The day when we spoke to Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Mumbai (or as we say Bombay) has been the hub of cricket over the past four decades. Players like Vengsarkar, Gavaskar, Shastri, Tendulkar, Sharma, Rahane, etc. have been groomed in Bombay cricket culture. The real feel of the Bombay cricket culture is experienced at Shivaji Park, Dadar and Azad Maidan,…

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Will we miss Him? – World Cup without the Master after 28 years

Source In the history of One Day International cricket, there have been 10 World Cup tournaments in 44 years. And CWC 2015 would be the 11th. For those, who don’t follow the game much, it would be a surprise that Sachin represented India in 6 of those tournaments. And I…

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Teacher’s Day: A Tribute to Sports

On the occasion of Teachers Day, Cricket 361° dedicates an entire post for people who have learnt something useful from the sports-persons and have looked upon them as teachers. We invited all our readers and fans to post messages for the sportsperson they have learnt from. This post is a…

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Teacher’s Day tribute to Sachin Tendulkar

A teacher is someone who imparts knowledge, molds our thoughts, builds our character and shows us the path for living a fulfilling and enriching life. In the Mahabharata, Eklavya mastered the art of archery just by keenly observing his guru Dronacharya from far away. Dronacharya was oblivious to the knowledge…

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Do the legends know when it’s over?

The first thing that comes to mind when we talk of cricketers like Ricky Ponting, Sanath Jayasuriya, Sachin Tendulkar, Vivian Richards, etc. is about them being amongst the greatest to have played this game. There’s something else too which is common. Let’s have a look at this interesting statistics:      …

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