India's batting stalwart Dravid, second most prolific batsman in Test history, has called a press conference in Bangalore tomorrow, prompting speculation that he may announce his retirement from international cricket where he has been a star for over 15 years.
Test cricket's two most prolific batsmen, Tendulkar and Dravid together fashioned many of India's famous wins with crucial partnerships over the past one and a half decade.
Talking about those partnerships, Tendulkar said, "I have shared the best moments with him. Our many century partnerships are testimony to the hours we spent together in the middle.
"For someone who has played 164 matches and over 13000 runs, no tribute can be enough."