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Tests of Character
Discover yourself by taking our quizzes
Do you think Tendulkar should retire?
Which side of the debate do you stand on?
Tendulkar's role in the Indian team:
Is of the doddering grandpa who can't stop saying "In my time things were…"
Is an inspirational one
Is a mix of equal parts partner and doting father
Why do you think Tendulkar has been getting bowled often recently?
Because he needs a pair of glasses
Because he knows the game needs to be evenly balanced for it to remain marketable
He's probably worried about his kids turning adolescents
Do you think playing his 200th Test is on Tendulkar's mind?
Of course. It will be an invaluable addition to his already glowing portfolio
It would be if he wasn't getting so forgetful these days
Yes. He's worried about the speeches he'll be expected to make
Should he have retired after reaching his 100th international hundred?
He should have retired when he hit 35. After that only scientists keep you on the field
No. That would have meant too many missed opportunities
Not unless he had found another job to keep him occupied
Do you think he's keeping a younger batsman out of the side?
Yes, and he's probably collecting pension on the side too
No, he's only creating a situation where a younger player gets the chance to challenge him - imagine the plotline!
Probably, but that's better than holding the TV remote
What do you think he will be remembered for?
For being India's biggest sporting brand
For the longest career ever
For spending more of his life in hotels and dressing rooms than at home
Do you think his reflexes have slowed?
Slowed? Sourav Ganguly will beat him in a race today
That or he just turns deaf when asked to do chores
Slow reflexes can rarely tarnish one's image
When you think of the 16-year-old Tendulkar, all curly hair and chubby cheeks, you remember:
The lure of potential genius
The power and aura of youth
What do you think he should do after retiring?
Join the troop of former cricketers always whining about how the younger generation doesn't work hard enough
Look after his kids
Stay in the limelight by becoming India's coach
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