Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is a former cricketer and captain of the Indian group. The world-renowned cricketer had put many records in his profession and is regarded as among the best batsmen ever. He’s the cricketer with the majority of centuries scored one of all of the cricketers and he’s the only person to score over 30,000 runs from the match.
Facts and Information about Sachin Tendulkar
|Full Name||Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar|
|Born||April 24, 1973 (Mumbai)|
|Birth Place||Nirmal Nursing Home, Dadar, Mumbai|
|Nickname||Master Blaster, Tendlya, Little Master|
|Height||5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)|
|Bowling style||Right-arm leg spin, off spin, medium pace|
|Father||Ramesh Tendulkar (reputed Marathi novelist)|
|Named after||Sachin Dev Burman (his father’s favorite music director)|
|Children||Sara and Arjun|
|Siblings||Nitin and Ajit (half-brothers), Savita (half-sister)|
|Sporting Idols||John McEnroe, Sunil Gavaskar, Imran Khan and Sir Vivian Richards|
|Religious beliefs||Tendulkar is a devoted follower of Sathya Sai Baba of Puttaparthi.|
|Marriage||Married Anjali, a pedriatician, on May 24, 1995. He was 22 at that time. Anand Mehta, Tendulkar’s father-in-law, is a Gujarati industrialist.|
|Schooling||Sharadashram Vidyamandir (English) High School|
|Introduction To Cricket||Sachin was introduced to cricket by his brother Ajit, who took him to to Ramakant Achrekar, famous club cricketer and coach of that time.|
|School Cricket||Sachin was regularly a part of his school’s cricket team.|
|John Bright Cricket Club||He played club cricket in the Kanga League, the premeir tournament in Mumbai. At that time he represented the John Bright Cricket Club.|
|Best Junior Cricket Award||In 1987, when Sachin was 14, he became extremely disheartened after not getting the Best Junior Cricket Award. Sunil Gavaskar consoled him by giving Sachin his ultra-light pads.|
|Ballboy||In the 1987 Cricket World Cup semifinal (India vs. England), Sachin was the ballboy.|
|664-run Partnership in School||He was part of an unbroken 664-run partnership in a Lord Harris Shield inter-school game against St. Xavier’s High School in (1988). His partner was Vinod Kambli, who also became a notable cricketer for India.|
|First Ranji Match||Sachin scored a century on his very first match in the Ranji Trophy (Decemer 10, 1988, Bombay vs. Gujarat, Wankhede Stadium in Bombay) and thus became the first Indian to score a century on first-class debut.|
|First Double Century in Ranji||In April 2000, Sachin scored 233 not out against Tamil Nadu.|
|First One Day International||Sachin’s ODI debut was against Pakistan on December 18, 1989. In a major upset, Waqar Younis sent him back without scoring a single run.|
|First Test Match||Tendulkar played his first test on November 23, 1989, when he wasn’t even 17. He could score only 15 runs, but received attention for his technique.|
|First Test Century||August 14, 1990 saw Tendulkar score his first test century against England at Old Trafford, Manchester. His 119 not out saved the match for India.|
|First One day International Century||His first ODI century came after 78 matches and five long years.|
|First World Cup Match||February 22, 1992, against England (Perth, Australia)|
|First One Day Double Century||February 24, 2010 (200 off 147 balls. 25 fours, 3 sixes)|
|First Test Double Century||Against New Zeland on October 30, 1999, Ahmedabad (217 not out)|
|First Twenty20 Match||Against South Africa in Johannesburg (December 1, 2006)|
|First T20 IPL||Against Chennai Super Kings on May 14, 2008|
|Last Ranji Match||November 13, 2013 against Haryana (scored a match-winning 79 not out)|
|Last One day International||Against Pakistan at Dhaka (March 18, 2012)|
|Last World Cup Match||Against Sri Lanka at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai (April 2, 2011)|
|Last One Day Century||Against Bangladesh at Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, Mirpur (scored 114)|
|Last Test Century||Against South Africa on January 4, 2011 at Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town (scored 146)|
|Last T20 Match||Against South Africa at Johannesburg|
|Last Test Match||Against West Indies in Kolkata, November 6-8, 2013|
|Last T20 Match||Against Sunrisers (May 13, 2013)|
|Best Score in Test Match||248 not out against Bangladesh at Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka on December 12, 2004|
|Best Score in One Day International||200 not out Against South Africa on February 24, 2010|
|Most Runs in One Day International||18426 in 463 Matches (452 Innings)|
|Most Runs in Test Cricket||15847 in 199 Matches (328 Innings)|
|Most Centuries in One Day International||49 (also, 96 half-centuries)|
|Most Centuries In Test Cricket||51 (also, 67 half-centuries)|
|Record as Test Captain||Won 4, Lost 9, Drew 12, Tied 0, Total 25|
|Record as ODI Captain||Won 23, Lost 43, Tied 2, No Result 6, Total 73|
|100th Century||On March 16, 2012, Sachin became the only batsman to score 100 international centuries. The 100th century was scored against Bangladesh at the Shere Bangla Stadium, Mirpur|
|Most Run In IPL 2010||618 runs in 14 innings|
|Nervous 90s||Dismissed 28 times in his 90s (18 times in ODIs and 10 times in Tests)|
|First to be given out by the Third Umpire||When Sachin was given run out against South Africa in Durban in 1992, he became the first bastman to be given out by the third empire.|
|Highest Man of The Match Awards||199 times|
|Most Runs in a Calander Year||1894 runs (in 1998)|
|Favourite Cricket Ground||Sydney|
|Favourite Movie||Coming to America|
|World Cup Appearances||Holds the joint record for most World Cup appearances – 6 (1992 to 2011)|
Sachin Tendulkar Stats
Early Life of Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin was Created on 24th April 1973 into Some Marathi novelist, Mr. Ramesh Tendulkar, along with an Insurer Mrs. Rajni Tendulkar; he Had Been Known as Tendlya and Small Master. He did his schooling from the Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School. In college, Sachin attended the M.R.F. Pace Foundation in order to train himself for a quick bowler. However, in accordance with the proposal of Dennis Lillee, the fast bowler out of Australia, he focused on batting. As a young child, he used to practice for a lengthy stretch of time. In Age 14 Decades, he served at the Cricket World Cup of 1987 as a ball boy at the Wankhede Stadium
Personal Life of Sachin Tendulkar
Tendulkar is married to Anjali Mehta, who’s a nurse by profession and is the daughter of Mr. Anand Mehta, an industrialist in the state of Gujarat. The couple has two kids called Sara and Arjun. Sachin, by nature, is a spiritual individual. He’s known to be responsible by sponsoring 200 deprived kids each year via an N. G. O. of Mumbai known as Apnalaya that’s connected by Mrs. Annabel Mehta, his mother-in-law, who’s also a social worker. In 2012, Sachin was nominated for Rajya Sabha, the upper house of the Parliament of India.
Cricket Career of Sachin Tendulkar
The cricket profession of Tendulkar started during his college days under the guidance and coaching of his mentor Mr. Ramakant Achrekar. On the other hand, the livelihood of the world famous cricketer started at age 13 decades, when he left cricket introduction from the Cricket Club of India. The date of 11th December 1988 is indicated since the date when 100 not out was scored by him at a first-class cricket match between Mumbai and Gujarat.
Starting from there, Sachin played countless cricket games at national in addition to a global level. He’d played a total of 657 games in international cricket. His much-awaited 100th-century landmark was attained on 16th March 2012 from Bangladesh at the Asia Cup. On 23rd December 2012, Sachin declared his retirement from ODI Cricket. In addition, he said that he won’t be playing T20 Internationals.
Following are some of the major cricket teams that he played for:
- Indian Cricket Team
- A. C. C. Asian XI
- Mumbai cricket teams
- Mumbai Indians
- Yorkshire cricket team
Awards and Recognitions of Sachin Tendulkar
- Sachin Tendulkar became the first brand ambassador of UNICEF for South Asia on 28th November 2013.
- Wisden India Outstanding wish Award, 11th June 2012.
- Honorary Member of the Order of Australia from the Australian Authorities on 6th November 2012.
- “Cricketer of the Year” in the I.C.C. The award, 2010.
- The Asian Awards for the”Peoples Choice” and the”Outstanding Achievement in Sports” at the month of October 2010 at London.
- The “B.C.C.I. Cricketer of the Year” Award on 31st May of 2011.
- The “Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year” Award on 28th January in the year 2011.
- Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian award, 2008
- I. C. C. World O. D. I. XI in 2004 and 2007
- “Rajiv Gandhi Award” in the sports category Awards in 2005.
- “Player of the Tournament” in the Cricket World Cup of 2003.
- Maharashtra Bhushan Award, Maharashtra State’s highest Civilian Award in 2001
- Padma Shri, India’s 4th highest civilian award, 1999.
- Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna yojana, India’s highest given for achievement in sports, 1997-1998.
- Wisden “Cricketer of the Year” in 1997.
- The “Arjuna Award” for his “Outstanding Sports’ Achievement” in 1994.