Inspiring quotes by Sunil Gavaskar

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Sunil Gavaskar

  • To become a good player, you need talent. To become a great player, you need an attitude like Kohli.
  • When I die, the last thing I want to see is the six that Dhoni hit in the 2011 World Cup final.
  • Comparisons are really no good in sport, especially if it is a comparison between different eras and generations, for there are so many variables that come into play, starting from the quality of the opposition to playing conditions.
  • Test centuries is one such records which doesn’t look like being surpassed.
  • India’s fortune will depend on how many runs the little champion scores. There is no doubt Tendulkar is the real thing.
  • Before dying, my last wish will be to see MS Dhoni’s World Cup
    Winning Six.
  • When you sit down and focus on the matches and series that took place during the 12 month period it strikes you just how broad the talent pool is in international cricket is today.
  • I think, apart from Sir Garfield Sobers nobody else has played 20 years in international cricket and 20 years playing at the very highest level and to the very highest standard is an achievement beyond compare.
  • Respect Dhoni’s decision to quit. We should respect his incredible contribution to Indian cricket. Can’t measure in words. Probably his quitting came one Test early.
  • Well, it’s such a record that you can only compare it with Bob Beamon’s long-jump world record set in the 1968 Olympics in Mexico. At that time it seemed that it would never be broken. Tendulkar’s 50 Test centuries is one such records which doesn’t look like being surpassed.

Sunil Gavaskar, born on July 10, 1949, in Mumbai, India, is a legendary former Indian cricketer widely regarded as one of the greatest opening batsmen in the history of cricket.

Gavaskar made his Test debut in 1971 against the West Indies and quickly gained fame for his technical proficiency and resilience. He was the first player to score 10,000 runs in Test cricket and held the record for the most Test centuries (34) for nearly two decades.

Gavaskar was known for his ability to face formidable fast bowling attacks with poise. After retiring in 1987, he became a respected cricket commentator and analyst. His contributions to cricket were recognized with numerous awards, including the Padma Bhushan. Sunil Gavaskar’s legacy continues to inspire aspiring cricketers worldwide.

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