FULL NAME = Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

BORN = April 24, 1973, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra

AGE = 50y 298d

NICKNAMES = Tendlya, Little Master

BATTING STYLE = Right hand Bat

BOWLING STYLE = Right arm Offbreak, Legbreak Googly

PLAYING ROLE = Top order Batter

HEIGHT = 5ft 5in

EDUCATION = Sharadashram Vidyamandir School

LINKS = Twitter

RELATIONS =

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TEAME

 

In addition to being the greatest run-scorer of all time and the most complete batter of all time, Sachin Tendulkar is probably the greatest cricket icon in history.

His batting was founded on the most fundamental ideas: ideal balance, economical movement, accuracy in stroke production, and anticipation—an intangible trait shared exclusively by exceptional batters. If the upright, back-foot punch wasn’t his trademark move—which it almost is, because he was skilled at so many—it was because he could execute them whenever he wanted.

Tendulkar’s game appeared to have no vulnerabilities. He was able to score from both feet, all around the wicket, and in any condition. He could also adjust his style of play to fit any given circumstance.

Against Australia, the most successful team of his time, he gave some of his best performances. His 19-year-old century at the WACA on a fast-bowling field is regarded as one of the greatest innings ever played in that nation. A few years later, the greatest batter of all time bestowed onto him the greatest compliment: Don Bradman told his wife that Tendulkar made him feel like himself.


Tendulkar made a name for himself as a superb cricketer early on, driven by a hate of losing and equipped with the sharpest cricketing intellect.He was only 16 when he made his Test debut, and was hit in the face by Waqar Younis in that game, but continued to bat. His first Test hundred, a match-saving one at Old Trafford, came when he was 17, and he had 16 Test hundreds before he turned 25. In 2000 he became the first batter to have scored 50 international hundreds, in 2008 he passed Brian Lara as the leading Test run-scorer, and in the years after, he went past 13,000 Test runs, 30,000 international runs, and 50 Test hundred.Considering that he didn’t reach his first ODI century until his 79th match, it is amazing that he currently holds the record for most hundreds in both Tests and ODIs. He achieved the first-ever one-day cricket double-century at the age of slightly under 37. He became the first player to hit 100 international hundreds in 2012, just one month shy of turning 39. Like Bradman’s batting average, this record might stand the test of time. Nevertheless, following a dismal 18 months in international cricket, he declared his retirement from one-day internationals later that year. After an incredible 200th Test match against the West Indies, he announced his retirement from Test cricket on November 16, 2013.

When considering Tendulkar’s notable accomplishments in the context of expectation burden, they appear even more remarkable.He still remains, by a distance, the most worshipped cricketer in the world.

 

Sachin Tendulkar Career Stats

Batting & Fielding

FORMATMatInnsNORunsHSAveBFSR100s50s4s6sCtSt
Tests2003293315921248*53.785168691150
ODIs4634524118426200*44.832136886.23499620161951400
T20Is110101010.001283.33002010
FC3104905125396248*57.84811161860
List A5515385521999200*45.54601141750
T20s9696112797100*32.902310121.0811635938280

Bowling

FORMATMatInnsBallsRunsWktsBBIBBMAveEconSR4w5w10w
Tests20014542402492463/103/1454.173.5292.1000
ODIs463270805468501545/325/3244.485.1052.2420
T20Is11151211/121/1212.004.8015.0000
FC31076054384713/1061.743.45107.100
List A5511023084782015/325/3242.174.9750.8420
T20s9689312321/121/1261.507.9346.5000

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Debut/Last Matches of Sachin Tendulkar

TEST MATCHES

Debut
Pakistan vs India at Karachi – November 15 – 20, 1989
Last
India vs West Indies at Wankhede – November 14 – 16, 2013

ODI MATCHES

Debut
Pakistan vs India at Gujranwala – December 18, 1989
Last
Pakistan vs India at Mirpur – March 18, 2012

T20I MATCHES

Only
South Africa vs India at Johannesburg – December 01, 2006

FC MATCHES

Debut
1988/89
Last
India vs West Indies at Wankhede – November 14 – 16, 2013

LIST A MATCHES

Debut
1989/90
Last
Pakistan vs India at Mirpur – March 18, 2012

T20 MATCHES

Debut
South Africa vs India at Johannesburg – December 01, 2006
Last
Mumbai vs Royals at Delhi – October 06, 2013
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