India legend Sachin Tendulkar stylishly moved to 38 not out on the first day of his 200th and final Test match.
Arriving at the crease in his home city of Mumbai with India 77-2 after West Indies had been bowled out for 182, the 40-year-old took the hosts to 157-2.
After almost pushing his first delivery to short leg, Tendulkar swept his third ball to get off the mark.
He went on to strike six boundaries in 73 balls, raising his bat as India closed 25 runs adrift.
More to follow.
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