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Sachin Tendulkar Biography: From Man to God

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Sachin Tendulkar Biography covers his entire cricketing journey.

Sachin Tendulkar Cricket journey started when he was introduced to the game by his elder brother Ajit Tendulkar, He then started playing regularly for a local cricket team at Bandra (East) where his talent was noted by the renowned Mumbai coach Ramakant Achrekar.

He advised Sachin’s parents to shift his schooling to Sharadashram Vidyamandir (English) High School, a school at Dadar which had a dominant cricket team and had produced many notable cricketers.

Prior to this, Tendulkar had attended the Indian Education Society’s New English School in Bandra (East). He was also coached under the guidance of Achrekar at Shivaji Park in the mornings and evenings.

Tendulkar would practice for hours on end in the nets. If he became exhausted, Achrekar would put a one-rupee coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would get the coin.

If Tendulkar passed the whole session without getting dismissed, the coach would give him the coin. Tendulkar now considers the 13 coins he won then as some of his most prized possessions.

He moved in with his aunt and uncle, who lived near Shivaji Park, during this period, due to his hectic schedule. Pretty soon his name started to spread like wildfire in the local cricketing circles. In 1987, at the age of 14,

He attended the MRF Pace Foundation in Madras (now Chennai) to train as a fast bowler, but Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee, who took a world record 355 Test wickets, was unimpressed, suggesting that Tendulkar focuses on his batting instead.

Thereafter, he started to work hard on his batting techniques, practicing day and night to hone his skills. In his season in 1988, Tendulkar scored a century in every innings he played.

He was involved in an unbroken 664-run partnership in a Lord Harris Shield inter-school game against St. Xavier’s High School in 1988 with his friend and teammate Vinod Kambli, who would also go on to represent India.

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The destructive pair reduced one bowler to tears and made the rest of the opposition unwilling to continue the game. Tendulkar scored 326 (not out) in this innings and scored over a thousand runs in the tournament.

This was a record partnership in any form of cricket until 2006 when it was broken by two under-13 batsmen in a match held at Hyderabad in India.

These performances didn’t go unnoticed, and he was selected to represent Bombay in the 1987-88 Ranji Trophy season, though he didn’t make to the starting eleven in any of the matches that season. His debut came a year later in the next season, on 11 December 1988.

Aged just 15 years and 232 days, Tendulkar made his debut for Bombay against Gujarat at home and scored 100 not out in that match, making him the youngest Indian to score a century on debut in first-class cricket.

He followed this by scoring a century in his first Deodhar and Duleep Trophies, confirming his status as the next big thing in Indian cricket.

Sachin Tendulkar Biography describes his entire Domestic cricket journey.

Key Points:

His brother Ajit Tendulkar brought the superstar to the game of cricket.

Sachin started playing cricket for the local cricket team Bandra east.

His first coach was Ramakant Achrekar.

Sachin Tendulkar used to practice Achrekar at Shivaji Park in the mornings and evenings.

In the nets, If Tendulkar passed the whole session without getting dismissed, the coach would give him the coin.

In 1988, Tendulkar scored a century in every innings he played.

Sachin Tendulkar and Vinod Kambli formed an unbroken 664 runs partnership together.

on 11 December 1988, Sachin made his Ranji debut.

Sachin Tendulkar-Test Career:

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The nation came calling and Sachin Tendulkar first match where he made his Test debut against Pakistan in Karachi in November 1989 aged 16 years and 205 days, thus making him the youngest player to debut for India in tests. The series will be remembered less for his scoring exploits and more for how he handled numerous blows to his body at the hands of the Pakistani pace attack.

In the fourth and final Test in Sialkot, he was hit on the nose by a bouncer bowled by Younis, but he declined medical assistance and continued to bat even as he gushed blood from it.

In that series, Sachin Tendulkar scored 215 runs at an average of 35.83 in the test series,

Following that series, Sachin Tendulkar played the test series against New Zealand wherein the second test he scored smashing 88 runs, and in the summer tour to England in the year 1990 he became the second-youngest player to score a hundred in the test cricket, where he struck 119 runs in the second test at the Old Trafford in Manchester.

In the year 1991-92 Indian tour to Australia, Sachin Tendulkar struck unbeaten 148 runs against the mighty Aussies int he third tests match at Sydney, which makes him the youngest batsman to score a century in Australia.

Sachin Tendulkar though the year 1994-1999 was at his peak and it was the golden time in Sachin Tendulkar biography in the longer format of the game.

He also holds the record of the highest number of centuries in both Tests (51), Sachin Tendulkar is the only player to score 50 centuries in test cricket and also the Master Blaster holds the world record of playing 200 test matches in his career.

Sachin Tendulkar becomes the first batsman to score past 12,000, 13,000, 14,000 and 15,000 runs in Test cricket and also been the third batsman in the world and the first Indian batsman in the world to score past 11,000 marks in the longer format of the game.

In 2005 Sachin Tendulkar creates history to score his 35th test century against Sri Lanka and break the record of legendary Sunil Gavaskar, he accomplishes the milestone in just 125 matches.

In the fourth Test of the 2008–09 Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia at Nagpur on 6 November 2008, Tendulkar surpassed Australia’s Allan Border to become the player to cross the 50-run mark the most number of times in Test cricket history.

Also, the second-ever player to score 11 Test centuries against Australia, tying with Sir Jack Hobbs of England more than 70 years previously. On 8 November 2011, Tendulkar became the first batsman to score 15,000 runs in Test Cricket.

He has been Man of the Match 13 times in Test matches and Man of the Series four times, out of them twice in the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia.

In 2002, halfway through his career, Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack ranked him the second greatest Test batsman of all time, behind Don Bradman.

Sachin Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer in the history of test cricket with 15,921 runs to his name with the batting average of 53.78 Sachin Tendulkar test centuries No is 51 and in this format, he has 68 half-centuries in this name as well.

Key Points:

Sachin Tendulkar made his test debut against Pakistan.

In 1989 aged 16 years and 205 days, he played his first international match.

Sachin Tendulkar has been Man of the Match 13 times in Test matches and Man of the Series four times.

Sachin Tendulkar is the leading run-scorer in the history of test cricket with 15,921 runs.

Sachin Tendulkar is the second-ever player to score 11 Test centuries against Australia.

Sachin Tendulkar has scored most number of half-centuries in test cricket.

Sachin Tendulkar-ODI Career:

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Sachin Tendulkar ODI debut was made against Pakistan on 15th November 1989, in the same tour where he made his test debut against the neighboring country, after that in the year 1994 for the first time he opened for team India against New Zealand in the year 1994, where he struck 82 runs in just 49 balls.

Sachin Tendulkar first ODI century against Australia in Sri Lanka at Colombo, it took the Master Blaster 78 innings to score his first ton in the fifty over format, after that his rise continued for team India in ODI games,

In the 1996 world cup he was the highest run-getter for the team with two centuries to his name and he is the only Indian cricketer to do well against Sri Lanka in the Semi-Final.

Sachin Tendulkar in 2003 world cup scored 673 runs in 11 matches for India, on March 1, Sachin Tendulkar smashed 98 runs against the Arch Rivals Pakistan to secure the victory of the team India, though in that year the Mighty Australian team able to retain their crowd in the final against India.

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Sachin Tendulkar world cup winning chance in the year 2011 was his last chance as after playing 4 world cups with India he was unable to achieve it and the entire nation was praying for the Master Blaster to win the cup in his illustrious career at least for once.

The most promising period in Sachin Tendulkar Biography is the 2011 world cup, which was held in Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, India where Sachin Tendulkar amassed a total of 482 runs with an average of 53.55 including two centuries to his name.

Indian emerged as world champions in the year at Wankhede stadium and it was the first world cup accolade for the master blaster and the master Blaster was also in the team of ICC “Team of the year” Tournament” for his telegraphic contribution to take India to the final.

After winning the world cup in 2011, in the following year on 16th March Sachin Tendulkar 100th century was scored against Bangladesh and a unique feat was achieved to his name at Mirpur in Asia Cup, and it was his first century against Bangladesh as well,


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He also holds the record of the highest number of centuries in ODIs (49), and he has a world record of playing 463 international One-day matches for India which is highest by any player in this beautiful game.

Tendulkar has scored over 1000 runs in a calendar year in ODIs 7 times, and in 1998 he scored 1,894 runs, the record for the highest number of runs scored by any player in a single calendar year for One-Day Internationals.

He is the first male cricketer to score a double-century in one-day cricket against South Africa he achieved the feat on 24th February in 2010 at the Captain Roop Singh Stadium in Gwalior, and it was Sachin Tendulkar highest score in ODI (200*).

The performances earned him respect from Australian cricket fans and players. Similarly, he has been Man of the Match 62 times in One-day International matches and Man of the Series 15 times and holds the record of being the first player to cross every subsequent 1000-run mark that has been crossed in ODI cricket history.

Sachin Tendulkar Last ODI match he played against Pakistan during the 2012 Asia Cup, He played his last ODI match in Shere Bangla National Stadium Mirpur.

Sachin Tendulkar ODI runs in total 18,42, he has amassed these runs in his 463 matches with 49 century and 96 half-centuries to his name.

Key Points:

On 15th November 1989, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar made his One day debut.

In 1994, for the first time, he opened for the team against New Zealand.

Sachin Tendulkar scored his first ODI century against Australia.

After 78 Innings he scored his first ton in One-day international cricket.

In the 2003 world cup, Sachin Tendulkar scored 673 runs in 11 matches.

Sachin Tendulkar played four world cups for team India.

He has got the most number of centuries in One-day international cricket (49).

Sachin Tendulkar-IPL Career:

Sachin Tendulkar Biography


Sachin Tendulkar was named the iconic player and the skipper for the home side Mumbai Indians in the inaugural season of IPL 2008, and Mumbai Indians paid US$1,121,250,(8,57,6,4,412 INR) which was 15% higher than the Sri Lanka legend Sanath Jayasurya.

In the third season of the IPL, Mumbai Indias reached to the finals of the tournament where Sachin Tendulkar scored 618 runs in his 14 matches and breaks the record of Shaun Marsh od most IPL runs in a single season of the tournament, though in the final they lost it against Chennai Super Kings and Sachin Tendulkar named the Best captain and Best batsman award.

Sachin Tendulkar IPL score more than 500 runs two times as a skipper of his side, in the 2011 IPl aginst Kochi Taskers Sachin Tendulkar scored his maiden IPL hundred, he scored 100 runs in just 66 balls.

In 2013 Sachin Tendulkar won Champions League trophy with Mumbai Indians by defeating the Chennai Super Kings at Eden Gardens, and it was also his last match as a player for the Mumbai Indian side and in the same year, Sachin Tendulkar won his first IPL trophy as a well with his side, following to that year in the next year Sachin Tendulkar appointed as a team Icon for Mumbai Indians.

Sachin Tendulkar Biography indicates that he has played a total of 78 matches for the side and scored a total of 2,334 runs for his side.

Key Points:

In the first season, Mumbai Indians got the service of the Master Blaster for 8,57,6,4,412 INR.

In the third edition of the Indian premier league, he scored 648 runs in just 14 innings.

With Mumbai Indians, Sachin Tendulkar has won the IPL and Champions trophy with them.

Sachin Tendulkar-Retirement:

Sachin Tendulkar Biography


After a poor performance against England, Sachin Tendulkar announces his retirement from One day international on 23rd December 2012, while he made it clear that he will be available for the longer format of the game.

Sachin Tendulkar’s alluring 24-year long career come to an end on 2013, 10th October Sachin Tendulkar announces that he will retire from all the cricket formats after two test matches against West Indies, BCCI organized the two-match series one in Kolkata and one in Mumbai in his home ground.

Sachin Tendulkar last match was held at Wankhede Stadium and in his last test innings against West Indies, he scored 74 runs at his home ground, though he was just 79 runs short to achieve the feat of 16000 runs in the longer format of the game.

Though many of us are not aware of the fact that Sachin Tendulkar played the Twenty20 match against South Africa in 2006 and after playing the game he announced that he will not take further part in the shorter format of the game.


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