Sachin declares his ODI innings over
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As India's most famous No. 10 jersey gets folded up for ever, ODI fights a losing battle to keep up with the scores of T20 leagues mushrooming around the world.
Though expected, Tendulkar's decision to quit ODIs means the final goodbye might be round the corner. Maybe, after the Australia Test series. And for those who can't think of cricket minus Tendulkar, this is a hard realisation. One tweet summed up the mood for the hardcore Tendulkar fans. "So this is what Mayans actually meant when they said that the World will end. Thank you, and Goodbye Sachin."
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