Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut in Pakistan at the Playing It My Way: My Autobiography by [Tendulkar, Sachin]. The right of Sachin Tendulkar to be identified as the Author of the Work has my manager and good friend, for putting the idea of an autobiography to me in the. Read "Sachin Tendulkar A Definitive Biography" by Vaibhav Purandare available from Playing It My Way - My Autobiography ebook by Sachin Tendulkar.
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Playing It My Way: My Autobiography - Ebook written by Sachin Tendulkar. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Sachin has recently released his own Auto Biography Book. Are you the a die hard fan of Sachin Tendulkar. Are you eager to read his book. Compre o livro Playing It My Way: My Autobiography na ndolefideshal.cf: Playing It My Way: My Autobiography (English Edition) e mais milhares de eBooks estão . Born in Mumbai, Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut in Pakistan at the.
He made his first Test century at the age of 17, at the age of 36 he became the first player to make a one-day double century and in he scored his th international hundred. With India he won the World Cup in and reached the top of the world Test rankings in the same year. In , he retired from cricket after playing his th and final Test in front of his home crowd in Mumbai. Compartilhe seus pensamentos com outros clientes.
Compra verificada. This was a priceless experience.. I wished the book didn't end. It was really refreshing to see things from Sachin's perspective. The only time I saw him live in a stadium finds a mention in his book as well, which was a pleasant surprise! His child like enthusiasm for the game was plain to see on that day and throughout his career. This same enthusiasm is reflected right through the book as well. I enjoyed all of the anecdotes shared, most of which weren't public knowledge.
This is a must read for a Sachin fan. Even if you're not a fan of him or the game, it's still worth picking up to get an idea of literally the blood, sweat and tears that made up a legendary career. Life really begins now for you sir, wish you all the best! It is actually pretty ordinary. I did not get anything substantially new that I have not read elsewhere, which is not saying much anyway. There are anecdotes right through the book. Some of which I enjoyed. Some of his early days in 80s made a good reading.
Two things that I became more aware of were He got injured badly right through his career and that bothered him and he struggled with it. Rather unfortunate or may be he was constantly pushing his body. That infamous declaration by Rahul which left him stranded is another example. Rahul should not have declared I did not know that Rahul delayed declaration in sydney test few months ago which may have robbed us of our first series win in aus but Sachin was livid even after 24 hours!!! SRT just could not let it go that Rahul tried to send a tough message to Pak that India means business However bad that call was from Rahul.
I just found that strange.
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