Tendulkar should quit, says Ian Chappell

Saturday, March 31, 2007

NEW DELHI: Former Australian captain Ian Chappell on Friday suggested what millions of Indians had been dreading to hear the great Sachin Tendulkar should hang up his boots.Chappell, whose younger brother Greg could be sacked as India's coach next week following the team's first round exit from the World Cup, said Tendulkar was past his prime and must retire."At the moment he looks like a player trying to eke out a career; build on a glittering array of statistics," the senior Chappell wrote in the Mumbai-based daily."If he really is playing for that reason and not to help win as many matches as he can for India then he is wasting his time and should retire immediately."

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