Shane Warne and Sachin Tendulkar
January 5, 2007 7:57am CST
A deeply intelligent bowler who troubled bowlers all over the world is retiring fron international matches, but why did he fail in India? Why couldn't he dominate the master blaster Sachin tendulkar whenever he played against India? Anyway sachin described him as one of the gratest cricketers and Warne himself said that Sachin is the toughest opponent. So who is the best, Sachin the batsman or warne the bowler?
5 Jan 07
No doubt Shane Warne is the best bowler,but unfortunately he couldn't dominate in India. In 1998 test series between India and Australia among the five test matches Warne troubled Sachin very much and sent him to pavilion three times,that was the only best performance of warne against sachin,sachin never had a big problem facing warne after that.sachin had many bitter experiences as we all know? thus he couldn't concentrate on his batting well but thats not an excuse for any sports man,warne performed well continuously
10 Jan 07
warne is good bowler so while he bowel to tendulkar sachin concentrate more so he gets more runs another point of my view is after sachin gets some runs then only warne came to bowl so before sachin gets some confidence so warne couldn't brake his batting style.if sachin steady in batting no one can't control sachin batting.
5 Jan 07
England, South Africa, West Indies and Australia always relay on their fast bowlers to take wickets. India until 1990's very much relying on spinners to close the opponent's innings. Now neither fast bowlers nor spinners are that effective as the bowlers were in 1970's and 1980's. Shane Warne could not be runaway success in India or against India because Indians generally can play better against spinners.