Sachin Tendulkar Biography
Sachin Tendulkar was born at Nirmal nursing home in Dadar, Bombay, on 24 April 1973 to a Maharashtrian family. His father, Ramesh Tendulkar, was a well-known Marathi novelist & poet, and his mother Rajni worked in the insurance industry, Ramesh Tendulkar named his imaginary child after his favorite music director Sachin Dev Burman. Tendulkar spent his early years in Sahitya Saha was a cooperative housing society in Bandra, he was introduced to cricket at his young age of 11 in 1984 by his elder brother Ajit Tendulkar. Who introduces him to Ramakant Achrekar, a famous cricket coach and a reputed club cricketer at Shivaji Park.
When Sachin could not give him, but at his first meeting with Achrekar, it was a big blow but was not over yet. Ajit requested the coach not to observe Tendulkar but to watch him while hiding behind a tree. This time the legendary journey had taken off Sachin played his natural game and was accepted at Achrekar’s academy, Achrekar was impressed with Tendulkar’s talent and so advised him to shift his schooling to Sharada Arsham vidya mandir high school which had dominant cricket team and had produced many notable cricketers now. He was coached under the guidance of Acherekar at Shivaji park in morning & evening Tendulkar would practice for hours in the nets if he became exhausted, Acherekar would put a one-rupee coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would be the winner of that coin and if Tendulkar played the whole session without sitting dismissed the coin was given to Sachin. The lighting of a star had begun as Sachin had won the amount 13 coins and considered it as one of meet valuable.
The story would be totally different if Dennis Lilee, the Australian fast bowler, was unimpressed when Sachin in 1987 at the age of 14 joined the MRF pace foundation to train as a fast bowler and suggested Sachin to focus on his batting instead. Once in the same year, he could not achieve the Bombay cricket association best junior cricket award but instead was consoled not too disheartened by Sunil Gavaskar, the former Indian batsman who gave him a pair of his own ultra-lite pads. It was only twenty years later that Tendulkar surpassed the Gavaskar’s world record of 34 test centuries. Tendulkar says Gavaskar consolidation 20 years ago was the greatest source of encouragement for him.
One of the inning which attracted every eye on Tendulkar was against ST. xavier’s high school in 1988 when he and his teammate Vinod Kambli were involved in an unbroken 664 run partnership in a lord Harrish shield intern school game. This destructive pair made a bowler in tears and rest of the opposition unwilling to continue the game. It was just the beginning there was a lot more to come he had fabulous domestic carrier and is the only player to score a century on debut in all three of his domestic first-class tournaments (the Ranji, Irani, and Duleep trophies) he focused eyes of veterans of those time, and it was only in 1989 that Sachin got the chance for his international debut against Pakistan.
Although he had been shown interest by the selection committee for the West Indies tour eventually, he was not picked due to the committee’s fear of the dominant fast bowler of West Indies. Tendulkar made his test debut against Pakistan in Karachi in November 1989, aged 16 years 205 days, becoming the youngest one to do so.
And we know about the rest of his International carrier. It can be imagined by his mountainous records, such as. The first man to complete his hundredth hundred. The most runs in Odissa tests.
The man with the highest number to complete a double century in ODI. It’s much and more else.
Being called the little master, he was ranked the 2nd greatest batsman in ODI after Viv Richards and the same in the test cricket behind Don Bradman by the wisdom cricketers. Almanack, in 2002.
Sachin Tendulkar Biography
Some Achievements of Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar achievements list
- He was the man of tournament at the 2003 world cup.
- As he was the only Indian cricketer to be named in on all-time test world XI by the wisdom cricketers Almanack to mark the ISO anniversary of itself.
- Tendulkar received the Arjuna Award in 1994.
- The Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 1997 India’s highest honor in sports also the
- Padma Shri and Padma Vibhushan award in 1999 and 2008 respectively
- the fourth & 2nd highest civilian award of India and on 16 November 2013, whom he played his last match.
- The Prime minister’s office announced the decision to award him Bharat Ratna, India’s highest honor for civilians, and he became the youngest Indian and the first-ever sportsman to achieve it.
- He had also won the sir Harfield lobes trophy for cricketer of the year at ICC award in 2010.
- As in 2010, Time magazine included Sachin in its annual time 100 list marking as one of the most influential people in the World.
- In 2012, he was nominated to the Rajya Sabha when the house of the parliament.
Such vast achievements and the simplicity, humanity marks him one of the greatest of all time and God of cricket. Tendulkar retired from ODI’s & T20 cricket in Oct 2013 and subsequently from all the forms of cricket on 16 November 2013. After play in his 200th test match against the West Indies. In Mumbai’s Wankhede stadium. It was one of the saddest moments or millions & billions as the maters magic was not yet to be carried the man by watching when the people had grown up cricket in India would not make someone cheer, fall in his love with his shorts, action and magical innings anymore.
Although he had lots of bad times like everyone. Either that be in the days of his Captaincy or decision to drop Captaincy is the proof. But he is the man to choose one of the best Captain of the Indian team that we know today Ms. Dhoni, as Sachin advised the management to allow Dhoni to captain the Indian team. And we know the rest. It was just after that Indian won 2007 world T20 under Ms Dhoni and assured now right was Sachin. We can say the decision of GOD is never wrong, which can be seen later in 2013, too, that Sachin enthroned Rohit Sharma for the Captaincy of Mumbai Indians, and we know how successful captain Rohit is the only Captain to love won four and highest IPL trophies.
He is changing his carrier even as a batsman.
10 lines on Sachin Tendulkar
- Sachin Tendulkar is regarded as the ‘God of Cricket’ not only in India but also in many other countries.
- The man who made a lot of Indians learn to love and worship their job as Sachin Tendulkar. One of the biggest reasons Indian cricket marked.
- The first man to complete his hundredth hundred
- Its impact in world cricket making its permanent stability among big nations.
- The reason for the popularity of cricket in Indian society and changing entertainment to emotions was Sachin Tendulkar.
- He proved how a person could hope for thousands and crores; he may be the man of cricket, but there is a lot to learn with him in one’s life.
- He is one of the best examples and greatest inspiration for someone to learn how humanity remains unaffected even after achieving the biggest honor in a field, which credited him to be the God of cricket.
- Tendulkar is the man of achievement he has not only achieved a lot of prizes honor & records in cricket but most importantly, he has achieved the loving support and heart of crores.
- Achievements and the simplicity, humanity of Sachin Tendulkar mark him one of the greatest of all time and God of cricket
- The best action even was over as he retired from cricket but never from those millions of hearts which always beat in love Sachin achievement & his the Everest of 5 feet 5inch.
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