Sachin’s approach towards the game is still the same : John Wright

Mumbai Indians coach John Wright was also all praise for Tendulkar, saying he had always kept things simple and youngsters must learn from him.

"I had seen him first as 16-year-old opponent when India played New Zealand in a Test match and later when I became India's coach in 2000," said Wright.

"I have seen him closely for years. I feel he has never changed his approach towards the game and this is one of the reasons for his huge success. The youngsters can learn from him. It is good to see that he has the same approach even now.

"He has kept things simple. He looks keen and fresh," he added.

Refusing to be dragged into the controversy regarding Tendulkar's 200th Test and his retirement, Rohit said, "I wish he does well in the CLT20 and I don't know what happens in future."