Sachin Tendulkar Stats, Life, Wife,IPL,T20, Test, ODI Career & Biography

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Full Name: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar 
Little Master, God of Cricket, Master Blaster
Nationality: Indian
Father’s Name: Late Ramesh Tendulkar
Mother’s Name: Rajni Tendulkar
Siblings: Nitin Tendulkar, Ajit Tendulkar, Savita Tendulkar
Spouse Name: Anjali Tendulkar
Marriage Date: 24 May 1995
Children: Sara and Arjun Tendulkar
Role: Batsman
Batting: Right-handed
Bowling: Right-arm medium, leg break, off-break
Favourite Actress: Madhuri Dixit
Favourite Colour: Blue


Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973, a former Indian cricketer recognized worldwide as the highest quality batsman in the history of cricket. Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut against Pakistan at the age of sixteen and has played cricket for India at the international level for almost 24 years.

He holds a number of world records, including the highest number of centuries in Test cricket and one-day international cricket. He became the first cricketer to score a hundred in one-day international cricket matches and Test cricket matches. Tendulkar made this record in the 2012 Asia Cup four-nation cricket match against Bangladesh.

Sachin Tendulkar is the owner of the first double century in the history of one-day international cricket. On 5 October 2013, he became the first Indian to have a total of 50000 runs in all types of recognized cricket.

In a 2002 Wisden article, he was named the world’s second-best Test cricketer after Sir Don Bradman and the second-best ODI player in the world after Viv Richards. He was a member of the 2011 Cricket World Cup winning Indian cricket team.

In 2013, on the 100th anniversary of Wisden, he became the only Indian to be included in the XI squad of all time. He received the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Prize and the Padma Shri Award in 1999 for the highest award in Indian sports for 1997 – 1998. In 2008, he =awarded the Padma Bhushan, India’s second most top prize.

Sachin Tendulkar was given the Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy as the ICC Cricketer of the Year In 2010. In 2012, he was nominated to the Rajya Sabha. Sachin is the first Indian player to be awarded the rank of Captain of the Indian Air Force.

Birth and childhood

Sachin Tendulkar was born on April 24, 1973, in Nirmal Nursing Home. His father, Ramesh Tendulkar, was a Marathi novelist. His mother, Rajni Tendulkar, worked at an insurance company. Ramesh named him Sachin after the famous Indian composer Sachin Devvarman. Sachin’s two grandparents are Nitin and Ajit, and Sabita is the son of Ramesh’s first party wife. In his early life, Sachin lived in the Sahitya Sahbas Co-operative Housing Society in Bandra (East).

Early cricket life

Although Sachin was attracted to the game of tennis as a young man, his grandfather Ajit took him to the famous cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar in the Shivaji Park area of Dadar in 1984. Dadar Sachin admitted to Shardasram Vidyamandi High School under the guidance of Achrekar and Achrekar started teaching him in cricket.

During this time, Sachin helped his school win the Matunga Gujarati Seva Mandal Shield. He also played for John Bright Cricket Club and later for the Cricket Club of India in the Kong League competition in Bombay. At the age of fourteen in 1987, when he was training for fast bowling at the MRF Pace Foundation in Madras. Australia’s fastest fast bowler Dennis Lilley asked him to concentrate on batting.

Tendulkar played as a changed player against the Pakistani cricket team led by Imran Khan at an exhibition match at the Cricket Club of India on January 20, 1987, at Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai. He played as a bowler in the 1987 Cricket World Cup between India and England.

In 1988, Tendulkar scored his game in each innings century. In 1988 Lord Harris Shield with his friend Vinod Kambli shared a record partnership of 664 against St. Xavier’s High School in an inter-school competition. In this game, Sachin scored an unbeaten 326 * in five innings and scored more than a thousand runs throughout the tournament.

Domestic cricket

On November 14, 1987, he got a chance to play for the Mumbai Cricket team in the Tendulkar Ranji Trophy, but he never got a chance to play in the first XI in any match. Mumbai captain Dilip Bangsarkar gave him the first XI in the Mumbai squad when Sachin was playing with ease when he was allowed to bat against the Indian skipper Kapil Dev’s ball at the Wankhede Stadium during the New Zealand tour of India.

On December 11, 1988, at the age of 232 days, Fifteen years old. Sachin recorded first-class cricket in his debut as India’s youngest cricketer. Scoring an unbeaten 100 * by playing against Gujarat Cricket Team for Mumbai Cricket Team. He also scored in the Deodhar Trophy and the Dilip Trophy.

Sachin became the highest run-scorer in Mumbai for the season 1-5. He also made an unbeaten appearance against the Delhi Cricket team for the rest of India in the Iranian Trophy competition at the start of the 1989-90 season. Sachin toured England twice in 1988 and 1989.

He made the first two-hundred (204 *) for the Mumbai Cricket Team against the Australian National Cricket Team who visited India in 1998. Ranji Trophy scored an unbeaten 233 * against the Tamil Nadu cricket team in the semifinals of the Trophy competition in April 2000.

Sachin Tendulkar International cricket

Early year

After only a first-class cricket season, Raj Singh Dungarpur in 1989 Sachin selected as a member of the Indian team in India’s tour against Pakistan. Earlier, he made his international Test debut in November 1989 at the age of 163 in Karachi. In this match, he was just fifteen, bowled by Waqar Younis.

He continued to play despite being knocked over by Walker Younus In the Sialkot Test. In a 20-over exhibition match in Peshawar, Tendulkar scored 53 off just 18 balls. Abdul Qadir, the famous leg-spinner of Pakistan, scored 27 runs in one over. He made 215 runs at 35.83 in the debut Test series and was dismissed without any runs in his only one-day international match.

He then went on to tour New Zealand in India, scoring 117 runs at an average of 29.25, out of which he scored 88 in the second Test. Tendulkar was dismissed for 0 and 36 in two one-day internationals against New Zealand.

He scored his first international Test century (119 *) as the world’s second youngest cricketer in the second Test on a 1990 tour to England. Just before the 1992 Cricket World Cup, Tendulkar made an unbeaten 148 * in the third Sydney Test and 114 in the Perth Test.


Tendulkar made his maiden inaugural one-day international cricket against New Zealand in Auckland in 1994. In this match, he scored 82 off 49 balls. On September 9, 1994, Sri Lanka made his first international century of one-day international cricket against Australia in Colombo, Sri Lanka. He was the highest run scorer in the 1996 Cricket World Cup, scoring two centuries.

When the Australian cricket team arrived in India in 1998, it was in preparation for the tour, In a three-day match for the Ranji Trophy-winning Mumbai Cricket team, Sachin defeated Australia by an unbeaten 204 * against famous spin bowler Shane Warne. Sachin’s two test centuries in this competition, Kanpur ODI century and took five wickets in Kochi helped India win.

Then in the tri-nation 1998, Coca Cola Cup competition held in Sharjah India won the cup by two essential centuries. Tendulkar scored 141 against Australia in the ICC quarterfinals in Dhaka, in 1998. He took four wickets and India reached the semi-finals. When Sachin’s father Ramesh Tendulkar died during the 1999 Cricket World Cup. Sachin returned to India to interview his father in the middle of the competition.

After the Shraddha ceremony, he joined the re-contest and made an unbeaten 140 * against Kenya and dedicated it to his father.


In 1999, Sachin was Selected captain of the Indian cricket team after Mohammed Azharuddin. But his captain’s life was not very successful. After taking over the captaincy, India went to Australia and lost 0-3.

Then Sachin resigned as captain after South Africa came to India to beat India 2-0. After taking over the captaincy, India went to Australia and lost 0-3.

Injury and Period without success

On a tour of the West Indies in 2002, Tendulkar touched on Donald Bradman’s record in the Port of Spain Test century. But in the subsequent innings, 0, 0, 8 and 0 respectively, India lost in the competition. In August 2002, In his 30th Test century against England, he broken Donald Bradman’s record.

He helped India to the final by scoring 673 runs in 11 matches in the 2003 Cricket World Cup. Although India lost to Australia in the final, Sachin selected as the best of the competition. Although he did not play well in Test cricket in 2003, he scored an unbeaten 241 * in Sydney against Australia in 2004.

He scored an unbeaten 194 * in the next Test against Pakistan. Subsequently, Tendulkar did not play cricket for much of the 2004 season under elbow trouble. On December 10, 2005. Tendulkar made a world record of his 35th Test Centenary against Sri Lanka at Feroz Shah Kotla ground.

Then, about a year and a half later, in May 2007, he scored his next Test Centenary against Bangladesh. On February 6, 2006, he scored his forty-first hundred in one-day cricket against Pakistan. AD 2006 against England at the Wankhede Stadium on March 19, just 1 runs out of 21 balls. For the first time, The audience Scolds him. In this competition, Sachin did not make any half-centuries and his shoulder surgery led to questions about his cricketing life.

But on September 14, 2006, he returned to good health and made his 40th century by an unbeaten 141 * in one-day cricket against the West Indies. India coach Greg Chappell has repeatedly said that Sachin’s failure to win at the 2007 Cricket World Cup would reduce India’s chances of winning.

Receiving continuity

After failing to win the 2007 Cricket World Cup. He again opened the match against Bangladesh and became the best of the competition. He also the highest run collector and best in competition in the Future Cup against South Africa. In the Nottingham Test on July 28, 2007, Sachin scored 11000 runs as the third player in the world.

He became India’s highest run-scorer at an average of 53.42 in the next one-day international against England. He became India’s highest run-scorer for the next one-day international against Australia, scoring 278 runs in October 2007. In 2007, between 90 and 100 runs, Sachin got out several times. In the meantime, he was out for 99 runs three times.

When India toured Australia in late 2007. Sachin became the highest run scorer with a total of 493 runs in four Tests. Tendulkar’s century in the second Test in Sydney when the average stood at 221.33.

In 2008

Sachin scored 153 runs in the fourth Test in Adelaide. He completes 16000 runs in Brisbane on February 5, 2008, in the Commonwealth Bank Tri-Country One Day Series.

Tendulkar won an unbeaten 117 * in the first final of the competition and 91 in the second final. In March 2008, when South Africa visited India, he suffered an ankle injury in the first innings. As a result, he did not play the remaining two Tests and the three-nation competition and the 2008 Asia Cup with South Africa and Bangladesh.

India lost the tournament in July 2008 when they scored 95 runs in an average of 15.83 in three Tests in Sri Lanka. On this tour, Sachin has to leave for a one-day cricket injury. But on the next Australia tour. He broke Brian Lara’s record total of 12000 runs in the Test and set the world record for the highest run scorer in the Test.

In this competition, two half-centuries and one centurion, India won the competition. But then again, for the injury of seven one-day internationals for England’s tour of India forced to move out of the first three matches. In December 2008, India won the unbeaten 103 * in the Chennai Test against England.

In 2009

But Tendulkar failed to tour Sri Lanka in early 2009. He then went unbeaten 163 in the third one-day tour of New Zealand And the 42th Test century (160) in the first Test. He then won the cup by scoring 138 runs in the final of the three-nation Compaq Cup. Sachin made 14, 4, 32, 40 respectively in the first four matches of his tour of India in Australia in October 2009.

In the fifth match, Australia scored 350/4 in 50 overs. But Sachin scored 175 off 141 balls, but India lost only three runs. In this match, Tendulkar scored the first 17000 runs in the world in one-day international cricket. Then Sachin scored one in the Test against Sri Lanka and two against Bangladesh.

On the tour of South Africa to India in late 2009. He scored two centuries in Tests and the world’s first two centuries in one-day international cricket.

World Cup win

He scored 482 runs at an average of 53.55 in the 2011 Cricket World Cup After Sri Lanka’s Tillakaratne Dilshan second in the competition and India’s highest run collector. India won the World Cup by beating Sri Lanka in the final of the competition. This was the most important time in Tendulkar’s life.


Sachin Tendulkar declared his retirement from ODI cricket on December 23, 2012, after failing to play against England. In response to the decision, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly seems that Sachin should have played in the upcoming match against Pakistan. Former Indian cricketers Anil Kumble and Javagal Srinath gave respect to Sachin.

On October 10, 2013, Tendulkar announced that he would retire from Test cricket after playing the 200th Test of his life. Accordingly, the Indian Cricket Board has organized two Test matches against West Indies in Kolkata and Mumbai in November this year. He scored 74 in his 200th Test match in Mumbai. Ending his international career just 79 runs away from his 16000 in Test cricket.

The Cricket Association of Bengal and the Mumbai Cricket Association organized various events to highlight Sachin’s retirement.

Sachin Tendulkar Twenty20 cricket

In 2006 he played the only Twenty20 international against South Africa. And decided that he would not participate in such international cricket. In 2008, Sachin was named the captain of the Mumbai Indians in 1,121,250$ contract at the Indian Premier League.

Mumbai Indians reach the finals of the 2010 Indian Premier League competition. In this competition, Sachin won 618 runs in 14 innings, winning the best, best batsman and best captain. In the 2011 Indian Premier League, Kochi Tuskers scored an unbeaten 100 off just 66 balls against the Kerala team. And scored their only Twenty20 century. He scored a total of 1723 runs in this competition.

Sachin announced his retirement from the Indian Premier League. When he defeated the Mumbai Indians Chennai Super Kings team by 23 runs at the Eden Gardens Ground in Kolkata in the final of the 26th Indian Premier League. Tendulkar retired from Twenty20 cricket after playing in the 2013 Champions League Twenty20 competition.

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