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Thank you, jury. It's nice to get recognized but 2009 would have been great if we had won the final.
— Anil Kumble on winning the Best Breakthrough Performance Award for 2009 in IPL / April 24, 2010
I have no idea what they like about my cricket, maybe it's a sympathy vote given that I didn't get too may runs this tournament, but I really do appreciate it.
— Adam Gilchrist after winning the 2010 IPL award for Most fan-friendly cricketer / April 24, 2010
To be honest, it's a good platform when a young player gets an award and it's always special. I would like to thank all the fans who have enjoyed and thank my coach Robin Singh who was with us when I went to the U-19s in England. Thanks Robs, and credit goes to him as well.
— Suresh Raina after winning the 2010 IPL award for Best fielder / April 24, 2010
We had some great bowlers in action and to beat them all is a special feeling.
— Pragyan Ojha is deilghted to win the Best Bowler in the 2010 IPL / April 24, 2010
M father asked me what I will give him for his birthday and I've gifted him with lots of wickets. The award is a happy belated birthday gift for my father.
— Pragyan Ojha on being awarded Best Bowler in the 2010 IPL / April 24, 2010
I've bowled very well when required, and I've batted well, touch wood. Hopefully I'll continue to do so even in the final.
— Harbhajan Singh is happy with his form in the current IPL / April 24, 2010
I am a very casual person. I don't know how I am so stylish.
— Robin Uthappa after winning the 2010 IPL Award for the most stylish player / April 24, 2010
The guys have worked really hard and all the guys have chipped in. It's teamwork. It's not just the players on the field but also the extras sitting on the bench who have sacrificed a lot; also the support staff, right from the owners to the physios, coach, everyone.
— Sachin Tendulkar crediting team work of Mumbai Indians on reaching the final of 2010 IPL / April 23, 2010
My hand at this moment is not great. I have five stitches on the webbing and on my other hand there is swelling on the little finger. I have to just wait and see if I can hold a cricket bat, and the rest will follow. But the first thing I have to see is whether I will be able to hold a cricket bat and take the impact, because the stitches won't come off for the next eight days. I have to give my best and hope for the best.
— Sachin Tendulkar on his injury that he sustained during the semifinal match at IPL 2010 / April 23, 2010