Would Have Approached the 2003 World Cup Differently if T20s Existed Then: Tendulkar

Mumbai: Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar to believe that the advent of Twenty20 changed the approach batsers to pursue great results in ODI, which would be of great help if India repeated the final of the 2003 World Cup lost against Australia.
India lost the 2003 World Cup final against Australia for 125 races in Johannesburg. Australia scored a 359-2 mammoth and Indian batting showed a poor performance in the 234 coupling.
Asked about the loss, Tendulkar said: “I feel that if we could play this game today, players will approach this game differently.” We have all been accused, we went in the field and to the right of many, it was that great moment, very responsible. (If the same) players have the opportunity, we will discuss (this game) differently, “said Tendulkar.
The 44-year-old spoke to reporters Tuesday after the strengths of his upcoming biopic “Sachin: A Billion Dreams” was shown to the media.
“We have also repeatedly obtained 325-340, and it is because the format has changed, the rules have changed a bit. Conditions have also changed (which) we had there, which means that the mood had changed due To the introduction of T20 and the calculations are different, “said the right-hander right-handed hitter.
Meanwhile, Tendulkar also praised Raj Singh Dungarpur, former president and chairman of the BCCI selectors, saying he helped him in his early days.
“Raj Bhai told me clearly that concentrating on his exams is not going to the West Indies (in 1989). It was during the semifinal of the Ranji Trophy, we played in Delhi and had a network of
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