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      Test ratings vanno.... ??
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      Tendulkar better than Sir Don according to poll

      Iconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who on Sunday became the only cricketer in history to have scored 50 Test tons, emerged the runaway winner over Don Bradman in a poll commissioned by an Australian newspaper on who is the best batsman of all time.

      In an online poll conducted by the Sydney Morning Herald asking readers to vote for 'The greatest batsman ever: Bradman or Tendulkar?', Tendulkar secured 67 per cent of the votes as against Bradman's 33 per cent. 20768 cricket fans voted.

      Tendulkar seemed to have got votes from those who took into account that he played in three formats of the game and against 10 countries while Bradman played in only Test matches and primarily in Australia and England only.

      "Tendulkar is better than Bradman. Tendulkar has played three forms of the game to Bradman's one. Tendulkar has played around in many different pitches, against a variety of bowlers, and is the highest run getter in Tests and one dayers. Undisputedly, the BEST EVER," one comment said.

      "Bradman scored a total of 7000 runs of which 5000 plus were against one country. He played only against four countries in an era where not many matches were played in a year. He did not face too many world class bowlers, with the fastest being Larwood who bowled supposedly at 95 mph," another post said.

      "I am Australian. I love Don Bradman .... But my unbiased thought is Sachin is Greater. Sachin has more than 30,000 Runs. He is playing in an era where every ball is analyzed and taken note of. Yet 12 nations have not found the way to stop this man."

      "When Bradman played cricket .. . it was not analyzed as we do it today. Bradman only played Test and that to only in England and Australia. This 30,000 runs, 50 Test hundreds, 45 ODI hundreds, 200 runs in ODI stands out for Sachin and that's why he is greater," another fan said.

      Those who consider Bradman better than Tendulkar felt the Australian legend played on uncovered pitches at a time when there was no helmet and yet he had a near hundred average.

      "Bradman - no helmet, uncovered pitches, higher average, no advantage of a modern bat, more centuries per innings - enough said really. Tendulkar is the best in the modern game, but Bradman is hands down the greatest," one cricket fan commented.

      "No brainer in my view, but no doubt that both were legends of their era. There are two many variables to make an accurate comparison across eras. Conditions, equipment, frequency of matches, quality of opposition. 99.94 is the stand out for me," another comment said.

      But some felt the comparison was futile as the two legends played in different eras.

      "Sounds foolish to compare players from two different eras. Numbers don't count much when the conditions are so different. Same debate has been on comparing Pele and Maradona," a comment said.



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      Quote Originally Posted by Film lover View Post
      Tendulkar better than Sir Don according to poll

      Iconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who on Sunday became the only cricketer in history to have scored 50 Test tons, emerged the runaway winner over Don Bradman in a poll commissioned by an Australian newspaper on who is the best batsman of all time.

      In an online poll conducted by the Sydney Morning Herald asking readers to vote for 'The greatest batsman ever: Bradman or Tendulkar?', Tendulkar secured 67 per cent of the votes as against Bradman's 33 per cent. 20768 cricket fans voted.

      Tendulkar seemed to have got votes from those who took into account that he played in three formats of the game and against 10 countries while Bradman played in only Test matches and primarily in Australia and England only.

      "Tendulkar is better than Bradman. Tendulkar has played three forms of the game to Bradman's one. Tendulkar has played around in many different pitches, against a variety of bowlers, and is the highest run getter in Tests and one dayers. Undisputedly, the BEST EVER," one comment said.

      "Bradman scored a total of 7000 runs of which 5000 plus were against one country. He played only against four countries in an era where not many matches were played in a year. He did not face too many world class bowlers, with the fastest being Larwood who bowled supposedly at 95 mph," another post said.

      "I am Australian. I love Don Bradman .... But my unbiased thought is Sachin is Greater. Sachin has more than 30,000 Runs. He is playing in an era where every ball is analyzed and taken note of. Yet 12 nations have not found the way to stop this man."

      "When Bradman played cricket .. . it was not analyzed as we do it today. Bradman only played Test and that to only in England and Australia. This 30,000 runs, 50 Test hundreds, 45 ODI hundreds, 200 runs in ODI stands out for Sachin and that's why he is greater," another fan said.

      Those who consider Bradman better than Tendulkar felt the Australian legend played on uncovered pitches at a time when there was no helmet and yet he had a near hundred average.

      "Bradman - no helmet, uncovered pitches, higher average, no advantage of a modern bat, more centuries per innings - enough said really. Tendulkar is the best in the modern game, but Bradman is hands down the greatest," one cricket fan commented.

      "No brainer in my view, but no doubt that both were legends of their era. There are two many variables to make an accurate comparison across eras. Conditions, equipment, frequency of matches, quality of opposition. 99.94 is the stand out for me," another comment said.

      But some felt the comparison was futile as the two legends played in different eras.

      "Sounds foolish to compare players from two different eras. Numbers don't count much when the conditions are so different. Same debate has been on comparing Pele and Maradona," a comment said.



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      Ithu parayaan enthina poll..
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      Quote Originally Posted by saharapookal View Post
      Test ratings vanno.... ??
      Tendulkar moves within touching distance of a return to top spot



      India batsman Sachin Tendulkar has closed the gap on Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara to just two ratings points at the top of the Reliance Mobile ICC Test Rankings following his 50th Test century in the Centurion Test which finished on Monday.
      Tendulkar now has an excellent opportunity to overtake Sangakkara in top spot, with two Tests of the three-match series still remaining, although he will face tough competition from Jacques Kallis.
      Kallis' double century, the first of his career, has earned him a rise of one place to third spot while pushing Virender Sehwag into fourth position. This has also strengthened Kallis' position as the leading all-rounder in Test cricket with a huge 78 ratings points advantage over New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori who is in second spot.
      Fifth-placed AB de Villiers' 129 not out from just 112 balls has earned him a new career-high rating of 806 points, while Hashim Amla, who hit 140 in South Africa's mammoth total of 620-4dec in the first innings, has moved up three places to ninth spot in the latest rankings.
      Meanwhile, Mike Hussey's heroics in the Perth Test match, where he scored 61 and 116 in Australia's 267 run-victory over England, have seen him fly eight places up the rankings. He now sits in sixth position, which is the first time that he has been in the top 10 of the batting rankings in two years.
      Shane Watson's consistent form in the Ashes series has seen him rise a further 13 places to 13th spot, achieving a career-high rating after his performances in Perth, while Kevin Pietersen's double failure in the match has sent him in the opposite direction in the rankings, falling nine places to a joint-25th position with Ian Bell. Jonathan Trott has also slipped four places to 10th spot.
      On the bowling front, Dale Steyn's seven wickets have ensured that he maintains the top spot in the bowling rankings.
      Mitchell Johnson's outstanding performance in Perth, taking 6-38 and 3-44, is rewarded with a fourth place in the rankings, a rise of three places, although he remains behind Morne Morkel who also jumps three spots to third after he achieved match figures of 7-114 against India.
      For information on the ICC Player Rankings go to: www.reliancemobileiccrankings.com.

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      Quote Originally Posted by cinebuff View Post


      Tendulkar moves within touching distance of a return to top spot



      India batsman Sachin Tendulkar has closed the gap on Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara to just two ratings points at the top of the Reliance Mobile ICC Test Rankings following his 50th Test century in the Centurion Test which finished on Monday.
      Tendulkar now has an excellent opportunity to overtake Sangakkara in top spot, with two Tests of the three-match series still remaining, although he will face tough competition from Jacques Kallis.
      Kallis' double century, the first of his career, has earned him a rise of one place to third spot while pushing Virender Sehwag into fourth position. This has also strengthened Kallis' position as the leading all-rounder in Test cricket with a huge 78 ratings points advantage over New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori who is in second spot.
      Fifth-placed AB de Villiers' 129 not out from just 112 balls has earned him a new career-high rating of 806 points, while Hashim Amla, who hit 140 in South Africa's mammoth total of 620-4dec in the first innings, has moved up three places to ninth spot in the latest rankings.
      Meanwhile, Mike Hussey's heroics in the Perth Test match, where he scored 61 and 116 in Australia's 267 run-victory over England, have seen him fly eight places up the rankings. He now sits in sixth position, which is the first time that he has been in the top 10 of the batting rankings in two years.
      Shane Watson's consistent form in the Ashes series has seen him rise a further 13 places to 13th spot, achieving a career-high rating after his performances in Perth, while Kevin Pietersen's double failure in the match has sent him in the opposite direction in the rankings, falling nine places to a joint-25th position with Ian Bell. Jonathan Trott has also slipped four places to 10th spot.
      On the bowling front, Dale Steyn's seven wickets have ensured that he maintains the top spot in the bowling rankings.
      Mitchell Johnson's outstanding performance in Perth, taking 6-38 and 3-44, is rewarded with a fourth place in the rankings, a rise of three places, although he remains behind Morne Morkel who also jumps three spots to third after he achieved match figures of 7-114 against India.
      For information on the ICC Player Rankings go to: www.reliancemobileiccrankings.com.
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      akram paranha karyam shari anu..sachin okke retire ayal kali kanunnavarude ennam enthayalum kurayum
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