Watch this news video report including archive footage as Sachin Tendulkar announces his decision to retire from cricket in November.
Tendulkar will play his 200th and final Test, rumoured to be in his home town of Mumbai, against the West Indies, after which he will retire.
He has already retired from One-Day International and Twenty20 cricket and by the time he has finished, will have enjoyed a 24-year career that began in November 1989.
Along the way, he broke a host of records, including Test centuries, appearances and runs, becoming the first man to score an ODI double-century and the first man to register 100 international centuries.
He won the 2011 World Cup with India, helped them achieve the coveted number one Test ranking, twice won the Champions League Twenty20 and the Indian Premier League with the Mumbai Indians.
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