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Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Born: 24 April 1973, Bombay
Major Teams: Mumbai, 
Yorkshire, India.
Known As: Sachin Tendulkar
Batting Style: Right Hand Bat
Bowling Style:
Right Arm Off Break, 
Leg Break, Right Arm Medium

Sachin Tendulkar
Profile: Sachin Tendulkar

By popular vote, the greatest batsman in the world today, Sachin Tendulkar has the cricketing world at his feet. The adulation he commands world over is unsurpassed, perhaps since the days of Don Bradman, to whom of course he has been compared, by no less than the great man himself. While he may not end with a Test career average of 99.94, there is little doubt that based on his vigorous style of batsmanship and his insatiable appetite for runs and big scores, he is the most complete batsman since Vivian Richards. In many ways though he has surpassed even that outstanding West Indian batsman.

When Tendulkar is on song, there is no more majestic sight in the cricketing world. The spectators at the stadium are on their feet cheering while all over the world, TV audiences are glued to the screen. He has scored heavily on all kinds of wickets the world over, in conditions which lesser mortals have not been able to master and against bowlers whom other batsmen have found it difficult to score off. Immensely gifted and blessed with an impeccable technique, Tendulkar's batting is a dream, combining timing, elegance and power. Mentally very strong, Tendulkar is best when confronted by a challenge - as he showed when mowing down Shane Warne in India in 1998. Captain during two short stints, Tendulkar has made it clear that he would prefer to concentrate on his batting and indeed, he seems to be getting better with every passing year. Scoring two double centuries in successive seasons and being the first to cross the 10,000 run barrier in ODIs is clear proof of this. The best thing from the fans' point of view - if not the bowler's - is that the entertainment, courtesy Tendulkar, is still at the intermission stage. Long may 
`The King' continue to regale his willing subjects!

While his batting ranks him among the best in the world, he is also a part-time bowler and has played a crucial role as a leg spinner or a medium pace bowler who tends to break partnerships. He has more than a hundred wickets in ODIs and 35 in tests, though his bowling averages are above 40. He continues to perform well under the massive weight of expectation of hundreds of millions of cricket followers, in India and around the world, and most recently was named Player Of The Tournament in the 2003 Cricket World Cup.Incidentally, Sachin is the first batsman to be declared run out by third umpire in 1992 in South Africa.
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Sachin Tendulkar Made His 49th Test Century, passed 14,000 runs and now another Double century
Sachin TenDulkar passed 14,000 runs as india were 128-2 at stumps on day two of the Second Test against australia.
Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar has reached a pinnacle by hitting another century in his Test cricket career. Sachin scored century on the third day of the final Test match against Australia in Bangalore. Tendulkarís score was a blunt reply to Australiaís mammoth score of 478 on Day 2.
Unbeatable Tendulkar has scored 214 and opener Murali Vijay scored 139 giving India a relaxed day that was without loss of any wicket. its 6th. Double Hundred in test match, 2nd. Double Hundred in 2010. 2nd. Double Hundred vs Australia and 3rd. Double Hundred in India.
12th. oct. 2010
passed 14,000 runs 49th Test Century
49th Test Century
Sachin Tendulkar breaks Lara's record
Sachin Tendulkar became the highest scorer in Test cricket after surpassing West Indian legend Brian Lara in the ongoing second Test in Mohali on Friday. 17th oct. 2008. The Master Blaster needed just 15 runs today to overtake Lara's Test match tally of 11,953 runs and establishing a fourth world record in his illustrious career. Tendulkar is also on the verge of creating another landmark as he will also be the first player to amass 12000 runs in Test cricket.
The 35-year-old batting maestro is already the world's top-scorer in One-Day International (16,361) and has the most centuries in Test matches (39) and One-dayers (42).

Some remarkable achievements of his career are:
* 4th highest tally of runs in test cricket (10,134) at an outstanding average of 57.25 (highest among those who have scored over 8,500 test runs) as of March 2005
* Most runs (over 13642) and centuries (38) in one-day internationals
* Only person to have scored over 11,000 ODI runs and over 25 ODI centuries as of April 28, 2005
* Highest ODI batting average among Indian batsmen and among all batsmen who have scored over 7,500 ODI runs (as of April 3, 2005)
* Most Number of Man of the Matches in one-day internationals
* Only player to have over 100 innings of 50+ runs in ODIs as of April 2005
* Most Number of Runs in World Cup Cricket History
* First cricketer to cross 10,000-run mark in ODIs
* Has equalled Sunil Gavaskar's record of 34 test centuries.
* Among those who have played over 100 test matches, he is the only one with a batting average above 55.
* Only second Indian to cross 10,000 runs in Test matches.
* He has the most centuries in ODI cricket against Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe.
* He is the fastest to score 10,000 runs in test cricket history. He holds this record along with Brian Lara. Both of them achieved this feat in 195 innings.
* To go with this he has 34 hundreds in Test cricket at an average of 57. An average above 50 distinguishes a batsman as an all time great.
* Highest individual score in ODIs among Indian batsmen (186* against New Zealand at Hyderabad in 1999)
*1994: Arjuna Award Receipient for achievements in Cricket
*1997: Tendulkar was one of the five cricketers selected as Wisden Cricketer of the Year
*1997/98: India's highest sporting honour - Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna
*1999: Padma Shri - India's civilian medal of recognition
*2008: Padma Vibhushan, India's second highest civilian award.
*In August 2003, Sachin Tendulkar was voted as the "Greatest Sportsman" of the country in the sport
personalities category in the Best of India poll conducted by Zee News.
*In November 2006, Time magazine named Tendulkar as one of the Asian Heroes.
*In December 2006, he was named "Sports person of the Year"
The current India Poised campaign run by The Times of India has nominated him as the Face of New India next to the likes of
Amartya Sen and Mahatma Gandhi among others

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Man of the series awards
Tendulkar has won a world record 14 ODI MoS awards over his 18 year career.

1 Singer Series (Australia, Sri Lanka) 1994 136 (4 Matches & 3 Innings, 1x100) 
2 Wills World Series (West Indies, South Africa) 1994/95 285 Runs (5 Innings, 1x100, 2x50); 39-4-155-8; 1 Catch 
3 West Indies in India ODI Tour 1994/95 246 Runs (5 Innings, 1x100, 2x50); 16-0-93-1; 1 Catch 
4 Silver Jubliee Independence Cup (Bangladesh, Pakistan) 1997/98 258 Runs (5 Innings, 3x50); 23.3-0-148-5; 6 Catches 
5 Coca-Cola Cup (Australia, New Zealand) 1997/98 435 Runs (5 Innings, 2x100, 1x50); 19-0-101-2 
6 India in Zimbabwe ODI Tour 1998/99 158 Runs (3 Innings, 1x100); 6-0-41-0; 1 Catch 
7 Coca-Cola Championship (Zimbabwe, Sri Lanka) 1998/99 274 Runs (5 Innings, 2x100); 14-0-51-2; 1 Catch 
8 South Africa in India ODI Tour 1999/00 274 Runs (5 Innings, 1x100, 1x50); 49-1-219-6; 1 Catch 
9 Coca-Cola Cup (West Indies, Zimbabwe) 2001 282 Runs (5 Innings, 1x100, 2x50); 4-0-25-0 
10 England in India ODI Tour 2001/02 266 Runs (6 Innings, 2x50); 30.5-158-2; 3 Catches 
11 2003 Cricket World Cup 2002/03 673 Runs (11 Innings, 1x100, 6x50); 18-0-77-2; 4 Catches 
12 TVS Cup (Australia, New Zealand) 2003/04 466 Runs (7 Innings, 2x100, 2x50); 21-0-125-1 
13 West Indies in India ODI Tour 2006/07 191 Runs (4 Innings, 1x100, 1x50); 23-0-112-4 
14 Future Cup (vs South Africa at Belfast) 2007 200 Runs (3 Matches, 3 Innings, 2x50) 

Man of the match award
Tendulkar has won a world record of 57 ODI Man of the Match Awards in his career
1 Sri Lanka Nehru Stadium, Pune 1990/91 53 (41b, 7x4, 1x6); 9-0-39-2; 2 Catches 
2 West Indies Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1991/92 11* (27b, 1x4); 10-1-34-4 
3 South Africa Eden Gardens, Kolkata 1991/92 62 (73b, 8x4, 1x6); 5-0-27-1 
4 West Indies MCG, Melbourne 1991/92 57* (88b, 2x4); 10-1-38-0 
5 Pakistan SCG, Sydney 1991/92 54* (62b, 3x4); 10-0-37-1 
6 Zimbabwe Westpac Park, Hamilton 1991/92 81 (77b, 8x4, 1x6); 6-0-35-1
7 New Zealand Eden Park, Auckland 1993/94 82 (49b, 15x4, 2x6) 
8 Australia Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 1994 110 (130b, 8x4, 2x6); 3-0-15-0 
9 New Zealand IPCL Ground, Vadodara 1994/95 115 (136b, 9x4), 3-0-27-0 
10 New Zealand Feroz Shah Kotla, New Delhi 1994/95 62 (54b, 13x4); 10-2-29-2 
11 West Indies Eden Gardens, Kolkata 1994/95 66 (68b, 8x4); 8-2-35-1 
12 Sri Lanka Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1994/95 112* (107b, 15x4, 1x6); 1 Catch 
13 Kenya Barabati Stadium, Cuttack 1995/96 127* (138b, 15x4, 1x6); 5-0-26-0 
14 West Indies Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior 1995/96 70 (91b, 8x4) 
15 Pakistan Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1995/96 118 (140b, 8x4, 2x6); 7.1-0-40-2 
16 Pakistan Toronto CSC Club, Toronto 1996 89* (89b, 9x4, 3x6); 2-0-12-0; 1 Catch
17 Australia Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1996/97 88 (111b, 9x4); 8-0-45-1; 2 Catches 
18 South Africa Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 1996/97 114 (126b, 14x4) 
19 Zimbabwe Willowmoore Park, Benoni 1996/97 104 (97b, 8x4, 1x6); 3-0-16-0 
20 New Zealand Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore 1997 117 (137b,13x4, 2x6); 7-0-35-0 
21 Pakistan Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 1997/98 95 (78b, 6x4, 5x6); 7-0-45-3 
22 Australia Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Kochi 1997/98 8 (11b, 1x4); 10-1-32-5 
23 Australia Green Park Stadium, Kanpur 1997/98 100 (89b, 5x4, 7x6); 4-0-19-0 
24 Australia Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1997/98 80 (72b, 9x4); 4-0-21-0 
25 Australia Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1997/98 143 (131b, 9x4, 5x6); 5-0-27-1; 1 Run Out 
26 Australia Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1997/98 134 (131b, 12x4, 3x6); 1-0-12-0
27 Kenya Eden Gardens, Kolkata 1998 100* (103b, 13x4); 1-0-4-0 
28 Sri Lanka Premadasa Stadium, Colombo 1998 128 (131b, 8x4, 2x6); 1-0-13-0 
29 Zimbabwe Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 1998/99 127* (130b, 13x4, 1x6); 1 Catch 
30 Australia Bangabandhu National Stadium, Dhaka 1998/99 141 (128b, 13x4, 3x6); 9.1-0-38-4; 1 Catch 
31 Zimbabwe Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1998/99 118 (112b, 14x4, 2x6); 1-0-4-0 
32 Zimbabwe Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 1998/99 124 (92b, 12x4, 6x6); 4-0-16-1; 1 Catch 
33 Kenya County Cricket Ground, Bristol, Bristol 1999 140* (101b, 16x4, 3x6); 1-0-23-0
34 Zimbabwe Kallang Ground, Singapore 1999 85 (72b, 7x4, 3x6)
35 New Zealand LBS Stadium, Hyderabad 1999/00 186* (150b, 20x4, 3x6); 1 Catch 
36 South Africa IPCL Ground, Vadodara 1999/00 122 (138b, 12x4); 9-1-43-0 
37 Sri Lanka Sharjah CA Stadium, Sharjah 2000/01 101 (140b, 3x4, 1x6); 5-0-22-0 
38 Australia Nehru Stadium, Indore 2000/01 139 (125b, 19x4); 1 Catch 
39 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare 2001 70 (70b, 13x4) 
40 West Indies Queens Sports Club, Bulawayo 2001 81 (110b, 8x4); 2-0-14-0 
41 West Indies Harare Sports Club, Harare 2001 122 (131b, 12x4, 1x6); 2-0-11-0 
42 Kenya Boland Park, Paarl 2001/02 146 (132b, 17x4) 
43 England MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai 2001/02 68 (79b, 10x4); 1-0-8-0; 1 Catch 
44 West Indies Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain 2001/02 65 (70b, 3x4,1x6); 3-0-20-1 
45 Sri Lanka County Cricket Ground, Bristol 2002 113 (102b, 12x4, 1x6) 
46 Zimbabwe Harare Sports Club, Harare 2002/03 81 (91b, 10x4) 
47 Namibia Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg 2002/03 152 (151b, 18x4) 
48 Pakistan Centurion Park, Centurion 2002/03 98 (75b, 12x4, 1x6) 
49 Australia Roop Singh Stadium, Gwalior 2003/04 100 (119b, 9x4, 1x6); 6-0-39-1 
50 Pakistan Pindi Club Ground, Rawalpindi 2003/04 141 (135b, 17x4, 1x6); 6-0-45-0 
51 Bangladesh SSC Ground, Colombo 2004 82 (126b, 10x4, 1x6); 10-0-35-3 
52 West Indies Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur 2006/07 141 (148b, 13x4, 5x6)
53 West Indies IPCL Ground, Vadodara 2006/07 100* (76b, 10x4, 1x6) 
54 South Africa Belfast, Northern Ireland 2006/07 93 (106b, 13x4, 2x6) 
55 England The Oval, England 2007/08 94 (81b, 16x4, 1x6) 
56 Pakistan Gwalior, India 2007/08 97 (102b, 16x4) 
57 Australia SCG, Australia 2007/08 117* (120b, 10x4)
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Feroze Shah Kotla ground in New Delhi on Saturday. Tendulkar cracked an unbeaten 100 for his record 35th hundred, 
the most in Test cricket, as India reached a strong 245 for three at stumps on the opening day. 

Tendulkar's seventh ton against the visitors saw him surpass former captain and compatriot Sunil Gavaskar's tally of 34 for most number of hundreds in the all-time centurions list. 

Sourav Ganguly was batting on 39 at the other end after playing the supporting role to Tendulkar to perfection.
It was also Tendulkar's 125th Test appearance, again matching Gavaskar and the second highest for an Indian. 
Only Kapil Dev had played in more Tests, 131. 

Tendulkar's innings helped India seize the initiative after skipper Rahul Dravid, suffering from illness, made a bold decision to 
open the innings in the absence of Virendra Sehwag who was down with a throat infection. Tendulkar reached his 
century with a single off Chaminda Vaas delivery. 

His three figure mark came from 177 balls after 277 minutes at the crease, and contained 13 fours and a six. Tendulkar was somewhat circumspect in the initial phase of his innings and had to endure a testing spell of reverse swing bowling 
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Tendulkar's new home
Sachin Tendulkar's long-cherished dream of having his own dream home finally seems to have realised. The ace batsman purchased an old villa near Carter Road, Bandra West, in suburban Mumbai.
Tendulkar's new home According to reports, Tendulkar purchased Dorab Villa from its owners, the Satra Group, for around Rs 35 crore. 

"We sold Dorab Villa to Sachin Tendulkar in December," Dr Vijay Satra, brother of managing director Praful Satra, who had purchased the property, told a Mumbai newspaper.

Dorab Villa was built in the 1920s and originally occupied by a Parsi family -- the Wardens. It is a one storey structure, measuring around 9,000 square feet, but the property is spread over around 10,000 square feet.

Tendulkar spent all of his growing up years at Sahitya Sahawas in Bandra East before shifting to the plush La Mer building in Bandra West in 2001.

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