Bradman and Tendulkar played cricket under totally different circumstances and hence it is not possible to gauge who is greater. Will you agree or disagree with this statement. If so why?
Secondly Bradman played less than sixty test matches in all, and his record of 29 centuries comes from that and also his average of 99.9. In comparison today's record breakers have made done that playing for twenty years or more and much more than a hundred test matches ( not in fifty or so matches). Hence it is true that Bradman's record cannot be ever broken. This is said by all including Gavaskar, Lara, Sachin, Border, Waugh, Ponting etc etc.
Profiles RSS / Paul Moon / 04 December 2007 / 41 Comments
Paul Moon doesn't pull any punches as he looks at the achievements of the great Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar (born 24 April 1973 in Mumbai) is a small man at 5ft 5in but he is a cricketing colossus. Wisden rated Sachin Tendulkar as the second greatest Test Cricket and ODI batsman of all time after the legendary Sir Don Bradman and Sir Viv Richards respectively. The list was later revised to make him best ODI player of all time. I disagree, he is the best ever batsman of all time.
I have the most deepest and sincerest respects for what The Don achieved but you cannot compare those undemanding runs scored against amateurs in the 30's and 40's to Sachin's, scored against the modern era fast bowlers and real spinners.
The Don scored most of his runs against bumbling, clumsy, inept, limited, unfit, sometimes ageing upper class twits with spe ...more