Previous Australia batsman Brad Hodge said current captain Steve Smith will keep on accumulating keeps running in Test cricket and could outperform any semblance of Sachin Tendulkar.
The 27-year-old Smith scored up his twentieth Test century on the very first moment of the fourth and last Test against India in Dharamsala.
“He could do 40 or 50 if he’s sufficient — and I feel that he is, whether he continues producing them like this,” Hodge told a news channel.
“He’s most likely going at one (century) in (each) three (Tests) right now so in the event that he continues playing till he’s 35 — a few of us play till we’re 42, so time’s on his side.
“Forty or 50 is not distant, I don’t reckon…He’s a whiz. I think he’ll go ahead to shut down any semblance of Sachin Tendulkar, Ricky Ponting.”
Indian batting symbol Tendulkar tops the unequaled Test hundred rundown with 51 from 200 amusements, in front of South Africa’s Jacques Kallis (45 in 166) and Australia’s Ponting (41 in 168).
Hodge additionally stated, “To achieve 20 Test (hundreds) requires a helluva part of exertion and ability. He’s done that and he’s most likely recently going to go on.
“He has time on his side, he’s batting as best as he could. Actually, he’s quite recently totally extraordinary to what we know.
“He’s quite recently driving from the front, it’s what a commander of Australia is intended to do.”