Playing It My Way [Sachin Tendulkar] on frvi4.net *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 'I don't think anyone, apart from Don Bradman, is in the same class as Sachin Tendulkar.' - /5(). Playing It My Way: My Autobiography by Sachin Tendulkar, and co-authored by renowned cricket historian and media personality Boria Majumdar is the much-awaited official autobiography of cricket’s batting icon Sachin Tendulkar/5. I was delighted to see ‘Playing it my way’ placed on my father’s bookshelf and picked it up to read the mammoth page autobiography of Sachin Tendulkar in a few hours and I could hardly take off my eyes off from the book/5. Nov 08, · Buy Playing It My Way: My Autobiography: Read Kindle Store Reviews - frvi4.net Skip to main content. Try Prime tendulkar hard work little master great man sachin fan indian cricket cricket fans reading this book dressing room well written playing it my way god of cricket looking forward behind the scenes master blaster good read /5(). Nov 22, · Playing It My Way is the autobiography of former Indian cricketer Sachin frvi4.net was launched on 5 November in Mumbai. The book summarises Tendulkar's early days, his 24 years of international career and aspects of his life that have not been shared publicly. Nov 16, · Playing It My Way: My Autobiography Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Apple. Android/5(K). Nov 16, · frvi4.net - Buy Playing It My Way book online at best prices in India on frvi4.net Read Playing It My Way book reviews & author details and /5(K). be completely honest, as that’s the way I have always played the game. So here I am, at the end of my final innings, having taken that last walk back to the pavilion, ready to recount as many incidents as I can remember from a career in which I was lucky enough to be able to spend my time Playing It My Way.
Nov 07, Shahine Ardeshir rated it really liked it. Instances in question being when he talked to Nasseer Hussain about his average and scores despite Giles's negative line, how much the declaration affected him didn't he say it was okay back then? And I wasn't disappointed! It is an in depth technical analysis of all the matches SRT has ever played, what was going through his mind, how strategies were formed and how by acute observation the course of This is the Bible of cricket, written by none other than God himself. Family importance and support is important but it is a bit too highlighted. It was entered in the Limca Book of Records  for To really believe it you have to be lucky enough to be born in the era of the little master.
All the great things are talked about which I am not against of but writing less on match fixing and other controversies that always hovered over Indian cricket was expected in a way the kind of person he is, but also disappointed me a tad bit. Sachin's autobiography, probably the most anticipated book in India in the last few years, is not groundbreaking, it's not overly controversial and doesn't tell us anything new about the legend who has been the subject of so much media exposure in the last two decades. It was particularly heartening to read about the master's insights on unforgettable matches like Sharjah, Natwest, Kolkata '01, and countless others. To really believe it you have to be lucky enough to be born in the era of the little master. Where it lets down is in its non-controversial stand on most issues. The one who inspires me more than all others combined.
Hardcover , pages. Achievements ODI Awards. For e. Dec 26, Salil Kanitkar rated it liked it Shelves: english , Series by series,match by match, the book takes one into a journey back into time, and helps us relive the highs and lows of Indian cricket over the past 25 years. Definitely not sitting across him and asking him to jot down whatever he remembers about the major series and tournaments, which is what this feels like. Most surprisingly, Yuvraj Singh's struggle with cancer and Sachin's stint with the Parliament as a Rajya Sabha member do not find a mention in this book. The four star rating is pretty much solely due to that it is a Sachin book by Sachin Himself. The book is nicely written, describing his cricket life and also his personal life.