In an interview to a news channel, Sachin Tendulkar finally admitted that he will reassess his future plans in November. He said, "I am 39 and I don't think I have plenty of cricket left in me." Many ex-cricketers have already suggested that Sachin should retire from the game. Here are a few:
"Sachin has to ask himself whether it's helping him as a one-day player or if it's helping the Indian team. If Sachin can't get an answer to these questions, he has to go."
"Maybe his (Sachin) time has come. Every player has his time. Age is not on his side as it was earlier."
"You don't want to go having lost to Australia 4-0. If he (Sachin) had gone after that World Cup that would have been the ultimate high."
"May be if the selection committee feels that Sachin Tendulkar didn't have a future in the Indian one-day team, they should take him aside and speak with him. They should allow him to call it a day."
"There is no need to advise a legend to hang his boots when he himself, I am sure, will do so when the time is right for him to do so."