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A man dressed as a Cardinal holds a banner about Australia's captain Steve Waugh and his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/David Gray
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Australian captain Steve Waugh (L) looks at his teammates as he holds his 'Baggy Green' cap and sings the national anthem at the start of his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/David Gray
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Australia's captain Steve Waugh (L) holds his 'Baggy Green' cap and sings the national anthem with teammates Ricky Ponting (C) and Adam Gilchrist (R) at the start of his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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Australia's captain Steve Waugh (L) wears his 'Baggy Green' cap as he stands next to his teammates after singing the national anthem at the start of his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/David Gray
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Australia's captain Steve Waugh bowls during the first day of the fourth test match against India and his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/David Gray
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Australia's captain Steve Waugh (C) shakes hands with teammates as he walks onto the ground at the start of his last test match before his retirement at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series against India stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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Friday January 2, 04:14 AM
Australian captain Steve Waugh third from left, walks a guard of honour through his teammates as he walks on the field for the start of play during play fo the first day of the fourth cricket test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Friday, Jan. 2, 2004. This test match is Steve Waugh's last before retirement. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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India's Akash Chopra is bowled by Australia's Brett Lee during the first day of the fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. The best-of-four test series stands at 1-1, after Australia won in Melbourne earlier this week and India won the test in Adelaide. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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Australia's Brett Lee (R) talks with India's Sachin Tendulkar during the first day of the fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 2, 2004. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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India's Sachin Tendulkar celebrates reaching his century during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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India's Sachin Tendulkar celebrates reaching his century during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's Vangipurappu Laxman celebrates reaching his century during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
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Friday January 2, 08:50 AM
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar leaps as he plays a defensive shot during play on the first day of the fourth cricket test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Friday, Jan. 2, 2004. India were 284 for the loss of three wickets with Tendulkar 73 not out at the close of play. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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An Indian supporter holds aloft a placard about India's Sachin Tendulkar during the second day of the fourth test between India and Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's Sachin Tendulkar (L) runs between wickets with teammate Vangipurappu Laxman (C) as Australia's Jason Gillespie reacts during the second day of their fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's Sachin Tendulkar hooks the ball during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India started the day at three wickets for 284 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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Saturday January 3, 05:04 AM
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, right, is congratulated by Australian wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist, left, after reaching a century during play on the second day of the fourth cricket test at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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India's Sachin Tendulkar celebrates making his double century during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground. India finished the day at five wickets for 650 runs, with Tendulkar not out on 220. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's Sachin Tendulkar (R) is congratulated by Australia's Brett Lee after making his double century during the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground. India finished the day at five wickets for 650 runs, with Tendulkar not out on 220. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne REUTERS
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India's Sachin Tendulkar (R) is congratulated by Australia's Matthew Hayden at the end of the second day of the fourth test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 3, 2004. India finished the day at five wickets for 650 runs, with Tendulkar not out on 220. REUTERS/David Gray
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Saturday January 3, 08:14 AM
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar, left, is congratulated by Australian captain Steve Waugh, right, as teammate Parthiv Patel, center, walks with him after he scored his highest ever test score 220 not out at the close of play on the second day of the fourth cricket test against Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground, Saturday, Jan. 3, 2004. India were 650 for the loss of five wickets at the end of play. (AP Photo/Mark Baker)
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Australia's captain Steve Waugh walks off the ground after being dismissed for 40 runs during the third day of the fourth test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 4, 2004. Waugh is retiring at the end of the test match. India declared at 705 runs for seven wickets in their first innings, with Tendulkar not out on 241 runs. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's wicket-keeper Parthiv Patel jumps into the arms of teammate Akash Chopra after catching Australia's Justin Langer during the third day of the fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 4, 2004. Australia are six wickets for 342 runs at stumps, after India declared at 705 runs for seven wickets in their first innings, with Tendulkar not out on 241 runs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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India's Irfan Pathan celebrates after he dismissed Australia's captain Steve Waugh for 40 runs during the third day of the fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 4, 2004. Waugh is retiring at the end of the test match. India declared at 705 runs for seven wickets in their first innings, with Tendulkar not out on 241 runs. REUTERS/David Gray
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India's Irfan Pathan (L) celebrates dismissing Australia's captain Steve Waugh (L) for 40 runs during the third day of the fourth test at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 4, 2004. Waugh is retiring at the end of the test match. India declared at 705 runs for seven wickets in their first innings, with Tendulkar not out on 241 runs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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