Tendulkar greater than Bradman, says researcher

An economics researcher claims to have found an answer to the biggest debates in international cricket by picking Indian icon Sachin as the greatest Test between ever late Australian legend Sir Donald Bradman. “Griffith University researcher Dr. Nicholas Rohde has used economic theory to compare batsman from different eras, and says India’s ‘Little Master’, who will pad up against the Aussies at the MCC on Boxing Day, is history’s premier Willow Wielder”, reported The Australian. The 35 year old  Sachin has a world record 15,183 runs from 184 Tests at an average of 56.02 since making his debut in 1989. Bradman, on the other hand played 52 Test from 1928 to 1948, scoring, 6,996 runs at an astonishing average of 99.94. He died in 2001 aged 92.

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