Sachin Tendulkar

People didn’t know that the 16-year-old Indian bowler Sachin Tendulkar would go on to become one of the best players of all time until he played his first test match against Pakistan. Sachin is more than just a famous athlete in his home country of India; people see him as an icon. He is revered, not just liked and respected. Fans loved Sachin and called him the “God of Cricket.” He ruled the game for more than twenty years, which is an extremely rare feat for a sportsperson.

He is the only player in cricket history to have scored 100 international centuries. Many people think he is one of the best batters of all time. He was born in Bombay into a middle-class family. He started playing cricket as a child and played his first international test match when he was 16! Thus began the journey of a cricket player who would break many old records and set new ones. The great job he did earned him the title of captain of the Indian team. He gave up being captain, though, because it didn’t suit him. Sachin is a famous person, but he is also known to be a simple and honest man, which makes him even more popular.


Nicknames: Master Blaster, Little Master

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is also known as “The Little Master.”

Age: 50 years, 50-year-old men

Family: Anjali Tendulkar is his wife or ex-wife (M. 1995).

Ramesh Tendulkar is his father.

Rani Tendulkar’s mother

Ajit Tendulkar and Savita Tendulkar are siblings.Tendulkar Nitin K

Arjun Tendulkar and Sara Tendulkar are their children.

Country of birth: India

Height: 5’5″ (165 cm), 5’5″ men

Indian city of Mumbai

Growing up and early life

He was born on April 24, 1973, in Dadar, Bombay, Maharashtra. He is the youngest of four children born to Ramesh Tendulkar, a Marathi writer, and Rajni, an insurance worker. Sachin Tendulkar was named after Sachin Dev Burman, who was his dad’s favorite music director.

As a kid, he picked on other kids. His older brother told him to play cricket instead of fighting as a way to relax and put him in touch with Ramakant Achrekar, a well-known cricket teacher.

Because the school had a long history of cricket, Achrekar suggested that he go to “Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School.” He was great at cricket and played for his school. After that, people told him they thought he would become a famous star one day.

In an inter-school match against “St. Xavier’s High School” in 1988, he and his friend Vinod Kambli put together a record 664 runs.

A Career

He started playing first-class cricket in his home country in 1988, when he joined Mumbai and got a hundred in his first game. At the end of the season, he had scored the most runs.

He was quickly picked for the national team because of how well he played in first-class events. He played his first international test match against Pakistan in November 1989, when he was only 16 years old.

Sachin Tendulkar wasn’t able to score many runs during the series, but his batting style and commitment to the game got enough attention. In 1989, he played his first One Day International (ODI).

During the tour of Australia in 1991 and 1992, he scored 148 runs in one game and 114 runs in another. He did this while playing against well-known bowlers such as Merv Hughes, Craig McDermott, and Bruce Reid.

In an ODI against New Zealand in 1994, he was asked to open the bowling and beat them by 82 runs in just 49 balls. He lit up the stadium. He got his first ODI hundred against Australia that same year.

Australia went on a tour of India in 1998, and the game was billed as a “Sachin vs. Warne” match. In the series, Sachin smashed Warne and scored two hundreds over the course of the three tests. Sachin was very important to India’s win in the series.

Sachin was the captain of the Indian cricket team for two short times, but neither time went very well. In 1996, he became captain, but the team did badly, so in 1997, he quit being captain. He was made captain again in 1999, but this time he didn’t do very well, so he quit that same year.

India was a strong favorite to win the 2003 “Cricket World Cup.” He did a great job, scoring 673 runs in 11 games to help India make it to the finals. The team lost in the finals to Australia, though, and Sachin was named “Man of the Tournament.”

After having a rough patch, he got back on track in 2007 and scored 11,000 runs in tests, making him India’s all-time top run scorer. In the 2007–08 “Border-Gavaskar Trophy,” he made 493 runs in four tests, showing how great a batsman he is.

When it came to the 2011 “World Cup,” Sachin was once again at his best. He scored 482 runs, including two centuries. In the final, India played against Sri Lanka and won. It was his first “World Cup” win.

After the ‘World Cup,’ he lost his form and went through a thin phase. For all types of cricket, he quit in November 2013, and his fans gave him a very emotional send-off.

His name was chosen as the “Team Icon” for the famous “IPL” team “Mumbai Indians” in 2014. He was also named the mascot for the “ICC Cricket World Cup” in 2015.

Achievements and Awards

Sachin is one of the best cricket players of all time. He was the first player to score a double century in ODIs and the only player to score 100 centuries. In all types of international cricket, he has scored over 30,000 runs. He is a famous figure in India, which is not a surprise.

Sachin Tendulkar has scored more runs and centuries than anyone else in the history of both test cricket and one-day internationals. Five hundred runs and 15,921 runs are what he has scored in test cricket. He has made 18,426 runs and 49 hundreds in ODIs.

He is the first person in ODI history to score 200 runs.

To date, no one else has played in 200 test matches.

Sachin has won a lot of awards in cricket, and he is also happy to have won a number of awards from the Indian government. In 1997–98, he won the “Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna,” which is India’s top sports honor, for his work in cricket.

‘Bharat Ratna,’ India’s highest civilian award, was given to him in 2014 for his outstanding services to cricket. He was the first person in sports history and the youngest person ever to win the award.

Private Life and Legacy

Anjali was a doctor when he met her in 1990. They dated for five years before getting married in 1995. They have two kids together. Arun, his son, is also a cricket player.

He works hard with the non-governmental organization Apnalaya and supports 200 needy kids every year. Aside from that, he has used his fame to help a lot of other groups raise a lot of money for good causes, such as cancer research and education.

Fun facts

This famous athlete was the youngest person ever to win the “Bharat Ratna.” They did it at the age of 40.

10 Things You May Not Know About Sachin Tendulkar

He was a young boy who wanted to be a fast bowler, but Dennis Lillee’s “MRF Pace Foundation” turned him down in 1987.

During the 1987 “World Cup,” he worked as a ball boy for the game between India and Zimbabwe at the “Wankhede Stadium.”

Let’s say someone told you Sachin Tendulkar played for Pakistan in a game. You heard that right. In 1987, Sachin Tendulkar came in as a replacement for a bowler during a one-day practice match at “Brabourne Stadium” against India.

He wore the pads that Sunil Gavaskar gave him for his first test match, which was against Pakistan.

Sachin can type with either hand. He bats and bowls with his right hand, but he is ambidextrous.

Sachin Tendulkar has won the “Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna,” the “Arjuna Award,” and the “Padma Shri.” He is the only cricket player to have won all three.

He often talked and walked around while he was asleep.

Sachin Tendulkar got a bottle of champagne as the man-of-the-match award for his first hundred in a test match in 1990. However, he couldn’t open it because he wasn’t old enough!

As a famous cricket player, he backed a number of well-known brands. The first one he backed was the health drink “Boost.”

The “Indian Air Force” gave him the honorary rank of “Group Captain,” making him the first athlete who did not have a background in flying to receive it.

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