New Delhi: Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar, in an interview to an English television news channel, has revealed that he will be reassessing his future plans in November. Although, he feels it is going to be difficult to suddenly hang his boots one day.
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The cricketing legend is of the opinion that at the age of 39 he doesn’t think he has plenty of cricket left in him.
“It again depends on what my heart tells me then. I need not take a call right now. When I play in November, I will re-assess things,” Tendulkar said to Times Now.
The 39-year-old had been bowled in the three innings he played in the two-Test series against New Zealand in Hyderabad and Bangalore, triggering a debate whether the champion batsman should consider retirement.
His former colleague Sourav Ganguly feels that Tendulkar would call it a day when he's on a high like all great players do.
Many do feel that it should be left to the cricketing legend to decide when he wants to retire from international cricket.
All eyes would be on Tendulkar when England will be visiting India in November to play four Tests, 2 T20s and 5 ODIs.