Virat is fortunate to have emerged as a sensational batsman in an era that has granted an impetus to his belligerent attitude while India has been fortunate to find just the right leader to lead its team of competitive cricketers.
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While both sets of fans had their arguments of which of the two was the greatest, with Roger obviously having won more Grand Slam titles, Federer and Nadal’s dominance of the tennis world was never in doubt.
Dhoni closed at a record 331 games across all formats. A colossus among captain-wicketkeepers, given that second on the list of most matches across formats is Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim, who is yet to reach 80.
Andy Murray may not have the class of Roger Federer, the muscles of Rafael Nadal or the pace of Djokovic, but he’s a consistent hard worker, and that shows.