At 37, Sachin Tendulkar is definitely at the twilight of his career but the former India captain Kapil Dev thinks otherwise as he feels the champion batsman will carry on to play another World Cup unless India lay its hands on next year's quadrennial event.
Kapil, India's only World Cup winning skipper, said that if not for injury, Tendulkar will be a great asset to the Indian team in the mega-event.Team India and its art of flattening weak teams
"I feel talking about Sachin (Tendulkar) is an insult to him. He is such an important personal not only for India but for the world cricket. His performance gives strength to the team. He brings in abundance of experience in the team," Kapil said during a promotional event for the 2011 World Cup on Thursday. Read MoreText and Images: PTIIn Image: Cricket legends India's Kapil Dev, West Indies' Vivian Richards, Pakistan's Imran Khan and Sri Lanka's Arjuna Ranatunga with ESPN Star presenter Alan Wilkins (C) during the unveiling of new initiatives and grand plans by ESPN Star Sports for the forthcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 tournament in New Delhi on Thursday.