejoice and jump with joy over victory nor crumble under pressure over defeat. That balance is present only in a few

    That adds to the greatness of these players making them even great.


    They do not bother about their guarantees or rewards. They stick to their Nobel quality of equanimity.

  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

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    In the book "Sachin Tendulkar The man cricket loved back" quotes, "because of littleness has always been a virtue, an addition to his specialness, an enhancement of his exemplary nature. "

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  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

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    Sachin refused hundreds of millions that he was offered for a video of his marriage.He did not invite all the world but selected few who were his near and dear ones. No media, no photos, he loves money but ethically earned. Great man in small package.

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  • Re: ...and that's why Sachin Tendulkar is a great player (and a human being)

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    Sachin refused hundreds of millions that he was offered for a video of his marriage.He did not invite all the world but selected few who were his near and dear ones. No media, no photos, he loves money but ethically earned. Great man in small package.

    Oh, that's new information to me. I had heard about Sachin refusing ads even when he was offering a huge chunk of money. But didn't know about his marriage video.

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