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No more IPL for me: Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday announced his retirement from the cash-rich Indian Premier League soon after Mumbai Indians won their maiden title,...
Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday announced his retirement from the cash-rich Indian Premier League soon after Mumbai Indians won their maiden title, defeating Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs in the final. "For World Cup, I had to wait for 21 years but for this I had to wait for only six years. Also this is special for me as I won't be playing in IPL next season," he said at the end of Mumbai Indians' triumph. "I think this is the right time to stop playing IPL. Just got to accept the reality that this would be my last season," he told the presenter. "I can't just wait to touch the trophy and this is the right time to say thank you to everyone. It's never too late to win a trophy," a beaming Tendulkar said when another legend Sunil Gavaskar asked whether he would play the opening match of Mumbai Indians at Wankhede next year.