"We have put in our request. If it is going to happen, then we should be the first claimants. We would like to have it over here since he is from Mumbai," Savant told reporters.
     
Tendulkar has played 198 Tests since making his debut in 1989 against Pakistan in Karachi.
     
Turning his eye towards BCCI's AGM at Chennai on September 29, Savant, who is also the Board's treasurer, was certain that incumbent president N Srinivasan would chair the meeting.
     
"Yes, he will lead (the meeting) as the president," Savant said.
     
Srinivasan had stepped aside after the Bombay High Court had termed the BCCI's two-member probe commission as "illegal and unconstitutional" and the BCCI's appeal against this verdict in the Supreme Court is pending.
     
"N Srinivasan had recused himself, so that there were no accusations that he had influenced (the report). The point is that there was an amendment in the IPL governing council rules that was perhaps not brought to the Bombay High Court's notice. If that is considered, then may be the decision can be different," said Savant.
     
"They have only called the constitution (of the probe commission) as illegal, but the High Court has restrained itself from making any comment on the findings. They have not said it is biased or there is collusion," he added.

(Agencies)

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