"It hasn't been to the level required for batsmen and players in the Australian team. My level of performance hasn't been good enough." This is what former Australia captain Ricky Ponting had to say when he finally decided to call it a day from Test cricket on Thursday -- nine months after the talisman had retired from ODIs. Australia's highest scorer, having the number of centuries that's only less than Sachin Tendulkar, member of three World Cup winning squads, giving Australia nearly a decade-long supremacy -- Ponting has seen it all, and done it there. A look at the man's illustrious journey before going in to his last Test at the Perth.