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"It hasn't struck me that I won't play cricket again. It has been a dream journey, no regret that I am leaving cricket. This was the right time to stop playing cricket. It was an enjoyable journey," Tendulkar said at a packed press conference. "I had a question and when I looked for an answer, I felt it was the perfect time to leave the game." The 40-year-old maestro, who brought down the curtains on his career after playing his 200th Test, indicated that he would remain associated with the game after enjoying some time off.