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Sachin ‘doubtful' for Sunday match

Tendulkar cancels birthday celebrations, prays for Sai Baba

 Holy & Divine Body of Sri Sathya Sai Baba lying in State at Sai Kulwant Hall

Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar (2nd-R) pays his last respects to spiritual guru Sri Sathya Sai Baba at an ashram at Puttaparti in the southern Indian state of Andhra Pradesh April 25, 2011. Sai Baba, revered by millions of followers as a living god, died on Sunday in a hospital in southern India. He was 86. Sai Baba, who was admitted to hospital in his hometown of Puttaparti a month ago, died of multiple organ failure, media said.


V.V. Subrahmanyam

HYDERABAD: Sachin Tendulkar has reportedly put on hold his plans to lead Mumbai Indians against Deccan Chargers in the ongoing IPL-4 on Sunday, which also happens to be his birthday, in view of deteriorating health condition of Sri Satya Saibaba of Puttaparthi.

According to highly placed sources in the Hyderabad Cricket Association, Sachin who is anxiously following the condition of Baba is yet to decide whether or not to play the match to be held here.

Being an ardent follower of Baba, Sachin never missed an opportunity to visit Prashanti Nilayam whenever he was free. Recently, Hyderabadi cricketer V.V.S. Laxman and he sought the blessings of Saibaba, just before the World Cup.

That Sachin realised his dream of being a member of the World Cup winning squad is now history.

Interestingly, the HCA official reveals that the Intelligence Department has also been sounded on the possibility of Sachin pulling out of the match.

“One thing which is certain for now is that Sachin will not have any birthday bash, given the critical condition of Baba,” says the official. Sachin was earlier said to have planned a party with his teammates on April 23 in the hotel before joining his family and close friends at dinner the next day.

source: http://www.hindu.com/2011/04/23/stories/20110423518301 00.htm



Sachin's decision should be respected: Sanga

With reports emerging that Sachin Tendulkar may not play against Deccan Chargers in the IPL on Sunday in view of the worsening condition of Sathya Sai Baba, DC skipper Kumar Sangakkara on Saturday said one should respect the iconic batsman's decision.

"If Sachin does not play on Sunday because he is worried about Sathya Sai Baba, his decision should be respected. You should always show a support towards personal decisions," Sangakkara said.

"There are many followers of Sai Baba in Sri Lanka too and they are also anxious. So I think it's a personal decision and should be respected," he added.

Mumbai Indians skipper Tendulkar on Saturday joined the thousands of devotees praying for a speedy recovery of Shri Sathya Sai Baba, whose condition continues to remain very critical.

Asking his fans to pray for the well being of Satya Sai Baba, Tendulkar, an ardent follower of Sai Baba, tweeted, "I m praying for Shri Sathya Sai Baba's quick recovery. Hope everyone will join me in praying for his return to good health."

The panel of doctors attending on the spiritual guru today said that his vital organs were showing minimal response to treatment and he continues to be in same critical state of health.

Sangakkara also wished Sachin, who turns 38 on Sunday, a very happy birthday in advance.

"I wish him a very happy birthday," the Sri Lankan added.


SOURCE: http://www2.cricbuzz.com/cricket-news/4003 5/sachins-decision-should-be-respected-sanga


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