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Name - Sachin Tendulkar

Birthday - February 24

Birth - Mumbai, Maharashtra

Nicknames - Cricket Lord, Little Master, Master Blaster

Father Name -  Late Ramesh Tendulkar

Mother Name -   Rajini Tendulkar  

wife- Anjali  Tendulkar's

Married May 24, 1995

Children - Sarah Tendulkar,Arjun Tendulkar

style of play -  Right hand.

Net Worth In Indian Rupees - Rs. 1390 Crore INR ($170 Million)

Sachin Tendulkar was born on January 24, 1973, and is 50 years old. He is the only player to score 100 Century in international cricket. Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar is a name that has inspired many people not only in India but across the world to take up the game. That's for sure! We know cricket is India's religion and Sachin Tendulkar is god.

Sachin Tendulkar: Happy Life, Family Life -:

Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24 November 1973 in Dadar, Mumbai in a Brahmin family. He belonged to a prominent Saraswati Brahmin family. His father is  Ramesh Tendulkar. His mother's name is Rajni and she works in the insurance industry. He has two brothers, Nitin and Ajit, and a half-sister, Savita. He spent his years establishing the Sahitya Sahavas Cooperative Housing Society in Bandra (East). He went to Sharadasram Vidyamandir High School. In school, he attended MRF Pace Institute and was a fast bowler. But the Australian fast bowler turned his attention to the bat suggested by Denis Lill. Sachin Tendulkar also likes to play tennis. As a student in Mumbai at the age of 14, he scored 664 points in his school competition to score a world record 326 points.

Sachin Tendulkar: Character -:

He met his life partner Anjali at the Mumbai International Airport after returning from his first international trip.  he was introduced by an ordinary friend of Anjali's who knows nothing about cricket. The couple married in 1995 after five years together. 

Sachin Tendulkar: Cricket Journey -:

Let me tell you, it was his brother Ajith who discovered Sachin's talent and introduced him to cricket in 1984. He took Sachin to Ramkanth Akhilekar College in Dadar Shivaji Park, Mumbai. He congratulated Sachin and advised him to change the school to Sharadashram Vidyamandar English Medium School, Dadar. Sachin went to his uncle's house near Dadar's school and entered the school. His performance was defined by the dedication and leadership of coach Ramakant Achrekar. Did you know that award-winning guru Dronacharya passed away on January 2, 2019, in Mumbai?

Did you know that the world-famous cricketer Sachin Tendulkar started playing cricket at the age of 13 with the Indian Cricket Team? On December 11, 1988, Sachin scored an unbeaten 100 in a cricket match between Mumbai and Gujarat. Since then, he has participated in many cricket tournaments at national and international level.

When he won the World Cup in 2011, he scored 482 runs at an average of 53.55 and was the highest scorer in the tournament.

On 5 December 2012, Tendulkar became the first player in history to score 34,000 runs in all forms of cricket. In international cricket almost. He played a total of 657 matches. He played his 100th match on 16 March 2012 in the Asia Cup against Bangladesh. Sachin announced his retirement from ODI cricket on 23 December 2012. He also announced that he would not participate in T20 Internationals.

Major cricket teams he played for: Indian Cricket Team, AC Asia XI, Mumbai Cricket Team, Mumbai Indians, and Yorkshire Cricket Team.

 

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Sachin Tendulkar Award -:

There are many things about him in his biography. Let's look at the awards and honors he received.

Arjuna Award - 1994. employees

Rajiv Gandhi Kir Ratna Award - 19971

Wisden Cricketer of the Year - 1997

Padma Shri - 1999. Employees

Cricket World Cup 'Player of the Tournament' - 2003

ICC World O.D.I.XI - 2004 and 2007

Rajiv Gandhi Award in Sports - 2005

International Cricketer Award - 2010

People's Choice Asian Games Awards - 2010 in London

"B.C.I Professional Cricketer of the Year - 31 May 2011."

Castrol India Cricketer of the Year Award - January 28, 2011

Wisden India Excellence Awards - June 11, 2012

Honorable Member of the Australian Government - 6 November 2012

First UNICEF Ambassador to South Asia - 28 November 2013.

"World's Most Influential People" - Time 100 List

Professional and annual rates

1994: Received the Arjuna Award for his achievements in cricket.

1997: Tendulkar was one of five cricketers to be named Wisden Cricket Player of the Year.

1997/98: India's Best Sports Award - Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna

1999: Padma Shri – India’s 4th highest award.

2001: Maharashtra Bhushan – Maharashtra’s highest civilian award.

2008: Padma Vibhushan  

2010: ICC Cricketer of the Year - the highest honor on the ICC list.

2010: LG People's Choice Award

ICC XI World Tests: 2009, 2010, 2011

ICC World Sunday: 2004, 2007, 2010

Wisden World Cricket Player of the Year 1998, 2010

2014: Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award.

Impact Swachhata Safaigiri Ambassador Award -

2019: Inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

2020: Laureus World Sports Awards – Year of Sport (2000-2020)

Numbers from the high century (49) and fifties (96).

Number of calendar years in the century (9, 1998).

Top 4 All-Time Players (2016 Season)

Most home games (90 stadiums).

The first person to reach 2 centuries

The maximum score is 150+

Best Player Award (62).

Best Actor in a Series (15).

#Sachin Tendulkar: Test Records-:

Test Century (51)

Highest Score (11,953)

The fastest cricketer to reach 10,000 runs in Test cricket is Brian Lara.

More than 1000 attempts per year (6 times – 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2008, 2010)

The only player in the world to achieve five Test centuries before turning 20.

 

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List of Sachin Tendulkar International Cricket Centuries

Test International cricket centuries

                                                                Test centuries scored by Sachin Tendulkar

No.ScoreAgainstPos.Inn.TestVenueH/ADateResult
1119 England642Old TraffordManchesterAway9 August 1990Drawn
2148* Australia623Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway2 January 1992Drawn
3114 Australia425WACA GroundPerthAway1 February 1992Lost
4111 South Africa422Wanderers StadiumJohannesburgAway26 November 1992Drawn
5165  England412M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennaiHome11 February 1993Won
6104* Sri Lanka432Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway27 July 1993Won
7142 Sri Lanka411K. D. Singh Babu Stadium, LucknowHome18 January 1994Won
8179 West Indies412Vidarbha Cricket Association GroundNagpurHome1 December 1994Drawn
9122 England431EdgbastonBirminghamAway6 June 1996Lost
10177 England413Trent BridgeNottinghamAway4 July 1996Drawn
11169  South Africa522Newlands Cricket GroundCape TownAway2 January 1997Lost
12143  Sri Lanka411R. Premadasa StadiumColomboAway2 August 1997Drawn
13139  Sri Lanka422Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway9 August 1997Drawn
14148  Sri Lanka513Wankhede StadiumMumbaiHome3 December 1997Drawn
15155 Australia431M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennaiHome6 March 1998Won
16177 Australia413M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangaloreHome25 March 1998Lost
17113 New Zealand532Basin ReserveWellingtonAway26 December 1998Lost
18136  Pakistan441M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennaiHome28 January 1999Lost
19124* Sri Lanka432Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway24 February 1999Drawn
20126 New Zealand431Punjab Cricket Association StadiumMohaliHome10 October 1999Drawn
21217  New Zealand413Sardar Patel StadiumMoteraAhmedabadHome29 October 1999Drawn
22116  Australia422Melbourne Cricket GroundMelbourneAway26 December 1999Lost
23122 Zimbabwe421Feroz Shah Kotla GroundNew DelhiHome18 November 2000Won
24201* Zimbabwe412Vidarbha Cricket Association GroundNagpurHome25 November 2000Drawn
25126 Australia423M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennaiHome18 March 2001Won
26155 South Africa411Goodyear ParkBloemfonteinAway3 November 2001Lost
27103 England422Sardar Patel StadiumAhmedabadHome11 December 2001Drawn
28176 Zimbabwe421Vidarbha Cricket Association GroundNagpurHome21 February 2002Won
29117 West Indies412Queen's Park OvalPort of SpainAway19 April 2002Won
30193 England413HeadingleyLeedsAway22 August 2002Won
31176  West Indies433Eden GardensKolkataHome30 October 2002Drawn
32241 Australia414Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway2 January 2004Drawn
33194* Pakistan411Multan Cricket StadiumMultanAway28 March 2004Won
34248* Bangladesh421Bangabandhu National StadiumDhakaAway10 December 2004Won
35109 Sri Lanka412Feroz Shah Kotla GroundNew DelhiHome10 December 2005Won
36101 Bangladesh411Bir Shrestha Shahid Ruhul Amin StadiumChittagongAway18 May 2007Drawn
37122* Bangladesh412Sher-e-Bangla National StadiumMirpurAway25 May 2007Won
38154* Australia422Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway2 January 2008Lost
39153  Australia414Adelaide OvalAdelaideAway24 January 2008Drawn
40109 Australia414Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumNagpurHome6 November 2008Won
41103* England441M. A. Chidambaram StadiumChennaiHome11 December 2008Won
42160  New Zealand421Seddon ParkHamiltonAway18 March 2009Won
43100* Sri Lanka531Sardar Patel StadiumAhmedabadHome16 November 2009Drawn
44105 Bangladesh411Zohar Ahmed Chowdhury StadiumChittagongAway17 January 2010Won
45143 Bangladesh422Sher-e-Bangla National StadiumMirpurAway24 January 2010Won
46100 South Africa431Vidarbha Cricket Association StadiumNagpurHome6 February 2010Lost
47106 South Africa422Eden GardensKolkataHome14 February 2010Won
48203 Sri Lanka422Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway26 July 2010Drawn
49214  Australia422M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangaloreHome9 October 2010Won
50111* South Africa531SuperSport ParkCenturionAway16 December 2010Lost
51146 South Africa423Newlands Cricket GroundCape TownAway2 January 2011Drawn

#One Day International cricket centuries

                                                              One Day centuries scored by Sachin Tendulkar

No.ScoreAgainstPos.Inn.S/RVenueH/A/NDateResult
1110  Australia2184.61R. Premadasa StadiumColomboNeutral9 September 1994Won
2115  New Zealand2284.55IPCL Sports Complex GroundVadodaraHome28 October 1994Won
3105 West Indies2178.35Sawai Mansingh StadiumJaipurHome11 November 1994Won
4112 Sri Lanka22104.67Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral9 April 1995Won
5127 Kenya2292.02Barabati StadiumCuttackHome18 February 1996Won
6137 Sri Lanka21100.00Feroz Shah KotlaNew DelhiHome2 March 1996Lost
7100 Pakistan2190.09Padang, SingaporeNeutral5 April 1996Lost
8118  Pakistan2184.28Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral15 April 1996Won
9110  Sri Lanka2179.71R. Premadasa StadiumColomboAway28 August 1996Lost
10114  South Africa1190.47Wankhede StadiumMumbaiHome14 December 1996Won
11104  Zimbabwe11107.21Willowmoore ParkBenoniNeutral9 February 1997Won
12117  New Zealand2285.40M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangaloreHome14 May 1997Won
13100  Australia22112.35Green Park StadiumKanpurHome7 April 1998Won
14143  Australia22109.16Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral22 April 1998Lost
15134  Australia22102.29Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral24 April 1998Won
16100 Kenya2297.08Eden GardensKolkataHome31 May 1998Won
17128  Sri Lanka2197.70R. Premadasa StadiumColomboAway7 July 1998Won
18127 Zimbabwe2297.69Queens Sports ClubBulawayoAway26 September 1998Won
19141  Australia21110.15Bangabandhu StadiumDhakaNeutral28 October 1998Won
20118 Zimbabwe22105.35Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral8 November 1998Won
21124 Zimbabwe22134.78Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral13 November 1998Won
22140 Kenya41138.61County GroundBristolNeutral23 May 1999Won
23120  Sri Lanka1185.10Sinhalese Sports Club GroundColomboAway29 August 1999Won
24186 New Zealand21124.00Lal Bahadur Shastri StadiumHyderabadHome8 November 1999Won
25122  South Africa2288.40IPCL Sports Complex GroundVadodaraHome17 March 2000Won
26101  Sri Lanka2172.14Sharjah Cricket Association StadiumSharjahNeutral20 October 2000Lost
27146 Zimbabwe2195.42Barkatullah Khan StadiumJodhpurHome8 December 2000Lost
28139  Australia21111.20Nehru StadiumIndoreHome31 March 2001Won
29122 West Indies2293.12Harare Sports ClubHarareNeutral4 July 2001Won
30101 South Africa2178.29New Wanderers StadiumJohannesburgAway5 October 2001Lost
31146  Kenya21110.60Boland ParkPaarlNeutral24 October 2001Won
32105* England4197.22Riverside GroundChester-le-StreetAway4 July 2002No result
33113  Sri Lanka41110.78County GroundBristolNeutral11 July 2002Won
34152  Namibia21100.66City OvalPietermaritzburgNeutral23 February 2003Won
35100  Australia2184.03Roop Singh StadiumGwaliorHome26 October 2003Won
36102 New Zealand21112.08Lal Bahadur Shastri StadiumHyderabadHome15 November 2003Won
37141  Pakistan22104.44Rawalpindi Cricket StadiumRawalpindiAway16 March 2004Lost
38123 Pakistan2194.61Sardar Patel StadiumMoteraAhmedabadHome12 April 2005Lost
39100 Pakistan2188.49Arbab Niaz StadiumPeshawarAway6 February 2006Lost
40141* West Indies2195.27Kinrara Academy OvalKuala LumpurNeutral14 September 2006Lost
41100* West Indies41131.57IPCL Sports Complex GroundVadodaraHome31 January 2007Won
42117 Australia1297.50Sydney Cricket GroundSydneyAway2 March 2008Won
43163 New Zealand21122.55AMI StadiumChristchurchAway8 March 2009Won
44138  Sri Lanka11103.75R. Premadasa StadiumColomboAway14 September 2009Won
45175  Australia22124.11Rajiv Gandhi International StadiumHyderabadHome5 November 2009Lost
46200 South Africa21136.05Roop Singh StadiumGwaliorHome24 February 2010Won
47120 England21104.34M. Chinnaswamy StadiumBangaloreHome27 February 2011Tied
48111 South Africa21109.90VCA StadiumNagpurHome12 March 2011Lost
49114 Bangladesh2177.55Sher-e-Bangla National StadiumMirpurAway16 March 2012Lost

 

Sachin Tendulkar  centuries and results for India 

 

TotalWonWin %LostLost%TieTie%DrawDraw%NRNR%
Test512039.22%1121.56%00%2039.22%00%
ODI493367.35%1428.57%12.04%00%12.04%
Total1005353%2525%11%2020%11%

#Shocking and interesting about Sachin Tendulkar -

First batsman to score 11000,12000,13000,14000,15000,16000,17000 and 18000 runs in ODIs

First batsman to score hundreds in 50 Tests.

First batsman to score 100 international centuries (most among all batsmen)

First batsman to score 09 century in a single year (1998)

First batsman to score more than 2,000 runs in a single career.

First batsman to score 15000 runs in test cricket

First batsman to score most runs in a calendar year (1998)

Leading batsman with Most Played Series Award (20)

The fastest scores were 13,000, 14,000, and 15,000 trials.

Get the fastest score of 13000,14000,15000,16000,1700 and 18000 in one run.

Most One-Day Internationals: 463

Most Man of the Match awards: 62

Longest ODI career: 22 years 91 days

Most ODI runs: 18426 in 463 matches  (ave.44.83)

The only player to score 8 or more centuries in two countries: 9 against Australia and 8 against Sri Lanka

Most number of Tests played -200

Most tests have hundreds of tests

Most number of Test centuries – 51

Fastest to 10,000 Test runs 

Fastest to 14,000 Test runs in (279 innings)

Fastest to 15000 Test runs in  (300 innings)

15,921 is the highest score in the history of Test cricket.

54.74 is the highest test average for an Asian player at the off/middle position.

34357 is the highest score in the history of international cricket.

53.78 is the highest average in the history of Indian cricket.

11 centuries against Australia, second highest in cricket. This is a unique record thanks to 3 consecutive World Cup wins and a world-class attack. Only Jack Hobbs (12) scored more centuries against Australia.

6 - Test scores over 1000 for many years. In 1997, 1999, 2001, 2002, 2008, and 2010, Tendulkar managed to collect 1000 runs in 6 years. He is the only batsman to achieve this goal.

51.3 is the highest average in Test cricket by an Asian player from Chennai.

Tendulkar averaged 40 plus in the 9 Test teams he played in his career. Not only that, he averaged 50 points against 6 opponents.

 It took Tendulkar 154 matches to reach 8000 Test runs, the second fastest (in terms of balls) to achieve the feat. Sangakkara achieved this feat in 152 matches.

The century is Tendulkar's century in the history of international cricket. Ricky Ponting (71) and Kohli (70) are second and third.

Third youngest to score a century - Tendulkar was 17 years and 107 days old when he scored his first Test century (against England in Manchester in 1990). Muhammad Ashraful from Bangladesh and Mushtaq Muhammad from Pakistan made their debut as youngsters.

78.43% India wins/wins (40 out of 51) after Tendulkar scored a century in Test cricket. Kohli's share in this category is 74.07% (27 cents 20).

Do you know the biggest change since Sachin's resignation? England's James Anderson led SRT with 9 wickets in SRT cricket, while Murliter was second with 8. In contrast, Shane Warne, one of the best players of his generation, beat Tendulkar 3 times in 12 matches.

Tendulkar scored 136 in the fourth match against Pakistan in Chennai in 1999. Chasing a target of 271, India scored 258 in just 13 overs. Only two batters reached double figures in the inning.

248* is Tendulkar's highest score (Bangladesh, Dhaka, 2004). If there is one thing missing from Tendulkar's cricket, it is three centuries.

241* - Tendulkar's highest overseas score (vs Australia in Sydney 2004).

15,310 is the highest score scored in ODI history.

18,426 is the highest score in ODI history.

6 - Tendulkar's two centuries in Test cricket.

49 - Most hundreds in ODI history.

96 is the highest number of fifties in ODI history.

9 - Most centuries against the same opposition: Tendulkar scored 9 centuries against Australia - the best OD team in his career. Kohli has 9 ODI hundreds but against West Indies.

1894 - Most ODI scores in a calendar year (in 1998): Tendulkar set the record in 1998 with 1894 runs in 33 matches at an average of 65.31. In the 9th century, there were fifty.

8,717 - Tendulkar's total in international cricket from 1 January 1996 to 31 December 1999. This is considered the 'Golden Age' of Sachin Tendulkar. No one has scored more runs in ODIs, Tests, or international matches this season.

March 31, 2001: Sachin Tendulkar became the first player to score 10,000 runs in ODI cricket.

Most calendar years in which Sachin scored more than 1000 runs in ODIs: Sachin scored more than 1000 runs in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2007. Virat Kohli is the only batsman.

5,359 - Tendulkar's total in ODIs between 1996 and 1999: Tendulkar scored 5,359 runs at an average of 47.84 and a strike rate of 90.08.

90.7 vs 71.57 - Tendulkar vs World Standard in terms of ODI scores between 1994 and 1999.

67.35% - India's ODI win percentage when Tendulkar gets a century (33 out of 49).

124 - Sachin's highest ODI run (against Zimbabwe at Sharjah in 1998). Tendulkar's ODI came against a strong Zimbabwe team in the final of the 1998 Coca-Cola Champions Trophy in Sharjah. India achieved the feat by 197 runs without losing a single wicket in just 30 overs.

71 balls - Sachin reached his fastest ODI century (in 1998 against Zimbabwe at Sharjah).

6 - 100 more in World Cricket. In 2019, he will equal Rohit Sharma's world record of 6 centuries.

200* - Sachin's highest score in ODIs. On 24 November 2010, Sachin Tendulkar became the first cricketer in ODI history to score a double hundred in ODIs (against South Africa at Gwalior).

India's leading wicket-taker in 3 World Cup editions. Sachin Tendulkar was the highest scorer in three World Cups in the editions of 1996, 2003, and 2011. Apart from that, he became the second-highest scorer in the 2011 edition.

32/5 - Sachin became the best bowler in ODI cricket (against Australia in Kochi in 1998). Sachin Tendulkar led Australia's middle order with Steve Waugh, Bevan, Moody, Lehmann, and Martin posting figures of 5/32 to lead India to a 41-run victory.

2,278 - Most points in World Cup history. Sachin Tendulkar scored 2,278 runs in 44 innings in the World Cup at an amazing average of 56.95 and 88.98.

673 - Most runs in the World Cup (2003).

167.34 - Sachin's highest score (70+) in a match. Tendulkar scored 82 off just 49 balls against New Zealand in Auckland on March 27, 1994, his debut as an opener.

5 - Sachin scored 150+ in ODI cricket.

618 - Most runs in 2010 IPL.

2,334 - Fourth highest score for Mumbai Indians in IPL.

 

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Sachin Tendulkar's world record will never be broken

 * More tests have been done:-

Sachin Tendulkar with 15921 Test runs is the highest in the format. The Mumbai-born batsman debuted in 1989 with a healthy average of 53.78 in 200 matches.

*More ODIs:-

If playing 463 ODIs wasn't enough, Sachin Tendulkar has amassed 18426 runs in this format at a healthy average of 44.83. The cricket icon also became the first player to reach 200 international runs in one day, a milestone that is routine for the next generation of cricketers.

Although the playing conditions are very bat-friendly these days, it is very difficult to see batsmen getting close these days, let alone 18,000+ runs in an innings. Kohli, who has 12898 runs in the form, still needs more than 7000 runs to cross that mark and it looks like a mountain to climb.

* Most of the centuries of evidence:-

Sachin Tendulkar's record in Tests is very enviable and some of his highlights in red-ball cricket come after his young start. He reached the unprecedented 50 Test milestone in the second innings of this game against the Proteas at Centurion. Despite India's shocking loss in the match, the memory of Tendulkar's milestone remains in the minds of all fans.

The right-hander took the second wicket in the final Test of the series when he left Cape Town at number 146 and retired two years later. Among the current openers, Steve Smith has the most Test centuries with 30 and is prolific with good conversion rates, but it would be hard to see him surpassing 51 centuries.

* The fastest test up to 15,000:-

Apart from 15,000 Test runs, Sachin Tendulkar is the fastest to reach the milestone in 300 matches. Despite the alarming rise in scoring rates in Test cricket these days, it is hard to see today's batsmen being able to muster enough pace to complete 15,000 Test runs in 300 innings. Here is another Tendulkar record that can remain intact till eternity.

* Most individual games played during the year:-

Sachin Tendulkar in 1998 in 1894 ODIs and his average of 65.31 remains the highest of the year. In the same year, the Maestro scored 435 runs in five tri-series matches against Coca-Cola, Australia, and New Zealand.

Two of his nine centuries this year came in that memorable Trinity tournament where India defeated Australia in the final. Among the current standings, Rohit Sharma's 1490 in ODIs in 2018 is the highest in a year and it is very difficult to see the next cricketer surpassing Tendulkar's record.

* Fastest 18,000 ODIs:-

Scoring 18,000 runs in ODIs is fantastic, But getting to 440 points is another matter. But Tendulkar is the first and foremost player. Whether the next generation of cricketers can do it remains to be seen, But it's not a good idea at this stage.

* More international careers:-

Finally, Sachin Tendulkar tops the list with 34,357 international runs. The 50-year-old, who has played just one T20I in his career, could have scored more runs had he played more matches in the format. Kohli, who now has 25,322 runs, is heavily favored to break the record, but whether he can continue the streak remains to be seen.

* Most runs are a hit:-

Sachin Tendulkar is the only cricketer in history to score more than 13,000 runs in batting position.

In 275 innings played at No.4 for India, the master of bluntness scored 13,492 runs at an average of 54.40, with 44 centuries. Topping the list is England's Alastair Cook, who has scored 11,845 runs and played 278 times for England.

To put the enormity of this record into perspective, Tendulkar's No. 4 runs are more than the total runs of Ricky Ponting, the second-highest run-scorer in Test cricket, who scored 13,378 runs in Tests in his career.

* Placed fourth in Test cricket:-

Sachin Tendulkar is the first cricketer to score more than 2000 runs in four Test matches of cricket. In the 329 innings he played for India, Tendulkar scored 2058 in four Test cricket.

Again, to put this achievement in perspective, Rahul Dravid is the second leading batsman on the road with 404 fours. Amla alone has 1,145 points among active players and is nowhere near Tendulkar's record.

#Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth 2023:-

Sachin Tendulkar's net worth is $170 million. Sachin Tendulkar Package Wife Age below check your weight and much more information can be found on this page. Sachin Tendulkar is a former Indian cricketer with a net worth of Rs. 13.9 billion rupees ($170 million). Sachin Tendulkar is a very popular figure in the world of cricket and is one of the most famous for his dedication and unwavering spirit towards the game. His incredible skills and abilities allowed him to build his empire with great luxury in a small apartment.

Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth:-

He started his journey to earn money by playing cricket. Advertiser, brand ambassador; lists certain costs as legal costs and other costs. In 1995, Sachin Tendulkar signed a 1,000 crore rupees deal with Worldtel. 30 million. It also owns the Cochin ISL football team in the Indian Super League and the Bengaluru Blasters in the Premier Badminton League.

Sachin Tendulkar Branding :-

Sachin Tendulkar's popularity is increasing day by day, he is also known as the "God of Cricket" and is accepted by big companies as a guarantee of good business. Sachin Tendulkar created an image in the minds of Indians who had never participated in a debate and many were inspired and followed him. Sachin Tendulkar has endorsed the following big brands.

Pepsi, Adidas, TVS, MRF, Britannia, Canon, Philips, VISA, Reynolds, Sanyo BPL, Boost, Toshiba, G-Hanz, Sunfeast, Airtel, Castrol India, Coca-Cola, Colgate

His yearly income from brand endorsements stands nearly at Rs. 17 to 20 crores. 

Latest Sachin Tendulkar Car Collection

 * Maruti 800 -

We'll soon get to the BMWs, Porsches, and Ferraris in Sachin's collection, but let's start with the one that started it all: the Bayers Blue Maruti 800. The humble Maruti 800 hatchback was Sachin's first car and the embodiment of his childhood dreams. Of course, the cars were on his porch. After the sale, he wanted to be reunited with his first car. The dream that Spiny realized was a restored Bayers Blue Maruti 800

 * BMW i8 -

The BMW i8 is one of many BMWs in his garage. Sachin's i8 is a luxury estate and features a red color scheme and a host of custom accessories from DC Designs. With 357 horsepower, the i8 has more than enough power to please the crowd, whose performance has already wowed millions.

 * BMW 7 Series 760 Li -

Sachin's BMW 760Li is a great machine: vicious and pure at the same time. Sachin's customized BMW 760 Li features Sachin Tendulkar's ST logo on the roof lining, inner steps, dashboard, and dashboard. It is powered by a 6.5-liter V12 twin-turbo engine with an output of 601 hp. Another feature of this car is the four-wheel steering, which allows this sedan to easily maneuver around sharp turns. Just like our Sachin who finds the smallest chances and controls the ball to win.

 * BMW M6 Gran Coupe -

Its M6 Gran Coupé is as stylish and powerful as a Meister Blaster. This car is unique as it is the first of its kind in India and was found in Sachin's garage. Another unique feature of the car is the rare Frosted Silver color, which is available worldwide.

The Gran Coupe has a power of over 500 hp. and a torque of 650 Nm. So when you see a silver lining on the Mumbai road, you know it's Sachin.

 * BMW M5 30 years -

The BMW M5 30 Years is one of the fastest cars in Sachin's garage and one-of-a-kind for India. Limited to 300 units worldwide, the M5 Years was designed to mark the 30th anniversary of the M5 and is based on the fifth-generation F10. Powered by a 4.4-liter V8 engine with 600 hp, the 200 is very quick and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in less than four seconds.

 * BMW X5 M50d -

BMW X5 M50d reached India only thanks to Master Blaster. This BMW model has never been sold in India and has been delivered to a small owner. The BMW X5 M50d is a big, muscular SUV with leather seats, a leather interior and M badging almost everywhere. Under the hood of this beast lies a 400-hp turbocharged straight-six engine. and 760 Nm of torque.

 * Porsche 911 Turbo S -

The Porsche 911 Turbo S in Sachin's garage is a testament to his love for cars. The black Porsche 911 Turbo S is more powerful than Sachin's previous version and is powered by a 6-cylinder twin-turbocharged petrol engine that produces 650 hp. power and 800 Nm of torque. The engine is equipped with an 8-speed PDK automatic transmission that offers a top speed of 330 km/h and can reach 10 km/h in less than three seconds.

 * Ferrari 360 Modena -

Sachin is also the proud owner of a Ferrari 360 Modena gifted to him by the Fiat fraternity to improve his record after surpassing Sir Don Bradman's record of 29 Test hundreds. The car is very special because it was gifted by F1 legend Michael Schumacher.

 * Volvo S80 -

Sachin Tendulkar was gifted a Volvo S80 by Volvo India when he won the Man of the Series award for scoring 200 runs in an ODI against South Africa in 2010. The S80 is one of the most luxurious and comfortable sedans ever produced. Then it was a Volvo car equipped with a turbodiesel engine that produced 205 hp. power and 420 Nm of torque.

#Sachin Tendulkar: Retirement:-

His phenomenal cricket career of 24 years ended on November 16, 2013, when he announced his retirement. He played his last ODI in December 2012 and scored two dozen balls in 2013. Let us tell you that his 200 Test runs against West Indies on November 16, 2013, were his farewell to the cricketing world as a player.

Sachin Tendulkar is undoubtedly one of the best bowlers in the world. His list of stories is almost complete. At the age of 16, he became the youngest player and by then had broken records and set new records. It has inspired millions. It touched the hearts of almost everyone in the world. For example, when it comes to cricket, the first name that comes up with the tongue is Sachin Tendulkar.

 

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#Who is the God of cricket?

Sachin Tendulkar is the god of cricket

These are the great facts that have helped establish Sachin as one of the greatest players in the history of cricket.

The ‘Lord of Cricket’ is the symbol of Indian sports. No one plays it as straight as Mr. Little. No one dominates the game like him; He is the first bowler to score an ODI double-century and the first cricketer to score a 100-century in an international tournament.

Tendulkar’s achievements and records are something everyone can dream of.

Here are some quotes from Sachin Tendulkar:

Most test runs (15,921).

Most ODI runs (18,426).

Most international runs scored (34,357).

100 Highest in Trials (51).

Highest ODI 100 (49).

Top 100 in international competitions (100).

Top 100 in the World Cup (6).

50 Highest in Trials (68).

ODI Highest 50 (96).

Top 50 in international competitions (164).

MOM (62) in ODIs

PROUD of the World Cup (9).

Man of the Series at the 2003 World Cup

First Two Officers

First, 25,000 international runs

 

Inspiration for cricketers like Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, and KL Rahul. Sachin Tendulkar will go down as a great and classy player in the world of cricket and will surely influence the next generation.

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