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Tendulkar scored 193 in his 99th Test, at Headlingley in 2002, contributing significantly to India's innings-and-46-run victory. "The beauty of Tendulkar is the ability to make shots that the merely very good players cannot - and the wiser 29-year-old model even does it without risk," wrote Rahul Bhattacharya in the Guardian. "His wrists are a curious mix of clay and steel: able to take any shape, then, trading suppleness for force for the briefest moment that bat meets ball. Yesterday he swirled his way about on the onside as if it was his very own version of leg theory.

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