Tendulkar, who is the highest run-getter in both one-day international and Test cricket, also enunciated that India should use Shikhar Dhawan wisely as he is the only left-hander.
In the video, Mithali can be seen sharing her views on the World Cup with Andrew Fleming, British Deputy High Commissioner posted in Hyderabad.
The former Pakistan skipper also said the pitches in England will suit strong Indian batting line-up.
Shastri said it would be the most challenging World Cup considering the quality of the opposition teams and the change in format.
The tale of India’s World Cups splits itself into two halves, with the said point of inflection being the turn of this millennium. Before the first digit of the year turned to ‘2’.
Dhoni also said that he will soon hold an exhibition of his paintings and asked for suggestions and advice from his fans in this regard.
Amidst rumours about his retirement, Dhoni has now himself fuelled the debate by revealing what he might opt to do after he calls it a day.
Dhoni might be ranked as one of India's most successful captains, but after the England tour, questions were raised on his approach to batting.
Presence of wicket-takers in middle overs will benefit India in high-scoring World Cup: Rahul Dravid
Rahul Dravid also had words of praise for two-time World Cup-winning veteran Mahendra Singh Dhoni.
There were questions raised over MS Dhoni's batting form, but in the last few months, the 37-year old has shown his finishing abilities are just where they should be.
A trend shows that Dhoni has been taking the game deep before going for a final assault but his one-time national and current CSK teammate wants him to go back to his big-hitting ways.
MS Dhoni's close friend and former Bihar teammate Satya Prakash shared interesting details about 'Captain Cool'.
Kuldeep also said that IPL form won't matter for a player of Virat Kohli's calibre.
A pivotal figure for India in the event’s history, the veteran’s sole focus on white ball over last five years will be the biggest catalyst in his ostensible swansong.
Chennai Super Kings’ CEO Kasi Viswanathan talks about the team’s strengths and struggles on the pitch this year, and is certain that...