Ricky Ponting tries to guess what Sachin Tendulkar and Prithvi Shaw were talking about after the Mumbai-Delhi IPL game
I know the dimensions of his arse from seeing it in close range wicketkeeping behind him for hour after hour after hour
Adam Gilchrist is familiar with a certain part of Sachin Tendulkar's anatomy
Sachin Tendulkar would do quite well in fitting the role as Doctor Strange as he is quite extraordinary.
British actor Benedict Cumberbatch has a superhero role in mind for the former Indian batsman
I was telling people if every time I answered a question about Multan I got a rupee, I would be a multimillionaire by now.
Rahul Dravid on the number of times he has been asked about his declaration in the 2003-04 Multan Test when Sachin Tendulkar was on 194
The retired Sachin Tendulkar thinks he needs to put in a bit of training ahead of captaining the MCC XI in the Lord's bicentenary match in July
Sourav Ganguly says Sachin Tendulkar has a lot to learn as far as football is concerned
I have played cricket for 24 years, it has been only 24 hours since retirement, and I think I should get at least 24 days to relax before deciding these things.
Sachin Tendulkar doesn't want to think of what lies ahead just yet
Sachin Tendulkar's wife, Anjali, on the bond her husband shares with the game
Sachin and I played 122 Test matches together. I never threatened his place in the team as a batsman. But I can tell you he sometimes threatened mine as a bowler.
Anil Kumble in the MAK Pataudi Memorial lecture he delivered in Mumbai
Chandu Borde, team manager on India's tour of Pakistan in 1989-90, remembers the country's groundsmen asking him to get Sachin Tendulkar out of the nets
I really like Iceland. One of the nicest things about it is that I hardly ever had to reach for my credit card. There's practically nothing there to go shopping for.
Sachin Tendulkar's idea of a holiday does not include souvenir-hunting
Sourav Ganguly, when asked during a TV commentary stint whether Sachin Tendulkar would be more popular than him in Kolkata during his penultimate Test match
Justin Langer hopes to send Sachin Tendulkar off with a duck in his final T20 game, like Eric Hollies did to Sir Don Bradman
You are going to laugh at this, but that ball and the ball I bowled Chris Martin at the Gabba. Exactly the same thing, through the gate.
Nathan Lyon when asked if bowling Sachin Tendulkar between bat and pad was his best Test delivery
Bishan Bedi, who played 67 Tests, disqualifies himself from the Tendulkar debate
Sachin Tendulkar reveals what he ate for breakfast before his brief but brutal attack against Glenn McGrath in the Champions Trophy 2000
I actually feel very embarrassed because I rejected him as a fast bowler. I think I did him and the game of cricket a favour
Dennis Lillee who advised Sachin Tendulkar to focus on his batting, instead of bowling, when he came to the MRF Pace Academy in 1987
Sachin Tendulkar admits a weight is off his shoulders after he reached his 100th international century
India's media manager GS Walia attempts to answer the question, "Do Gambhir, Sehwag and Tendulkar now know they are slow fielders?"
Peter Siddle struggled to keep a straight face as he answered the question "How would you describe Sachin Tendulkar?"
Sanjay Manjrekar ribs co-presenter Courtney Walsh while discussing Sachin Tendulkar's wait for a 100th century
Shahid Afridi backs up Shoaib Akhtar's claim that Sachin Tendulkar was uncomfortable while batting against him
Rahul Dravid ribs Nasser Hussain after the latter asked Sachin Tendulkar at an event whether he liked being Tendulkar, but didn't pose a similar question to Dravid
He [Sachin Tendulkar] is an inspiration to all of us older guys, because he was written off a couple of years ago, ironically by one of our selectors, and the fact is he has proved him wrong.
After being denied a contract, Simon Katich reminds national selector Greg Chappell of his track record
Tendulkar has carried the burden of the nation for 21 years. It is time we carried him on our shoulders.
Virat Kohli leads the Tendulkar tributes after India's World Cup triumph
Daniel Vettori on Sachin Tendulkar ahead of New Zealand's Test series in India
Sachin Tendulkar on which bowler troubled him the most
Test cricket is bloody hard work, especially when you've got Sachin batting with what looks like a three-metre-wide bat
Michael Hussey is another Australian sick of seeing Sachin Tendulkar rack up the runs
As the total crept, we weren't allowed to change places. Our manager was near the toilet and I was by the food, so I kept munching away. I can tell you I was very full by the end.
Sachin Tendulkar relives India's unforgettable chase of 326 in the 2002 Natwest Series final
MS Dhoni on Sachin Tendulkar going strong at 37
Harsha Bhogle comments when little-known legspinner Rahul Sharma excitedly celebrates getting the big wicket of Sachin Tendulkar
I want to clarify that this nightmare thing was a joke. Sachin is the best batsman of my time... but I am not scared of him, or anybody for that matter.
Twelve years after getting caned by Sachin Tendulkar in Sharjah, Shane Warne insists he never experienced sweaty nights, as the rest of the world liked to believe
I would like to thank you from the bottom of my heart for allowing us to breathe the same air as you do
Kolkata franchise owner and film actor Shahrukh Khan makes script and tribute writers around the world cringe with his over-the-top sentiments about Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar's warning to Virender Sehwag during the Test against Pakistan in Multan, 2004. Sehwag reached his triple century with a six.
Phillip Hughes vows to talk shop with Sachin Tendulkar in Mumbai
Sachin Tendulkar resorts to a food analogy to explain the pecking order of cricket's formats
Sachin Tendulkar on the standing ovations he gets wherever he plays in the world.
Sachin Tendulkar reflects on how the adulation directed at him has changed over the years
A batsman is so much covered with protective gears that one might say [Sachin] Tendulkar is playing if I go in the middle to bat.
MS Gill, the Indian sports minister, clearly feels today's cricketers have it far easier than those of the past
Tall peaks are not always better than long plateaus as true greatness must include protracted excellence.
The ICC explains why their idea of including Matthew Hayden in their list of all-time greats, while excluding the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara, wasn't such a great one after all