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Tendulkar is my batsman to bat in any conditions: Warne

By The Assam Tribune
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MELBOURNE, March 30: Spin great Shane Warne on Monday picked his fierce rival Sachin Tendulkar as the batsman to bat in any conditions and called his former skipper Steve Waugh a match saver rather than a match-winner.

One of the greatest spinners to have played the game, Warne was engaged in an Instagram live session with his fans.

When the discussion turned to the best batsman in his time, the 50-year-old Warne said, �If I have to choose any batsman to bat in any conditions, it is a real toss-up between Tendulkar and Lara, but I would just choose Tendulkar.�

�If we have to chase 400 runs on the last day, I would definitely pick Lara,� added the leg-spinner who ended his illustrious career with over 700 Test wickets.

�There were these two guys, then there was daylight and after that, the rest of the batsmen came.�

Tendulkar played a world record 200 Tests and amassed 15,921 runs with an average 53.78 while in 463 ODIs, he tallied 18,426 runs at 44.83.

While Lara played 131 Tests and scored 11,953 runs with an average of 52.88. In 299 ODIs he accumulated 10,405 runs. � PTI

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Tendulkar is my batsman to bat in any conditions: Warne

MELBOURNE, March 30: Spin great Shane Warne on Monday picked his fierce rival Sachin Tendulkar as the batsman to bat in any conditions and called his former skipper Steve Waugh a match saver rather than a match-winner.

One of the greatest spinners to have played the game, Warne was engaged in an Instagram live session with his fans.

When the discussion turned to the best batsman in his time, the 50-year-old Warne said, �If I have to choose any batsman to bat in any conditions, it is a real toss-up between Tendulkar and Lara, but I would just choose Tendulkar.�

�If we have to chase 400 runs on the last day, I would definitely pick Lara,� added the leg-spinner who ended his illustrious career with over 700 Test wickets.

�There were these two guys, then there was daylight and after that, the rest of the batsmen came.�

Tendulkar played a world record 200 Tests and amassed 15,921 runs with an average 53.78 while in 463 ODIs, he tallied 18,426 runs at 44.83.

While Lara played 131 Tests and scored 11,953 runs with an average of 52.88. In 299 ODIs he accumulated 10,405 runs. � PTI

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