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Old 16-06-2009, 05:30 PM
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Post Tendulkar may miss tour to Windies - Cricket News

Sachin Tendulkar may miss the forthcoming cricket tour of the West Indies as he feels he is yet to regain full fitness, sources said in Nottingham on Tuesday.


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Now that will be a double blow for the indians, after their early exit from the T20 WC ,the team is under some pressure to perform,with sehwag carrying an injury, and doubtful for the windies tour ,this may be a very big blow for the team, and for the first time in his captaincy, MS is under some flak, intersting to see how he copes with the criticism
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That is a big blow that the master blaster is not in the team.Indian batting line up remains on the shoulders of Gambhir, Yuvi & MSD in absence of Sachin & Viru.We will surely miss him.
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