Tests of Character

Discover yourself by taking our quizzes

When would you retire?

Many are demanding that India's big three call it quits. Would you go when asked why or when asked why you have a walking stick for a bat?

1. What will you think on your 30th birthday?

2. If a younger player makes tons of runs in first-class cricket, batting in your position in the order, while you've had a lean trot, you think:

3. What do you think when you hear the terms "transition" and "phasing out"?

4. Have you bought any pension-plan policies?

5. What, according to you, is the average lifespan of a cricketing career?

6. Will you go voluntarily or be pushed?

7. Would you ask for a farewell series?

8. Any farewell words like Brian Lara's "Did I entertain you?"?

9. If the selectors ask you to help them chart out a succession plan, what will you say?

10. What would you think if a player born after the date of your debut joins the team?

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