Sachin Tendulkar said, 1999 Australia series is one of the toughest series of my career


MUMBAI: The great batsman Sachin Tendulkar has termed the series in Australia during the 24 years of his international career as the most stringent. Tendulkar said during a publicity program here, “There is no doubt that the series was in 1999 when we went to Australia and his team was unmatched. In his XI, there were seven to eight winners and the other players were very good. It was a team that dominated world cricket for many years. His style of play was quite aggressive. ‘
Steve Waugh’s team, completely dominated the series in three matches, had beaten India 3-0. Tendulkar said that the other teams appreciated Australia’s style of play and wanted to play like that. He said, “I still remember the way he played cricket in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney, the entire world was affected. All wanted to play similar cricket. Although we all respect the way we play, everyone thought that the cricket they played was special. ‘

Tendulkar said, “He has been successful in doing so consistently. He was a world-class team. “Describing the longest format of the sport as his favorite, Tendulkar said,” If I have to compare Test and one-day international cricket, then most of the satisfaction comes when you have a good performance in Test cricket Do something special for the team. ‘

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