Sachin Tendulkar wants to explore India after retirement

Updated: 23 October 2013 18:33 IST

Sachin Tendulkar will quit international cricket after the second Test against the West Indies at the Wankhede Stadium from November 14 to 18.

Sachin Tendulkar wants to explore incredible India with his children after he retires from Test cricket. Speaking at a function organized by a travel portal in Mumbai on Tuesday, Tendulkar said: "We want to teach our children what India is all about. They have been to the Taj Mahal and Jalianwala Bag and they have made a great impression on their minds."

Tendulkar will retire from Test cricket after the second Test against the West Indies at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium from November 14-18. This will also be his 200th Test. Tendulkar had retired from ODIs last year. The Master Blaster, who is also a Rajya Sabha MP, is expected to devote a lot of time to his family, post-retirement.

Tendulkar said outside India, London was his favourite city. "It has a mix of both English and India," he said.

Topics : Sachin Tendulkar Cricket
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