Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar Reveals two major regrets of his life – check

Indian cricket expert Sachin Tendulkar has expressed doubts in his life despite performing a stellar career that lasted more than two decades where he played 200 Tests and 463 ODI, hitting 51 and 49 centuries respectively.

“I regret it twice. The first is that I never played with Sunil Gavaskar. Gavaskar was my batting hero when I was growing up and not playing with him as part of the team is still a sin. Gavaskar retired a few years before I made my debut,” Tendulkar told

Tendulkar, who retired from international cricket in 2013 after scoring 15,921 runs and is still the leading scorer in international cricket in the Tests and ODIs, added his second regret for not being able to play “against my childhood hero Sir Vivian Richards”.

“One of my regrets is that I didn’t play with my childhood hero Sir Vivian Richards. I was lucky enough to play with him in the regional cricket match, but I still can’t play with him in the international cricket match.

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“Even though Sir Richards retired in 1991 and we have been accumulating in our careers for a few years, we have never played against each other,” he added.

Meanwhile, Sachin Tendulkar was last seen playing during the Road Safety World Series in March earlier this year and led the Indian Legends to the first title by winning 14 runs against Sri Lanka Legends in the final in Raipur.

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