India's batting legend, Sachin Tendulkar, will be asked to retire after his 200th Test against West Indies, the Mumbai Mirror reported on Monday.
The report said, the BCCI is likely to ask Sachin Tendulkar to retire after his 200th Test against West Indies, the venue for his historical milestone, which is yet to be finalised.
It further said that he will be asked to go as he's been failing with the bat and it's been decided exactly who it will be who will convey the message to Sachin.
"Impeccable sources within the top echelons of the board confirmed to this newspaper that Sachin Tendulkar, who has given no indication of any plans to hang up his boots so far, will be asked by board officials to step down and make way for newer talent. It has also been decided exactly who it will be who will convey the message to Sachin," the newspaper said in its report.