India's batting legend Sachin Tendulkar has said no tribute can be enough
for his teammate Rahul Dravid, who is expected to announce his retirement
from international cricket on Friday.
"I have shared my best
moments with Rahul Dravid. No tribute can be enough for him," Tendulkar,
who is four months younger to Dravid, was quoted as saying by an English
Tendulkar said he will be missing Dravid, who made
his international debut five years after the batting maestro donned the
"For me there's only one Dravid. I will miss him in
the dressing room and on the field," he said.
Dravid is the
second highest run scorer in Test cricket after Tendulkar. They both have
captained the national team and were the safest pair of hands in the slip
cordon in the last decade.