Should Sachin retire?

United States
November 7, 2007 1:26pm CST
Sachin just said that he is not thinking about retirement. But since he is playing good, don't you think it is good time for retirement? When he will not play good and people will start asking him to retire and selectors may get the chance to drop him, like they did to Dravid. So.....
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@vinay049 (1839)
• India
1 Mar 08
no he won't retire now he can play some cricket still
• Saudi Arabia
8 Nov 07
i think he is a good settled player yet today and may be he enjoys his game today more then he starts yoy ask that he would now be retired 1- I think that he plays very well up todate 2- and his retirement is not at that he play bad game then he will be retired 3- being a senior he is a role model for his team 4 he has good ethics and Aticates and not a jalos one so i think that there is no need for any body that sachin would be retired that is his own and BCCI who would decide about his future Thanks ' OBAID
• India
8 Nov 07
Hey , its not the case with Dravid , he has proved that he still has that edge in cricket by playing a wonderful knock of 200 in domestic cricket recently for Karnataka against Mumbai. And SAchin should not retire at all - he should play till the next WC and win Indian Team . As you have said i dont think a player like sachin can ever loss his form .
@ram_cv (16516)
• India
8 Nov 07
I think Sachin should retire from the one day format of the game. He should still continue to play test cricket for at least a period of 2-3 more years. But, of the three Sachin, Saurav and Dravid, I think Sachin contributes most in one dayers. I think all these three should retire from one dayers and concentrate on the test matches. Cheers! Ram
• India
7 Nov 07
Sachin has some amount of good cricket left in him. I think he has the capacity to play for another one or two years from now with some intervals.