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Saurav Ganguly: What he said, really meant and definitely did not


What he said:

“You’ll not get another Sachin Tendulkar in a short time, or it could be you never get a Sachin Tendulkar.”

Saurav Ganguly is an unabashed Sachin Tendulkar fan.

What he really meant:

“A genius like Tendulkar comes along once in a generation or two.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“We’re cloning Tendulkars at Eden Gardens and Wankhede.”

What he said, really meant and definitely didn’t: Sanjay Dixit

What he said:

“Warnie, to me, was the tortured romantic, a Van Gogh-like figure almost, or the Guru Dutt of Kagaz ke Phool.”

Sanjay Dixit, Rajasthan Cricket Association’s secretary on Shane Warne in an article on Yahoo! Cricket.

What he really meant:

“Warne is a genius with a self-destructive streak.”

What he definitely didn’t:

“I’m a huge fan.”


Roger Federer’s thought processes: Between points, not a robot (Humor)

Roger Federer Karikatur

Image via Wikipedia

The Japanese are offended.

If Roger Federer had to compare himself to a robot, then why did he have to choose Robocop and not their beloved Giant Robot?

Surely a titan would prefer to compare himself to another?

The Swiss maestro clarified that he was not a machine and does not go from point to point like a Robocop.

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