Mumbai: Master batsman Sachin Tendulkar, who returned from Dhaka on Wednesday after India's exit from the Asia Cup, said that although the pressure of scoring the hundredth ton is off, it was not easy for him to get it despite scoring 99 centuries. (Also see: Do not put pressure on Kohli, warns Tendulkar)
"The pressure is off. It was a difficult phase and all of us had to wait for it for a long time. But it has made everyone realise, including me, that even after scoring 99 hundreds to score another one is not easy," Tendulkar said. (Also see: Sachin Tendulkar painting sold for $750,000 )
"Let's look forward to the next season. This season is over and I look forward to the next season," he added.