Why Tendulkar And Ricky Ponting Are Likely To Fail In 2011 World Cup

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Publish Date : 2021-04-17 08:26:37
Why Tendulkar And Ricky Ponting Are Likely To Fail In 2011 World Cup

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

Tendulkar and Ricky Ponting are two of greatest batsmen of their time. These two cricketers find themselves in different kind of pressure during the 2011 World Cup. This pressure is likely to result in these two cricketers failing during the 2011 World Cup. I will discuss the reasons why these two cricketers are likely to fail during 2011 World Cup.

1. Sachin Tendulkar: Sachin Tendulkar has been the best performer from India in the World Cup tournament he has played so far except the first in 1992 when Azharuddin was leading scorer from India. Sachin Tendulkar has never been a part of World Cup winning team despite playing in five editions of the World Cup so far and being one of the leading cricketer all through these years. Sachin Tendulkar will desperately want to win this edition of the mega tournament to have at least one big trophy under his belt to show to the World and strengthen his claim as one of the best batsmen of all time. This likely being the last World Cup for Sachin Tendulkar he will be under immense pressure to win the trophy for himself and for his die-hard fans. Sachin always loved being called the best batsman in the World. You need not be a great cricket expert to tell that. Some of the great batsmen of his time who might have been better than him or at least not lesser than him like Lara, Sehwag, Gilchrist, Ricky Ponting, and Inzimam have called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman whenever they were asked to compare themselves with Sachin Tendulkar.

Brian Lara has called Sachin Tendulkar as the better batsman than himself many times, including most recently when he said that Sachin Tendulkar is the Bradman of our generation. But Sachin has never during his entire career ever acknowledged Lara as being the greatest batsman of his time. He has not even called his own team mate and his junior Virender Sehwag as the best in the World at any time or for that matter any other great. What I want to point out is Sachin loves being himself called as the best of them all. Subconsciously in his mind, he will know that some of his great contemporaries have won the World Cup and some of them many times. In order to strengthen his claim to be best of his time, subconsciously he will feel the need for having at least one World Cup under his belt, and that is ultimately likely to add to already existing pressure of playing in front of home crowd. One more factor that could lead to Sachin Tendulkar's failure is that he is approaching 100 of 100s in International Cricketer. Whenever he is approaching a milestone or a record, he often gets stuck or fails. Moreover Sachin is coming back from injury. The one factor that could work in his favor and win the World Cup for him and India is that he has long and supremely talented batting to follow him.

2. Ricky Ponting: Ricky Ponting finds himself in unfamiliar territory in this edition of the mega one day trophy. He has featured three times in World Cup winning combination and the strongest team taking part in the World Cup. This time the scenario is completely different. He is no longer part of the best side in the tournament. Ricky Ponting finds himself in a situation wherein he is not only looking to defend the World Cup, but defend his own career. His future is on line after the ashes debacle and more so because

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