Sachin Tendulkar on Sunday said his association with cricket wouldn’t end with his retirement from international arena, but it was too early to determine what exactly it would be.
The master blaster who played his 200th and final Test match against the West Indies on Saturday, said it had been a dream journey for him and he has no regrets at leaving the sport.
'Cricket has been my life, it is oxygen to me. In 40 years, at least 30 years I have played proper cricket -- 75 percent of my life has been cricket. So, there will be some association with the game, maybe not in the immediate future. Still, it is only 24 hours since my retirement,' he said at a press conference here.
'It hasn’t struck me that I won’t play cricket again. It has been a dream journey, no regret that I am leaving cricket. This was the right time to stop playing cricket. An enjoyable journey,' he added.