Virender Sehwag Status and quotes

Virender Sehwag Status and quotes

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  • Fitness has nothing to do with age.
  • I don’t bother about image.
  • If you are disciplined, it shows you are organised.
  • I learned from Tendulkar how to get big hundreds.
  • When I play a cover-drive, I play it to score runs.
  • My shot selection has to be good to score big runs.
  • Anyone in the game can make any score.
  • Sachin Tendulkar was one of the fittest players.
  • I think if you think so much, you simply cannot bat.
  • I would never want a guy who is not a natural keeper.
  • We don’t need to run 5-6 kms, even in a Test match.
  • If you know how to score runs, you can perform in any format.
  • Sledging is an important part of the game, but you should never cross the line.
  • I don’t like to party. I like to spend time with family on my birthday.
  • The officers and jawans of CRPF have sacrificed a lot for the nation.
  • To say that the captain makes the team lose or win is not correct.
  • Experience always enables you to handle pressure better.
  • Like life, the beauty of sports is that no two periods are identical.
  • As a cricketer, everybody has a dream to play for your country.
  • I don’t care whether I am politically correct or not when I tweet.
  • I have never been able to play consistently with soft hands.
  • I write what I like. I don’t bother what people think about it.
  • I always tell myself to bat the full day, and if there is a ball to be hit, just hit it.
  • I curse myself if I get out without making a 100 after crossing 40.
  • I was scared of facing only one bowler – that was Muttiah Muralitharan.
  • Every player has his own mantra of working on his physique.

Virender Sehwag Status and quotes

  • Many stories come from the dressing room that one doesn’t speak when you are playing but can do once retired.
  • One should always be happy, irrespective of what you achieve in a match or in life. That’s how I live my life.
  • When a person becomes satisfied, he doesn’t run after things, doesn’t worry about it, and doesn’t make efforts.
  • If I had planned to score double and triple hundreds, I would probably not have made them ever.
  • Whenever senior players are missing, its ideal for youngsters to avail of these opportunities.
  • My best India v. Pakistan moment is from our first match in the ICC World T20 2007, which was a tie.
  • My style is my strength. It is my natural game. That is how I grew up and scored most of my runs.
  • I have matured in my shot selection but will not discard my style. I don’t believe in wasting balls.
  • Sometimes, you just need to get out of the game and should do things which you want to do in life and like.
  • Does it make a difference if I score 8000 or 10,000 runs in Test cricket? Not in anybody’s life.
  • I am the superstitious kind: I never praise a shot because I fear the moment I do so, the batsman gets out.
  • As an international player, the players have to adapt to the condition no matter what the situation is.
  • If I do commentary, write articles, or am an expert on a news channel, I can still earn money.
  • No Indian wants their sportspersons to get left behind or any particular sports to get left behind.
  • God has been kind, and I have done what I wanted to do – on the field and in my life.
  • I would like to ask, Should not a player who has played 12 to 13 years for his country deserves a farewell match?
  • Many stories come from the dressing room that one doesn’t speak when you are playing but can do once retired.
  • I batted with contact lenses in the IPL while playing for Delhi Daredevils. I wasn’t picking the ball early. So I went back to the glasses.
  • Cricketers are worried about their milestones, worried that they should score 5000-10,000 Test runs, but I am not fussy.
  • Players like Ravindra Jadeja, Yusuf Pathan, Warner, Glenn Maxwell were noticed at IPL first. It is a platform for players all over the world.
  • Because I knew I had got success at Ranji level, I was confident I would get some success in international cricket too.
  • Only great players can have two shots for one ball as Tendulkar does, and a big reason is that he picks the ball very early.
  • During the peak of my career, I used to pick the ball as soon it was released from the bowler’s hands. And I hit the ball through the line.
  • In international cricket, the atmosphere changes, and the interest level is higher, but for a cricketer, it is still a game he has to play.
  • People say I take too many risks. But the fact is, there is risk involved in every shot. You can get out trying to defend a ball as well.
  • The coach should be a friend, not a coach. And at the international level, all you need is a friend who can motivate you. The technique doesn’t matter.

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