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Essay On Sports Person Sachin Tendulkar Wikipedia

Buzz over Sachin Tendulkar’s Biopic : “Commit all your crimes when Sachin is batting. They will go unnoticed, for even the Lord is busy watching him”. That's how you know that the entire cricketing world has been in awe of the maestro's greatness. Every time he would walk in to play, every time he would raise his bat to acknowledge the support, thousands would chant his name in frenzy. The Mexican waves at every ball he would hit out of the…


Book Review: Tendulkar Limits it to Himself in ‘Playing it My Way’ : When cricket fans heard about Sachin Tendulkar’s autobiography being released, there was joy and curiosity around. Unquestionably, it was the most awaited autobiography in the history of Indian sports. What was it that the fans didn’t know and they could find out from this book? Well, ‘Playing it My Way’ proved to be a book on Tendulkar’s achievements and his life as a player rather than Tendulkar as a person. The book talks about everything:…


The other side of Sachin Tendulkar : Sachin Tendulkar is known by many names – the greatest batsman ever, the most well behaved cricketer and also as one of the richest athletes to have graced the game of cricket. However, not many know that for the Master Blaster, also known affectionately as Tendlya among his childhood friends, Sachin has been donating to charitable concerns for a long time. Very recently he has donated INR 10 lakh to Bai Jerbai Wadia Hospital. The…


Why did Sachin fail as a captain? : Sachin Tendulkar, without a shadow of a doubt, was the greatest batsman of the modern era and in a 24 year career there were perhaps no achievements that he did not have. However, one area where he was unable to perform as well as his other facets was his captaincy. He won only 16% of the tests that he captained in and not more than 36% of the ODIs where he lead the team. This…


Sachin Tendulkar against spin bowling : During the playing days of Sachin Tendulkar it was said that he was the better batsman against pace as compared to Brian Lara who was regarded by many as the best batsman against spin bowling. Lara also had the certificate of a certain Muttiah Muralitharan who has said that the left hander was perhaps the only batsman against whom he did not know what he would do once the Prince of Trinidad started to get…


Tendulkar at an awards event in January 2013
Personal information
Full nameSachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Born(1973-04-24) 24 April 1973 (age 44)
Bombay, Maharashtra, India
NicknameTendlya, God of Cricket,[1][2] Little Master, Master Blaster[3][4]
Batting styleRight-handed
Bowling styleRight-arm medium, leg break, off break
International information
National sideIndia
Test debut (cap 187)15 November 1989 v Pakistan
Last Test14 November 2013 v West Indies
ODI debut (cap 74)18 December 1989 v Pakistan
Last ODI18 March 2012 v Pakistan
ODI shirt no.10
Only T20I (cap 11)1 December 2006 v South Africa
Domestic team information
1988Cricket Club of India
2008–2013Mumbai Indians
Career statistics
Runs scored15,92118,42625,39621,999
Batting average53.7944.8357.9245.54
Top score248*200*248*200*
Balls bowled4,2408,0547,56310,230
Bowling average54.1744.4862.1842.17
5 wickets in innings0202
10 wickets in match0n/a0n/a
Best bowling10/105/323/105/32
Source: [Cricinfo], 15 November 2013

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar pronunciation (help·info) (born April 24, 1973 in Mumbai) is a former Indiancricketer.[5] He has the highest number of runs in both Test cricket and One Day Internationals.[6][7][8] He also has the highest number of centuries in both formats of the game. His last Test match being played against the West Indies.

100th international century[change | change source]

Tendulkar scored his much awaited 100th international hundred on 16 March 2012 against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. He became the first person in history to achieve this feat. Incidentally, it was Tendulkar's first ODI hundred against Bangladesh. He said "It's been a tough phase for me ... I was not thinking about the milestone, the media started all this, wherever I went, the restaurant, room service, everyone was talking about the 100th hundred. Nobody talked about my 99 hundreds. It became mentally tough for me because nobody talked about my 99 hundreds."

National honours[change | change source]

  • 1994 - Arjuna Award, by the Government of India in recognition of his outstanding achievement in sports.
  • 1997-98 - Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India's highest honour given for achievement in sports.
  • 1999 - Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian award.
  • 2001 - Maharashtra Bhushan Award, Maharashtra State's highest Civilian Award.
  • 2008 - Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian award.
  • 2014 - Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award.

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