Sydney: Sachin Tendulkar's mental strength makes him a legendary batsman and the 'modern-day Don Bradman' would get to his elusive 100th international century in the second Test against Australia starting in Sydney on Tuesday, believes former pacer Stuart Clark.
"What will make the Australian bowlers even more wary in this Test is that Tendulkar has a definite affinity with the SCG. I see no reason why he will not bring up his elusive 100th international hundred in the 100th Test match at the grand old ground," Clark wrote in his column for 'Sydney Morning Herald'.
"For the past 20 years, the modern-day Don Bradman has plundered attacks around the world. Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh were no match for him. Wasim Akram and Waqar Younis did their best for little reward. Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath toiled hard against him for the same result. The reality is that Tendulkar is simply too good.