Sachin Tendulkar

Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Awardee First cricketer.

After his debut in international cricket in 1949, he has also established many records in batting.

He is the highest run-scorer in Test cricket. With this, he is the only player in the world to score more than 14000 runs in Test cricket.

He played his first first-class cricket match for Mumbai at the age of 14. His international sports life started in Karachi against Pakistan in 1979.

Later in his career, Tendulkar was part of the Indian contingent that won the 2011 Cricket World Cup, six World Cup appearances for India.

He was previously named “Player of the Tournament” in the 2003 edition of the tournament held in South Africa. In 2013, he was the only Indian cricketer to feature in an All India Test World XI named to mark the 150th anniversary of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanac.

Sachin is the most sponsored player in the cricket world and has many fans around the world.

A biopic on Sachin Tendulkar, called the God of Cricket, has been made into the film ‘Sachin: A Billion Dreams’. The teaser for this film is also very exciting.

he teaser of this film is also very exciting. In the teaser, Sachin will be seen narrating the story of him who emerges from a mischievous child into a hero.

Sachin’s father was a teacher in a Marathi school. His elder brother Ajit Tendulkar encouraged him to play cricket. Sachin also has a brother Nitin Tendulkar and a sister Savitai Tendulkar.

Sachin and Anjali have two children, elder daughter Sara Tendulkar and son Arjun Tendulkar.

Other interesting facts

Sachin formed a historic 4-run unbeaten partnership with fellow batsman Vinod Kambli during a school Harris Shield match in 1979.

Due to the unique performance of this dashing pair, one bowler started crying and the opposing side refused to play the match further.

Then the player of this short stature first crossed the 10,000 runs mark and hit a milestone in the stadium of Indore.

Early years

Tendulkar at the crease, getting ready to face delivery
Sachin Tendulkar bats in cricket with the right hand but writes with the left hand.

He prefers to play on the harder and faster pitches of the West Indies and Australia than on the slow pitches in India

Former Australian coach John Buchanan says Tendulkar prefers short balls more at the start of his innings. He also believes that left-arm fast-bowling is a weakness of Tendulkar.

This led to a slight decrease in his batting aggression. According to former Australian player Ian Chappell, Tendulkar is no longer the same player as before.

However, during India’s tour of Australia in 2006, Tendulkar showed his aggressive batting several times.

Tendulkar is not a regular bowler, but he is strong in medium-fast, leg-spin, and off-spin bowling.

His bowling has been a major contributor to many times in ensuring India’s victory.

The Mumbai Indians reached the final of the tournament in the 2010 edition of the Indian Premier League.

During the tournament, Tendulkar scored 618 runs in 14 innings, breaking Shan Marsh’s record for most runs in the IPL season.

He also won the best batsman and best captain award at the 2010 IPL Awards ceremony.

Sachin has scored more than 500 runs in IPL in two different seasons as captain.

He scored an unbeaten 100 off 66 balls. He scored 1,723 runs in 51 matches in the IPL, making him the second-highest run-scorer in the history of the competition.

In the 2011 IPL, against the Kochi Tuskers Kerala, Tendulkar scored his first Twenty20 century.

During India’s tour of Australia in 1998, Matthew Hayden said, “I have seen God. 4 Test matches in India.”

I make a mistake, God does not. ‚ÄĚTendulkar made a special appearance in the 2003 Bollywood film Stumped, released as himself.

At home in Mumbai, Tendulkar’s fan-inspired him to lead a different lifestyle.

Tendulkar’s popular social networking site Twitter has a user name with sachin_rt since May 2010.

His matches and scores

Sri Lanka’s Sanath Jayasuriya has scored the most runs in one day cricket after Tendulkar.

Jayasuriya has played 41 matches. So far only these two players have played more than 400 ODIs.

He scored more than 3,000 runs in 40 matches against the world champions, including 6 centuries and 15 half-centuries.

Against Sri Lanka, he scored 241 runs with the help of seven centuries and 14 half-centuries, but for this, he played 6 matches.

Former captain Mohammad Azharuddin started sending Tendulkar as the opener in which the Mumbai batsman was a great success.

He scored 7260 runs in 160 matches while being captain of Azhar while scoring 9090 runs in 101 matches under the captaincy of Saurabh Ganguly.

However, he was not very successful under his captaincy and was able to score only 2454 runs in 43 matches at an average of 34.65.

He became the first player to score a double century in the history of one-day cricket.

He scored more than 3,000 runs in 40 matches against the World Champion team which includes 6 centuries and 15 fifties.

They keep changing their preparations according to the time.

Retire from test cricket

On 23 December 2012, Sachin announced his retirement from One-Day cricket.

On this occasion he said – “It was a great honor for me to represent the country and play all over the world. I am looking forward to playing the 200th Test on home ground. After that, I will retire.”

And he did as he said. In his last Test match in Mumbai on 14 November 2013, he scored an innings of 6 runs.

As soon as the result of the match came in India’s favor, he said goodbye to Trust Cricket! Said.

The honor

President Pranab Mukherjee on 4 February 2014 He was honored with Bharat Ratna in a ceremony held at Rashtrapati Bhavan.

He was the youngest person to receive this honor at the age of 40. And the first player.

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