#BooksByCricketers – a twitter trend !

Twitter witnesses lot of trending topics and people everyday ranging from all spheres of life and yesterday I saw interesting hashtag #BooksByCricketers which was trending for a long time on Twitter and it had some awesome collection of tweets from people across the globe. Since all of them very funny so I thought of just compiling few of them here in my post.

  1. 99 ways to get out in the 90’s – Sachin Tendulkar.
  2. How it feels to be a God – Sachin Tendulkar.
  3. The Mumbai boy who sold his Ferrari – Sachin Tendulkar.
  4. How to win the World Cup and stay uninvited – Kapil Dev.
  5. A Hair Raising Tale – Virender Sehwag.
  6. How to drop catches in various ways – Kamran Akmal.
  7. The Art of Loosing – Ashish Nehra.
  8. A myth called gravity – Chris Gayle.
  9. SAT English preparation guide – Shoaib Akhtar.
  10. A case of exploding Aloos – Inzamam-ul Haq.
  11. How to play cricket without anything but your mouth – Harbhajan Singh.
  12. A step too far – Mohammmad Amir.
  13. Eat, Sing, Dance …& Get Injured – S Sreesanth.
  14. Age : Just a number – Shahid Afridi.
  15. All is fair in “Love, Sex & Cricket “– Shane Warne.
  16. The monkey business – Andrew Symonds.
  17. How “NOT” to be loyal to your partner – Shane Warne.
  18. How to be Rajnikant of Cricket – MS Dhoni.
  19. How to play cricket without sledging – A guide for Australians by an Australian Michael Hussey.
  20. Captaincy Blunders – Virender Sehwag.
  21. The Scotch Brite – Lasith Malinga.
  22. Sleeping with the enemy – Mohammad Asif.
  23. How to make CSK win the IPL everytime – BCCI.
  24. The Runaway Bride – Michael Clarke.
  25. How to Dance – Dwayne Bravo.

 

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Ayrton Senna- All Time Greatest F1 Driver.

“Racing, competing, it’s in my blood. It’s part of me, it’s part of my life; I have been doing it all my life and it stands out above everything else” – Ayrton Senna, 1960-1994

Racers and Formula 1 fanatics and enthusiasts will never forget one of the greatest F1 champions who made a history in the field of car race. I was very young when Senna use to drive but again car racing is something which excites kids of all age groups.  For people who tracked his career, Senna was the first formula 1 driver who won 4 consecutive race victories in Formula 1 World Championship.  He is also remembered for his famous duel with one more greats of racing Alain Prost.

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MSD – The Management Guru.

Indian Cricket Captain – MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI, has gained respect and appeal from all corners of the world because of the way he has led the team and held the expectation of the 2nd highest populated country in the world for the last 3-4 years. His universal appeal has led to people citing his examples in various fields and aspects of management at all levels. He was recently in Top 100 most influential people of 2011 by TIME magazine in the world above Mukesh Ambani and Barack Obama. MSD has done country proud not only with his on field activities but also off field activities to an extent. He is liked by people not only for being captain cool but also because of his down to earth humility and head on shoulder attitude.

There are characteristics and qualities in the man what makes him successful and different from others. One of most important one is the humility and down to earth. Coming from a middle class back ground MSD has always shown patience and low profile. He has never shown arrogance or attitude or air despite being so successful and popular which shows that he has his head on shoulders and mind in place. He knows the value of this which is because of his upbringing and tough times he and his family have gone through. He has never blown his own trumpet and has been very straight forward with his criticism and appreciation of his fellow players. That’s a real leader and captain.

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Timeline of GOD of Cricket – SRT , 1988-2011

February 23-25, 1988

A monster in the making
Sachin Tendulkar, 14, and Vinod Kambli, 16 compile a 664-run unbroken partnership for Shardashram Vidyamandir against St Xavier’s at Azad Maidan. Kambli makes 349 not out, Tendulkar 326 not out. It remains the highest partnership recorded in any form of cricket, until in November 2006 two schoolboys from Hyderabad – Manoj Kumar and Mohammad Shaibaz – overtake the record with an unbeaten 721-run partnership.

December 11, 1988

Truly first-class debut
At 15, scores an unbeaten century against Gujarat at the Wankhede Stadium to become the youngest Indian to make a hundred on first-class debut. Was picked after Bombay captain Dilip Vengsarkar watched him negotiate Kapil Dev in the nets.

December 14, 1989

Bloody-minded to start with
On the last day of the last Test of his first Test series, in Sialkot, gets hit on the nose by Waqar Younis – also in his first series. Falls down, gets up, and wipes away the gushing blood. Medical assistance is declined. Is eventually out for 57.

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