Sachin Tendulkar’s Biography
Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is born on April 24, 1973 in Mumbai, India. It was Shradashram Vidyamandir, a school in Mumbai, where he began his career with the cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar. He attended the MRF pace foundation for your school to train as a fast player, but fast Australian player Dennis Lillee, who saw the training was not very impressed and suggested that Tendulkar should concentrate on his club instead. As a child, Tendulkar practiced for hours on the network, and is driven hard by their coach Achrekar.
During his studies, his extraordinary batting skill was noticed by the sports circuit. People felt that the child will soon become one of the largest in the cricket. In the 1988 season, he scored a century in all rounds played. In one of the things school games this year, had an unbroken 664-run partnership with his friend and team mate Vinod Kambli.
When he was 14, the Indian batting legend Sunil Gavaskar a large Indian drummer at the time, gave him a couple of his own block light. This touching gesture strongly encouraged the budding cricketer, who 20 years later broke the world record of centuries Gavaskar Test 34.
In 1988, when he was a bit 'less than 16, scored 100 not out in Bombay in Gujrat. This was his debut in first class. He made a century in his first appearance in Deodhar and Duleep Trophy. Mumbai captain Dilip Vengsarkar took it when he saw his line networks Kapil dev. That season, he was in Bombay High run-getter. In Irani Trophy final, made an unbeaten century. He made all three of his century, Irani Trophy, Ranji Trophy and Duleep Trophy debut and became the first player to do so. E 'tour of Pakistan was elected next year.
At a very young age of 16, Sachin played his first test match against Pakistan in Karachi in 1989. In this trial, he received several blows to his body at the hands of Waqar Younis, a pace bowler. He made only 15 runs. In the last event in Sialkot, he had a bloody nose from a bouncer, but he continued to play. He scored better in the following games, scoring 53 runs in 18 balls in Peshawar.
In 1990 he played for England in Test century at Old Trafford. England was very impressed with his maturity governed tremendous display. He played a wide range of bets. His off-side shots to the back foot a big impression in England. Although short in height, has certainly experienced a shortage of English pace bowlers. His great performance that made him seem the epitome of Gavaskar, former Indian opener famous.
In the 1991-1992 tour of Australia and Tendulkar scored an unbeaten 148 in Sydney and in the second century, that bounces in the field in Perth.
At the age of 19, Tendulkar was in England playing for Yorkshire in 1992. He scored 1070 runs at an average of 45.25 while playing for English county as the first foreign player.
During the Cricket World Cup 2003, made 873 runs in 11 games that have enabled India to reach the final. Although Australia won the trophy Tendulkar was given the man of the tournament award.
Soon after, Tendulkar developed tennis elbow and he was out of cricket for some time. But in 2005 he returned to form. He played well against Australia, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
Tendulkar performed well against Bangladesh and was awarded man of the series in the cup to come against South Africa.
Tendulkar is now a national icon to fans worldwide. He is the most worshipped cricketer in the world. Tendulkar got Padma Vibhushan, Padma Shri Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Arjuna Award, Padma Vibhushan by the Indian government.
“In 1995, Sachin married Anjali”, a doctor and his daughter Gujarati industrialist Anand Mehta. They have two children, Sara and Arjun. Now Tendulkar sponsors 200 underprivileged children every year through the Mumbai-based NGO.