Biography of Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin Tendulkar is not enchanted by any introduction as is considered one of the greatest legend of cricket in the world.
To know more about his cricket life here is a brief Biography of Sachin Tendulkar.
Sachin is famous all over the world for his calm and gentle nature. Instead of getting angry with any comments or criticisms, he always believes in answering them through his game performance.
Sachin Tendulkar was not an explosive batsman like Virender Sehwag, Brian Lara, Chris Gayle, and David Warner but he has achieved the status of God in cricket through his dedication and hard work towards cricket, his efforts, and his passion, he has always played cricket in such a manner that is not just only playing cricket but became an inspiration to millions of cricket lover.
People in India consider Sachin Tendulkar to be a God of cricket, his teammate cricketers also call him Sir Ji and whenever he is batting on the crease, there was only one voice reverberated in the stadium from the stand side Sachin Ala Re.
Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973 at Nirmal Nursing Home at Shivaji Park in Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
His family belongs to a middle-class Marathi family in the Rajapur of Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra.
His father's name was Ramesh Tendulkar who was a litterateur and professor and his mother's name was Rajni Tendulkar who worked in an insurance company.
Very few people know that Sachin Tendulkar is the son of his father Ramesh Tendulkar's second wife, Ramesh Tendulkar's first wife has three children Ajit, Nitin, and Savita are older than Sachin.
Sachin Tendulkar is named by his father Ramesh Tendulkar on his favorite lyricist musician Sachin Dev Burman.
Sachin Tendulkar was married to Dr. Anjali Mehta on 24 May 1995. They have two children, a daughter Sara who was born on 12 October 1997 and a son Arjun who was born on 24 September 1999, his wife Anjali is 6 years older than Sachin.
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- Full name...Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar.
- Date of birth...24 April 1973.
- Born territory... Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra.
- Main Role in the team...As a Batsman.
- Batting genre...Right-hand bat.
- Bowling genre...Right-arm leg-break, googly.
- Father's name...Ramesh Tendulkar.
- Mother's name...Rajni Tendulkar.
- Brothers name...Nitin Tendulkar, Ajit Tendulkar.
- Sister's name...Savita Tendulkar.
- Spouse name...Dr. Anjali Mehta.
- Son's name...Arjun Tendulkar.
- Daughter's name...Sara Tendulkar.
- Test debut vs Pakistan at National Stadium, Nov 15, 1989.
- Last Test vs West Indies at Wankhede Stadium, Nov 14, 2013.
- ODI debut vs Pakistan at Jinnah Stadium, Dec 18, 1989.
- Last ODI vs Pakistan at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Mar 18, 2012.
- T20 debut vs South Africa at The Wanderers Stadium, Dec 01, 2006.
- Last T20 vs South Africa at The Wanderers Stadium, Dec 01, 2006.
- IPL debut vs Chennai Super Kings at Wankhede Stadium, May 14, 2008.
- Last IPL vs Sunrisers Hyderabad at Wankhede Stadium, May 13, 2013.
Here is the brief performance of batting and bowling in Test matches, ODIs, and T20s during the entire cricket career of Sachin Tendulkar, which is as follows.
Performance in batting:
Performance in bowling:
Biography of Sachin Tendulkar on his early life:
Sachin Tendulkar did his early childhood education at the New English School of the Indian Education Society in Bandra (East). Sachin was very fond of cricket games since his childhood but from the very beginning, he was considered among the very naughty children, due to which he often quarreled with the school children.
Sachin's elder brother Ajit used to encourage him a lot to play cricket, so to reduce Sachin's mischief, Ajit plans a strategy to provides him coaching at a prestigious Cricket Academy which was located at Shivaji Park, Dadar, and took him to Ramakant Achrekar in 1984,
Ramakant Achrekar was considered among the experts and famous cricket coaches of that time period.
Sachin was not able to perform well in front of Achrekar for the first time due to which he refused to admit him to the Academy for training but after a lot of requests by Sachin's elder brother Ajit, he examines Sachin's game once again.
But this time he hid from Sachin and observed Sachin's game, and then this time Sachin had played very good cricket which showed that Sachin is only feeling uncomfortable playing in front of him and then Achrekar gave permission to admit him to his cricket academy, and then he started coaching them the skills of the cricket.
Achrekar was very impressed with Tendulkar's talent, so he asked Sachin to shift to Shardashram Vidyamandir International School in Dadar (West), Mumbai to continue his study because cricket was used very much encouraging there and had established many cricketers at the international level. He had observed that if Sachin gets a good atmosphere of cricket then he can do a lot in the cricket game, Tendulkar also took admission to that school at the behest of his coach and started playing cricket there with a professional team, he studied there and also used to practice under the supervision of Achrekar every morning and evening in the academy located in Shivaji Park.
At the school, he developed a reputation as a child cricketer. He had become a common belief in all the local cricket playing areas, that one day he would become one of the greatest cricket players in the world.
Sachin used to participate in the Matunga Gujarati Seva Mandal (MGSM) Championship on behalf of the school team continuously. Apart from school cricket, Sachin used to participate in club cricket there as well.
Later, Achrekar had found a problem that the way he grips the handle of the bat, because Sachin used to grips the handle of his bat quite below, and according to Achrekar that by holding the bat in such a way very good stroke can not drive, and he advised Sachin to play by grips the handle of the bat slightly above side.
Sachin Tendulkar often used to practice at the nets for hours in his childhood and his coach Ramakant Achrekar used to put a ₹ 1 coin on the stumps and the condition was that the bowler who would dismiss Sachin would take this ₹ 1 coin with him and If Sachin has remained not out, then that the coin of ₹ 1 will be taken by himself.
By doing this unique type of practice of batting Sachin has accumulated 13 such coins, which even today, Sachin considers as his biggest award.
Initially, Sachin was very fond of bowling, due to which in 1987, at the age of 14, he went to the MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai to learn bowling tricks where Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee was the head coach.
He suggested to Sachin to get expertise in batting because he was doing well in batting and then Sachin agreed to him and started paying more attention to his batting.
He was infected with (COVID-19):
On 27 March 2021, Sachin Tendulkar was tested positive for the Coronavirus disease and was admitted to the hospital as a matter of abundant precaution under medical advice
On Thursday 8 April 2021 Due to the good wishes and prayers of millions of fans and followers he has returned home after being hospitalized as a "precautionary measure" for almost 10 days due to Covid-19.
Biography of Sachin Tendulkar on his Domestic career:
On 14 November 1987, Tendulkar was selected to play for Mumbai in India's domestic first-class cricket tournament for the Ranji Trophy but he did not get the place in any of the matches in the final eleven, he was used only just as an extra fielder in that entire series.
On 11 December 1988, at the age of just 15 years and 232 days, Tendulkar made his debut against Gujarat while playing for Mumbai, scoring an unbeaten century in that match and a century in his first match in first-class cricket.
He became the youngest player of India to establish this record, and in the playing season of 1988-89, he became the highest run-scorer for Mumbai in the entire series, and even after that his outstanding performance continued.
He also scored an unbeaten century in the Irani Trophy against Delhi at the time when he was playing for the rest of India. Sachin Tendulkar scored a century in his first match in Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy, and Irani Trophy and is the only batsman from India to do so. No one has broken this record to date
Seeing the brilliant cricket of Sachin, at the age of 16, he was selected for the Indian national cricket team. The credit of his selection in the national cricket team is to go to Raj Singh Dungarpur, who was the chief selector of BCCI at that time period.
Biography of Sachin Tendulkar on his international cricket career:
At the age of about 40 years, Sachin Tendulkar has announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket on 10 October 2013 just after the Test series against West Indies in November in India, and interestingly Sachin has debuted his ODI against Pakistan and his last ODI was also against Pakistan.
Performance in ODI:
Sachin Tendulkar is the player who played the most One Day International cricket matches, he has played a total of 463 ODIs in his entire cricket career.
He has scored a total of 18426 runs in his entire ODI cricket career at an average of 44.83 at a strike rate of 86. 24, which means he has scored 86 runs off the facing per100 balls in every match, and he has scored approximately 45 runs on an average in each & every match in all the ODI he has played, which is really very amazing and remarkable.
Here is a brief list of all the 463 ODI matches whom he was played in his entire cricket career.
Sachin Tendulkar had to wait for 79 ODIs match to score his first century in an ODI, but after scoring his first century in ODI he did not look back and becomes the first cricketer to hammered a double century in the one-day international cricket history.
He has played a total of 463 ODI matches in his entire career, out of which he has scored 49 ODI centuries. Apart from this, he has missed out to score 3 more additional centuries in his 463 ODI playing journeys due to being dismissed out on the score of 99 runs 3 times.
|1||110||Colombo||9 Sep 1994||Neutral|
|2||100||Kanpur||7 Apr 1998||Home|
|3||143||Sharjah||22 Apr 1998||Neutral|
|4||134||Sharjah||24 Apr 1998||Neutral|
|5||141||Dhaka||28 Oct 1998||Neutral|
|6||139||Indore||31 Mar 2001||Home|
|7||100||Gwalior||26 Oct 2003||Home|
|8||117*||Sydney||2 Mar 2008||Away|
|9||175||Hyderabad||5 Nov 2009||Home|
|1||114||Mirpur||16 Mar 2012||Away|
|1||105||Riverside Ground||4 Jul 2002||Away|
|2||120||Bangalore||27 Feb 2011||Home|
|1||127||Cuttack||18 Feb 1996||Home|
|2||100||Kolkata||31 May 1998||Home|
|3||140||Bristol||23 May 1999||Neutral|
|4||146||Paarl||24 Octo 2001||Neutral|
|1||152||Pietermaritzburg||23 Feb 2003||Neutral|
|Against New Zealand|
|1||115||Vadodara||28 Oct 1994||Home|
|2||117||Bangalore||14 May 1997||Home|
|3||186||Hyderabad||8 Nov 1999||Home|
|4||102||Hyderabad||15 Nov 2003||Home|
|5||163||Christchurch||8 Mar 2009||Away|
|3||141||Rawalpindi||16 Mar 2004||Away|
|4||123||Ahmedabad||12 Ap 2005||Home|
|5||100||Peshawar||6 Feb 2006||Away|
|Against South Africa|
|1||114||Mumbai||14 Dec 1996||Home|
|2||122||Vadodara||17 Mar 2000||Home|
|3||101||Johannesburg||5 Oct 2001||Away|
|4||200||Gwalior||24 Feb 2010||Home|
|5||111||Nagpur||12 Mar 2011||Home|
|Against Sri Lanka|
|1||112||Sharjah||9 Apr 1995||Neutral|
|2||137||New Delhi||2 Mar 1996||Home|
|3||110||Colombo||28 Aug 1996||Away|
|4||120||Colombo||29 Aug 1999||Away|
|5||128||Colombo||7 Jul 1998||Away|
|6||101||Sharjah||20 Oct 2000||Neutral|
|7||113||Bristol||11 Jul 2002||Neutral|
|8||138||Colombo||14 Sep 2009||Away|
|Against West Indies|
|1||105||Jaipur||11 Nov 1994||Home|
|2||122||Harare||4 Jul 2001||Neutral|
|3||141||Kuala Lumpur||14 Sep 2006||Neutral|
|4||100||Vadodara||31 Jan 2007||Home|
|1||104||Benoni||9 Feb 1997||Neutral|
|2||127||Bulawayo||26 Sep 1998||Away|
|3||118||Sharjah||8 Nov 1998||Neutral|
|4||124||Sharjah||13 Nov 1998||Neutral|
|5||146||Jodhpur||8 Dec 2000||Home|
He has grabbed the 62 times Man of the Match 'MoM' awards in ODIs. He also has grabbed the Man of the Match award against all teams who has the status of full member 'Test Playing Nations' accredited by the ICC. Here is the list of Man of the Match awards which is obtained by Sachin Tendulkar in ODI Matches are following.
Man of the Match awards in ODI:
- 01. Sri Lanka tour of India 2nd ODI at Pune on 05 Dec 1990.
- 02. Wills Trophy, 5th ODI at Sharjah on 22 Oct 1991.
- 03. South Africa tour of India 1st ODI at Kolkata on Nov 10, 1991.
- 04. Benson & Hedges World Series 12th ODI at Melbourne on 16 Jan 1992.
- 05. Benson & Hedges World Series 16th ODI at Sydney on 04 Mar 1992.
- 06. Benson & Hedges World Series 19th ODI at Hamilton on o7 Mar 1992.
- 07. India tour of New Zealand 2nd ODI at Auckland on 27 Mar 1994.
- 08. Singer World Series, India Vs Australia 3rd ODI at Colombo on 09 Sep 1994.
- 09. Wills World Series, India Vs New Zealand 3rd ODI at Vadodara on 28 Oct 1994.
- 10. Wills World Series, India Vs New Zealand 6th ODI at New Delhi on 03 Nov 1994.
- 11. Wills World Series, India Vs West Indies Final at Kolkata on 05 Nov1994.
- 12. Pepsi Asia Cup, India Vs Sri Lanka 5th ODI at Sharjah on 09 Apr 1995.
- 13. Wills World Series, India Vs Kenya 6th ODI at Cuttack on 18 Feb 1996,
- 14. Wills World Series, India Vs West Indies 10th ODI at Gwalior on 21 Feb 1996.
- 15. Pepsi Sharjah Cup, India Vs Pakistan 4th ODI at Sharjah on 15 Apr 1996.
- 16. India tour of Canada, India Vs Pakistan 1st ODI at Toronto on 16 Sep 1996.
- 17. Titan Cup, Australia tour of India 3rd ODI at Bengaluru on 21 Oct 1996.
- 18. South Africa tour of India, Only ODI at Mumbai on 14 Dec 1996.
- 19. Standard Bank International ODI Series, 9th ODI at Benoni on 09 Feb 1997.
- 20. Pepsi Independence Cup, 3rd ODI at Bengaluru on 14 May 1997.
- 21. Silver Jubilee Independence Cup, 1st Final ODI at Dhaka on 14 Jan 1998.
- 22. Pepsi Triangular Series, 1st ODI at Kochi (India) on 01 Apr 1998.
- 23. Pepsi Triangular Series, 4th ODI at Kanpur on 07 Apr 1998.
- 24. Coca-Cola Cup, 3rd ODI at Sharjah on 19 Apr 1998.
- 25. Coca-Cola Cup, 6th ODI at Sharjah on 22 Apr 1998.
- 26. Coca-Cola Cup, Final ODI at Sharjah on 24 Apr 1998.
- 27. Coca-Cola Triangular Series, Final ODI at Kolkata on 31 May 1998.
- 28. Singer-Akai Nidahas Trophy, Final ODI at Colombo on 07 Jul 1998.
- 29. India tour of Zimbabwe, 1st ODI at Bulawayo on 26 Sep1998.
- 30. Wills International Cup, 3rd QF ODI at Dhaka on 28 Oct 1998.
- 31. Coca-Cola Champions Trophy, 3rd ODI at Sharjah on 08 Nov 1998.
- 32. Coca-Cola Champions Trophy, Final ODI at Sharjah on 13 Nov1998.
- 33. ICC World Cup, 15th ODI at Bristol on 23 May 1999.
- 34. Coca-Cola Singapore Challenge, 2nd ODI at Singapore on 04 Sep 1999.
- 35. New Zealand tour of India, 2nd ODI at Hyderabad on 08 Nov 1999.
- 36. South Africa tour of India, 4th ODI at Vadodara on 17 Mar 2000.
- 37. Coca-Cola Champions Trophy, 1st ODI at Sharjah on 20 Oct 2000.
- 38. Australia tour of India, 3rd ODI at Indore on 31 Mar 2001.
- 39. Coca-Cola Cup, 2nd ODI at Harare on 24 Jun 2001.
- 40. Coca-Cola Cup, 4th ODI at Bulawayo on 30 Jun 2001.
- 41. Coca-Cola Cup, 6th ODI at Harare on 04 Jul 2001.
- 42. Standard Bank Triangular Tournament, 9th ODI at Paarl on 24 Oct 2001.
- 43. England tour of India, 3rd ODI at Chennai on 25 Jan 2002.
- 44. India tour of West Indies, 5th ODI at Port of Spain on 02 Jun 2002.
- 45. NatWest Series, India tour of England at Bristol on 11 July 2002.
- 46. ICC World Cup, 17th ODI at Harare on 19 Feb 2003.
- 47. ICC World Cup, 25th ODI at Pietermaritzburg on 23 Feb 2003.
- 48. ICC World Cup, 36th ODI at Centurion on 01 Mar 2003.
- 49. TVS Cup, 2nd ODI at Gwalior(India) on 26 Oct 2003.
- 50. India tour of Pakistan, 2nd ODI at Rawalpindi on 16 Mar 2004.
- 51. Asia Cup, 7th ODI at Colombo on 21 Jul 2004.
- 52. DLF Cup, 2nd ODI at Kuala Lumpur on 14 Sep 2006.
- 53. West Indies tour of India, 4th ODI at Vadodara on 31 Jan 2007.
- 54. Future Cup, 2nd ODI at Belfast on 29 Jun 2007.
- 55. India tour of Ireland, England and Scotland, 6th ODI at London on 05 Sep 2007.
- 56. Pakistan tour of India, 4th ODI at Gwalior on 15 Nov 2007.
- 57. Commonwealth Bank Series, 1st Final ODI at Sydney on 02 Mar 2008.
- 58. India tour of New Zealand, 3rd ODI at Christchurch on 08 Mar2009.
- 59. Compaq Cup, Final ODI at Colombo on 14 Sep 2009.
- 60. Australia tour of India, 5th ODI at Hyderabad on 05 Nov 2009.
- 61. South Africa tour of India, 2nd ODI at Gwalior on 24 Feb 2010.
- 62. ICC Cricket World Cup, 2nd Semi-Final ODI at Chandigarh on 30 Mar 2011.
Performance in Test:
Sachin Tendulkar is also the only cricketer to have played the most number of Test matches on his home grounds. there is no other cricketer in the world who has played more Test matches than Sachin Tendulkar at his own country's grounds.
In the fourth and final Test match in Jinnah Stadium of Sialkot Pakistan which was played 09 to14 December 1989, a bouncer ball hit on Sachin Tendulkar's nose and started bleeding from his nose, but this little master keeping on batting without worrying about his nose pain.
But after that, he has cracked the world's most notorious bowlers whether it is Shane Warne or Muralitharan, or Shoaib Akhtar, and many more...whose figures are telling the story of his strength in the batting records.
Sachin played his first home Test match against England in India 1992–93, which was the 22nd Test match of his Test career. After this, Sachin's performance in the Test matches of Australia and South Africa was very tremendous and he had also scored many Test centuries there.
He has played the most Test matches in international cricket, has played a total of 200 Test matches in his entire career, out of which he has played 94 Test matches at his home ground ie India. Here is a brief list of all the 200 Test matches whom he was played in his entire cricket career.
He has played a total of 200 Test matches in his entire career, out of which he has scored 51 Test centuries.
Apart from this, he has missed out to score 10 more centuries in his 200 Test playing journeys due to being dismissed out on between 90 and 100 runs 10 times. Here is a country-wise brief list of all the 51Test centuries he has scored in his entire cricket career.
|01||148||Sydney||2 Jan 1992||Away|
|02||114||Perth||1 Feb 1992||Away|
|03||155||Chennai||6 Mar 1998||Home|
|04||177||Bangalore||25 Mar 1998||Home|
|05||116||Melbourne||26 Dec 1999||Away|
|06||126||Chennai||18 Mar 2001||Home|
|07||141||Sydne||2 Jan 2004||Away|
|08||154||Sydne||2 Jan 2008||Away|
|09||153||Adelaide||24 Jan 2008||Away|
|10||109||Nagpur||6 Nov 2008||Home|
|11||214||Bangalore||9 Oct 2010||Home|
|01||148||Dhaka||10 Dec 2004||Away|
|02||101||Chittagong||18 May 2007||Away|
|03||122||Mirpur||25 May 2007||Away|
|04||105||Chittagong||17 Jan 2010||Away|
|05||143||Mirpur||24 Jan 2010||Away|
|01||119||Manchester||9 Aug 1990||Away|
|02||165||Chennai||11 Feb 1993||Home|
|03||122||Birmingham||6 Jun 1996||Away|
|04||177||Nottingham||4 Jul 1996||Away|
|05||103||Ahmedabad||11 Dec 2001||Homa|
|06||193||Leeds||22 Aug 2002||Away|
|07||103||Chennai||11 Dec 2008||Home|
|Against New Zealand|
|01||113||Wellington||26 Dec 1998||Away|
|02||126||Mohali||10 Oct 1999||Home|
|03||217||Ahmedabad||29 Oct 1999||Home|
|04||160||Hamilton||18 Mar 2009||Away|
|01||136||Chennai||28 Jan 1999||Home|
|02||194||Multan||28 Mar 2004||Away|
|Against South Africa|
|01||111||Johannesburg||26 Nov 1992||Away|
|02||169||Cape Town||2 Jan 1997||Away|
|03||155||Bloemfontein||3 Nov 2001||Away|
|04||100||Nagpur||6 Feb 2010||Home|
|05||106||Kolkata||14 Feb 2010||Home|
|06||111||Centurion||16 Dec 2010||Away|
|07||146||Cape Town||2 Jan 2011||Away|
|Against Sri Lanka|
|01||104||Colombo||27 Jul 1993||Away|
|02||142||Lucknow||18 Jan 1994||Home|
|03||143||Colombo||2 Aug 1997||Away|
|04||139||Colombo||9 Aug 1997||Away|
|05||148||Mumbai||3 Dec 1997||Home|
|06||124||Colombo||24 Feb 1999||Away|
|07||109||New Delh||10 Dec 2005||Home|
|08||100||Ahmedabad||16 Nov 2009||Home|
|09||203||Colombo||26 Jul 2010||Away|
|Against West Indies|
|01||179||Nagpur||1 Dec 1994||Home|
|02||117||Port of Spain||19 Apr 2002||Away|
|03||176||Kolkata||30 Oct 2002||Home|
|01||122||New Delhi||18 Nov 2000||Home|
|02||201||Nagpur||25 Nov 2000||Home|
|03||176||Nagpur||21 Feb 2002||Home|
Man of the Match awards in Test:
He has grabbed the 14 times Man of the Match 'MoM' award in Test Cricket. Here is the list of Man of the Match awards which is obtained by Sachin Tendulkar in Test Matches are following.
- 01. India tour of England, 2nd Test at Manchester dated-09 to 14 Aug 1990.
- 02. England tour of India, 2nd Test at Chennai dated-11 to 15 Feb 1993.
- 03. New Zealand tour of India, 2nd Test at Chennai dated-25 to 29 Oct 1995.
- 04. Australia tour of India, 1st Test at Chennai dated-6 to 10 Mar 1998.
- 05. Pakistan tour of India, 1st Test at Chennai dated-28 to 31 Jan 1999.
- 06. New Zealand tour of India, 3rd Test at Ahmedabad dated-29 Oct to 01 Nov 1999.
- 07. India tour of Australia, 2nd Test at Melbourne dated-26 to 30 Dec 1999.
- 08. South Africa tour of India, 1st Test at Mumbai dated-24 to 28 Feb 2000.
- 09. West Indies tour of India, 3rd Test at Kolkata dated-30 Oct to 03 Nov 2002.
- 10. India tour of Australia, 4th Test at Sydney dated-02 to 06 Jan 2004.
- 11. India tour of Australia, 4th Test at Adelaide dated-24 to 28 Jan 2008.
- 12. India tour of New Zealand, 1st Test at Hamilton dated-18 to 21 Mar 2009.
- 13. India tour of Bangladesh, 1st Test at Chattogram dated-17 to 21 Jan 2010.
- 14. Australia tour of India, 2nd Test at Bengaluru dated-o9 to 13 Oct 2010.
Records as a captain:
During the 1996 World Cup, Sachin was appointed to take the responsibility of captaining the team India. but In 1998, Sachin relinquished the captaincy. In the year 1999, he was named again to take the responsibility of captaining the team India.
Sachin Tendulkar's two-term as captain of the team India was not quite successful. When Tendulkar took over as captain in 1996, there were great hopes and expectations to them for Indian cricket.
During his captaincy, Sachin won only four out of 25 Tests. Since then, Sachin had decided to never captain again.
Biography of Sachin Tendulkar on his IPL Career:
All the players in the Indian Premier League 'IPL' are selected through the auction process, If any team wants to include a player in their team then that team needs to bid the highest for that player in the auction.
The great batsman of India Sachin Tendulkar has also been a part of the Mumbai Indian team in the IPL for many years but Sachin Tendulkar is the player in the IPL whose name was never included for the auction of any IPL season.
Performance in IPL:
In his entire IPL career, Sachin Tendulkar had only bowled a total of 36 balls in the year 2009, in which the batsmen scored a total of 58 runs at an economy rate of 9.66 runs per over and he had not succeeded to take any wickets.
A book of 486 pages based on the biography of Sachin Tendulkar 'Sachin Tendulkar - Playing It My Way, My Autobiography was released on 6 November 2014 by Sachin Tendulkar, This book listed its name in the Limca Book of Records in the year 2016 due to record sales.
Biography of Sachin Tendulkar on his records & awards:
- He is the only cricketer in the world who has scored 5 centuries in Test cricket before the age of 20 years.
- He is the only Indian cricketer who was inducted in the all-time Test World XI team of the Cricket Reference Book to be published annually in the United Kingdom in October 2013 on the 150th anniversary of the Wisden Cricketers' Almanack book.
- He was received Arjuna Award for his achievements in cricket in the year 1994 from the government of India.
- He was awarded the Wisden Cricketer of the Year award in the year 1997.
- He was received India's highest sports honor award 'Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna' for his achievements in cricket in the year 1997-98 from the government of India.
- He was awarded Maharashtra's highest civilian award 'Maharashtra Bhushan Award' for his contribution to Indian cricket in the year 2001 from the government of Maharashtra the state where he was born.
- He was awarded the Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World award twice that is in the years 1998 and 2010 respectively.
- He was awarded Poli Umrigar Award from the BCCI India for his outstanding performance in international cricket for the year 2006-07 and 2009-10.
- On the occasion of equalizing the record of 29 centuries of Sir Don Bradman in Test cricket, a British automotive company 'Ferrari' gifted A Ferrari 360 Modena car to Sachin Tendulkar on July 23, 2002, at the Car Circuit Silverstone in Northamptonshire in England from the hands of a renowned F1 world champion Michael Schumacher.
- He was awarded the Player of the Tournament Award for the 2003 One Day International Cricket World Cup.
- He was awarded India's fourth-highest civilian award 'Padma Shri' for his contribution to Indian cricket in the year 1999 from the government of India.
- He was awarded India's second-highest civilian award 'Padma Vibhushan' for his contribution to cricket in the year 2008 from the government of India.
- He was a part of ICC's World One-Day International team squad for 2004, 2007, and 2010.
- He was awarded 'ICC Cricketer of the year' from the International Cricket Council' for his contribution to cricket in the year 2010 which is the Highest Award of the ICC which is given to the top cricketer in the world every year.
- He was a part of ICC's World Test team squad consistently for 2009, 2010, and 2011.
- Sachin Tendulkar was awarded for Outstanding Achievement in Sport and the Peoples Choice Award at The Asian Awards in London in the year 2010.
- He was awarded Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for the cricketer of the year award due to his performance in cricket for the year 2010.
- He was awarded the LG People's Choice Award by the electronic giant firm LG, in 2010.
- He was awarded the post of Honorary group captain by the Indian Air Force in the year 2010.
- He was awarded the Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year award in the year 2011.
- He was awarded Wisden India Outstanding Achievement award for cricket in the year 2012.
- He was awarded an Honorary Member of the Order of Australia, nominated by the Australian government in the year 2012.
- He was nominated a member of the Rajya Sabha, the upper chamber of the Indian parliament In 2012, And his tenure lasted from 2012 to 2018, He is the first active cricketer who becomes the member of parliament 'MP' of Rajya Sabha.
- He was awarded the ESPN Cricinfo Cricketer of the Generation award in the year 2014.
- He was awarded India's highest civilian award 'Bharat Ratna' for his contribution to cricket in the year 2014 from the government of India.
- Cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar was awarded the 'Most Effective Swachhata Ambassador' award in the year 2019 from the president of India.
- Indian Post Department issued a postage stamp in honor of Sachin Tendulkar in 2013, he is the second Indian after Mother Teresa, who has a postage stamp on himself during the life span.
- He was awarded the Laureus World Sports Award of berlin for his outstanding performance in international cricket for the span of years 2000 to 2020.
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