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Thursday, 4 September 2014

Sachin Tendulkar has quoted defending champion India to do well at next year's World Cup

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Retired champion cricketer Sachin Tendulkar of India because of the team's all-round ability to support next year's World Cup is back defending well.

"India is a strong contender for the title, that's for sure," Tendulkar was quoted as saying in Thursday's The Hindu newspaper in Chennai. "It is tough to beat a well-balanced side."

It was 3-0 after four games in a five-run lead in the Tests and ODIs and most centuries in both the 41-year-old Tendulkar, who retired in 2013, praised the Indian team in all facets of the match one-day series in England.

"When you are in the right-left combination at the crease, the right and left-handers. Has a good mix, it becomes very difficult for bowlers. They have to find the right line," Tendulkar said.

Opener Shikhar Dhawan, Suresh Raina and Ravindra Jadeja experienced all-rounder Yuvraj Singh and opener Gautam Gambhir in the team hoping to make it back to the left-hander, who is a regular in the ODI team.

India has a lot of depth in batting, despite its relatively inexperienced bowling in limited overs matches, has posed problems in the final overs.

However, on November 6, Tendulkar, who is set to come out with his autobiography, combining bowling attack was very well said.

"Indians. Sharing have been bowling well at different stages of the innings with some good pace and spin options," Tendulkar, who was part of the team that won the World Cup at home in 2011, he said.

Tendulkar, the Indian team abroad within three days lost in the last two Tests in England in the series, including a recent 3-1 loss in spite of its poor performance was the ability to do well in tests.

2015 World Cup will be played in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29.

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