NEW DELHI (Agencies) - West Indies batting star Chris Gayle wants to emulate Indias Sachin Tendulkar and notch up one-day crickets second double-century at the World Cup. Tendulkar rewrote the record books in February last year by hammering an unprecedented 200 not out against South Africa. Tendulkars team-mate and opening partner Virender Sehwag came close to matching his feat in Indias opening World Cup match against Bangladesh last week before being dismissed for 175. Gayle believes he can achieve the magical mark if he bats out the 50 overs. The master-blaster (Sachin Tendulkar) got it. A guy like Sehwag can get it. If I get a chance, Ill definitely chase it, said Gayle. The left-hander is also keen to polish his all-round skills and contribute to his team with his off-spinners, which have fetched him 156 wickets from 223 ODIs. I want to be the best all-rounder in the World Cup, said the 31-year-old. Gayle was realistic of his teams chances at the World Cup. Gayle said he was hopeful his team will script a turnaround in their fortunes this time.