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 This is surely the most important knock of my career. I batted well in the first innings and then in Super Over; and it gives me immense joy 
— Yusuf Pathan after winning the match for Rajasthan Royals in the Super Over against Kolkata Knight Riders / April 23, 2009
 I knew I can do the job in the 'Super Over' and I'm happy that I did it for my team 
— Yusuf Pathan after winning the match for Rajasthan Royals in the Super Over against Kolkata Knight Riders / April 23, 2009
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 There are no better people than Shaun and Jonty to tell us about the conditions. 
— Sachin Tendulkar Crediting Shaun Pollock and Jonty Rhodes for their win against Chennai Super Kings in the IPL 2009 opener. / April 19, 2009
 The South African public has booed me most of the time but, hopefully, playing for Rajasthan Royals, they'll get behind me. 
— Shane Warne / April 17, 2009
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 In 27 days, we will have rewritten sports marketing history. This whole enterprise will become a case study at Harvard. When IPL leaves, it will be a reflection on what the Rainbow Nation can do. 
— Etienne de Villiers on IPL's marketing drive in South Africa / April 17, 2009
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 It's a blessing in disguise for us to play the IPL in South Africa before the Twenty20 World Cup. 
— Gautam Gambhir playing IPL just before the Twenty20 World Cup. / April 14, 2009
 The most provocative comment, expectedly, (has) come from Modi who describes the decision of IPL to go out of the country as a national shame. What is a national shame? Most people in India think that the Gujarat communal riots of 2002 were a national shame. 
— P Chidambaram / March 23, 2009
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 Cricket players' careers get extended by a series like (the IPL). There is so much money at stake that you would be a fool not to take advantage of it. I believe there are many former players who would give anything to have been part of this era. Guys like Gilly, Glenn and I are getting a last chance before we cannot play at all. And why not? 
— Shane Warne on Indian Premier League
 Last year we were in the same situation. We needed to win our last match to reach the semifinals. It's about how you raise your level when needed. 
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Chennai Super Kings to win their last league match in IPL 2009
 Yeah, Rohit looks like fighting for the Purple Cap (for highest wicket taker) instead of the Orange Cap. He was fantastic on Monday also and every team would love to have a player like him... 
— Adam Gilchrist on Rohit Sharma

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