Mumbai: Former India pacer Javagal Srinath on Tuesday said that Sachin Tendulkar will feel a certain kind of emptiness once he quits the game after playing his landmark 200th Test here against the West Indies.
"My only worry is what will he do next. He is going to feel the void in his life after 24 years (of playing top level cricket). I was in Chittagong (Bangladesh as ICC match referee) when he called me up and said he's retiring and I told him it's a good decision you have taken," said the former India fast bowler.
Tendulkar's brother Ajit, also part of the panelists during the day-long 'India Today' function "Salam Sachin" put together to honour the batting great ahead of his farewell Test starting in two days' time at the Wankhede Stadium, agreed with Srinath.