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Sachin Tendulkar Birthday ,Wife ,Family and Cricket career

Sachin Tendulkar ( God Of Cricket )  

Sachin Tendulkar
  
If you are a cricket fan, then You’ve heard the chant Sachin Sachin...And even if you are not a fan of cricket, you must have heard the name of Sachin. A chant that was always on the tongue of billions of people. This is the mantra that billion people used to echo on every street, locality and every people's tongue from the cricket stadium. The chants emanated from the Wankhede Cricket Stadium and echoed throughout the city and the seas.

       Sachin Tendulkar is a great hero of the cricket world who has always ruled the hearts of people with his brilliant sports talent. Sachin Tendulkar, it is a name that rules the tongue of people not only in India but around the world. This name always inspires people to pursue the game. He is considered one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was a cricketer whose personality and aura has led to every type of cricket competition and has always encouraged the game.

        Sachin Tendulkar is called the God of Cricket. He is at the forefront of every format of cricket. Sachin Tendulkar is the only player who has scored a hundred centuries. He is the highest run-scorer ever in international cricket. He started playing international cricket at a young age. Tendulkar made his debut at the age of eleven. Sachin Tendulkar made his debut in the Test Cricket on 15 November 1989 at the age of sixteen.

    Sachin Tendulkar is known as Little Master or Master Blaster. Sachin Tendulkar one of the most batsmen that completed 10,000 runs in ODIs matches. Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar get this Achievement in the year 2001. Sachin Tendulkar completed his 10,000 runs in 259 innings. In 2002 Sachin was ranked as the second greatest batsman in Test cricket by Wisden Crickets Almanac.


          After Don Bradman, Sachin Tendulkar is the second greatest ODI batsman of all time. Sachin Tendulkar received many awards in his career. In 1994 Sachin Tendulkar received the Arjuna Award for his outstanding sporting achievement. Sachin Tendulkar received the Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in 1997. In 1997 and 2008, Sachin Tendulkar was awarded the Padma Shri and Padma Vibhushan, India's largest sports award, in 1997 Sachin Tendulkar was honoured with the Padma Shri Award and in 2008 he was honoured. Padma Awards Vibhushan. Award. The announcement of Sachin Tendulkar to be conferred with the Bharat Ratna Award was made on 16 November 2013 by the Prime Minister of India.


                Sachin Tendulkar was elected to the Rajya Sabha after retiring from cricket. Sachin Tendulkar was awarded the honorary rank of Group Captain by the Indian Air Force. Sachin Tendulkar was the first person to receive this award without any aviation background. Time magazine included Sachin as "one of the most influential people" in its annual Time 100 list in 2010. Sachin Tendulkar retired from all formats of cricket on 16 November 2013. Sachin Tendulkar retired from ODI in December 2012. In October 2013, Sachin Tendulkar announced his retirement from T20I. Sachin Tendulkar was inducted into the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame in London on 19 July 2019. Tendulkar played a total of 664 international cricket matches. He scores 34,357 Runs in total matches include hundred century and 164 Fifties.




Sachin Tendulkar's childhood 

Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973 in Nirmal House Dadar Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar is from a Brahmin family. His father's name is Ramesh Tendulkar and his mother's name is Rajni Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar often used to fight new children in school. Sachin was introduced to Ajit in 1984. Ajit introduced Sachin to legendary cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar. Ramakant Achrekar and Sachin first met in Shivaji Park Dadar. When Sachin met the archaeologist, he did not play good cricket. Ajit requested the archive that even though Sachin is not playing good cricket, he would definitely give him an official request. But Achrekar gave Sachin a chance to prove himself. During this time, Sachin worked very hard and started playing good cricket so that he could be accepted into Achrekar Academy. 
Achrekar was very happy to see Sachin's talent and advised him to shift to Shradashram Vidya Mandir School, which is dedicated to talented sportsmen. Many talented players have made their careers from here. At a young age, Sachin used to play cricket with his coach Ramakant Achrekar and used to put a coin on the stumps. This coin was given to the bowler who dismissed Sachin. The 13 coins of Sachin Tendulkar which he won during that period are his precious assets. Sachin Tendulkar played club cricket besides school cricket. He initially started playing in the Premier Cricket tournament in Mumbai. Finally, he started playing for India. At one time Sachin Dulquer kept playing with Vinod Kambli for a long time and they had a 664-run partnership. In the absence of the opening pair, the opposing team refused to play the match.


SachinTendulkr's Wife

Sachin Tendulkar's wife named is Anjali Tendulkar. Sachin Tendulkar married Anjali Mehta on 24 May 1955. Anjali Tendulkar is a doctor by profession. Anjali is a native of Gujarat. Sachin and Anjali first met at the airport.


Sachin Tendulkar's Domestic Career

Sachin Tendulkar's domestic career Sachin Tendulkar made his debut in domestic cricket on 14 November 1986 at the age of 14. He appeared for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy on 14 November 1987. He was not selected in the final 11 in the first-class match. A year later Sachin Tendulkar scored his first century at the age of 15 in his first match. At that time Sachin was playing for Mumbai and the opposition team was Gujarat. Sachin Tendulkar finished the 1988–1989 Ranji Trophy season as the highest scorer for Mumbai. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 583 runs for Mumbai. Sachin scored 96 runs in the final match of Ranji Trophy season 1990-1991. He scored his first double century against the Australian team. While he was playing for Bombay. Sachin Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 206 in this match. Sachin Tendulkar has scored a century in all three formats of first-class cricket. Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 233 in the final match of Ranji Trophy in the year 2000 against Tamil Nadu. Sachin Tendulkar also became the first overseas player to represent Yorkshire. He achieved this feat at the age of 19. Sachin Tendulkar played a total of 14 first-class matches here, scoring a total of 1080 runs with a good average.


Sachin Tendulkar International Career 

Sachin Tendulkar made his debut in international cricket at the age of 16, 205 days. He made his Test debut against Pakistan in 1989. Tendulkar credited the Indian tour of Pakistan to Raj Singh Dungarpur, who recommended Tendulkar's selection. The Indian selection committee had shown interest in selecting Sachin Tendulkar during the West Indies tour that year but was not selected. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 15 runs in the Test match and also took the wicket of Pakistan player Waqar Younis. Sachin Tendulkar played an international ODI for India at the age of 16, he was the youngest player to do so for India. From 1994 to 1999, Sachin Tendulkar's performance improved and he scored 82 against New Zealand in 1994.

Sachin Tendulkar First ODI century

Sachin Tendulkar scored his first ODI century against Australia in Colombo in 1994. Sachin Tendulkar had scored 110 runs as his first century, in this match India won over Australia.

  Sachin Tendulkar First Test Century

Sachin Tendulkar scored his first Test century in the year 1990. On 9 August 1990, Sachin Tendulkar scored his first Test century against England, although the match failed to yield any result. Sachin scored an unbeaten 119 in this match.


Sachin Tendulkar in World Cup


Sachin Tendulkar in 2003 World Cup

Tendulkar scored 673 runs in 11 matches in the Cricket World Cup 2003, the highest in the tournament. India managed to reach the final in the 2003 World Cup, but could not win the World Cup final and Australia won the 2003 World Cup. Earlier in 1999, Australia also won the Cricket World Cup. Sachin Tendulkar was voted Man of the Tournament as he scored the most runs in this tournament.

Sachin Tendulkar in 2007 World Cup 


Sachin's attitude in the 2007 World Cup was worrying, for which he was criticized by the coach of the Indian team. The performance of the Indian team led by Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid was disappointing in the World Cup being played in the West Indies. Shortly thereafter, Sachin returned to his rhythm. However, Sachin's performance in the 2007 World Cup was disappointing. But later his performance improved again.


Sachin Tendulkar World Cup 2011


The World Cup 2011 was special for India as the 2011 World Cup was named after India. Sri Lanka India and Bangladesh together hosted the 2011 World Cup. In the World Cup 2011, Sachin Tendulkar scored a total of 482 runs including 2 centuries. Sri Lanka's Tillakaratne Dilshan scored more than him. India defeated Sri Lanka in the 2011 World Cup final and won the World Cup 2011 title. The performance of Gautam Gambhir and Mahendra Singh Dhoni in the World Cup final was excellent. Gautam Gambhir scored 97 runs but missed his century. Mahendra Singh Dhoni batted in the World Cup Final 2011 and won Team India.
Sachin did not perform well after the World Cup and after India's tour of Australia. Now Sachin was working hard to score his 100th century. He was also dismissed several times on a score of 99.

Sachin Tendulkar 100th century


Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th century against Bangladesh in Mirpur in the Asia Cup on 16 March 2012. It was also his first ODI century against Bangladesh. Sachin Tendulkar became the only player in the world to score 100 international centuries. Even after Tendulkar's 100th century, India could not win that match against Bangladesh.


Sachin Tendulkar in T20Is

Sachin played only one T20 match in which he scored 10 runs.


Sachin Tendulkar in IPL


Sachin Tendulkar used to play for Mumbai Indians in IPL. In 2008, Sachin Tendulkar was selected as the captain and icon player for Mumbai. Mumbai Indians reached the finals in IPL 2010 and Sachin scored 618 runs in 14 innings in this tournament. Sachin had scored over 500 runs as captain. In IPL 2011, Sachin Tendulkar scored his first T20 century against Kochi Kerala. Sachin scored an unbeaten 100 in this match. 
Sachin Tendulkar had scored a total of 2334 runs in 78 matches of IPL, including 1 century and 13 half-centuries. In 2013, Sachin retired from IPL.







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