Sachin Tendulkar Biography, Age, wife, Records, Awards, Quotes,

 Biography of Sachin Tendulkar

Who is Sachine Tendulkar ?

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is counted among the best batsmen in the world in the history of cricket. He is the first sportsman and youngest person to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor. Rajiv Gandhi is the only cricketer to be awarded the Khel Ratna Award. In 2008, he has also been awarded Padma Vibhushan. After his debut in international cricket in 1979, he has set many records in batting.

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Age, Height

Personal Information

Name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
BirthDay 24 April 1973
Birth Place Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Nationality Indian
Occupation Cricketer
Age 47
Citizenship India
Parent's Ramesh Tendulkar and Rajni
Role Batsman
Height 1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)
He has also scored the most centuries in both Test and ODI cricket. He is the highest run-scorer in Test cricket. With this, he is the only player in the world to score more than 14000 runs in Test cricket. He also holds the record for the most runs scored in ODIs. Sachin is a great player as well as a good person. Sachin, who is called the God of cricket, has made his work abroad in the country and abroad with his hard work.

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Early life, Family

Born on 24 April 1973 in the Marathi Brahmin family of Rajapur, Sachin was named by his father Ramesh Tendulkar after his favorite musician Sachin Dev Burman. His elder brother Ajit Tendulkar encouraged him to play cricket. Sachin also has a brother Nitin Tendulkar and a sister Savitai Tendulkar. In 1959 Sachin Tendulkar was married to Anjali Tendulkar. Sachin has two children - Sara and Arjun.

Sachin received his education at Shardashram Vidyamandir. At the same time, he started his cricketing life in connection with a trainer (coach) Ramakant Achrekar. To become a fast bowler, he made MRF. Pace Foundation attended the practice program but fast bowling coach Dennis Lillee asked him to focus solely on his batting.

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Growing up in a normal family, Sachin did his education at Mumbai's Shardashram University. His brother Ajit Tendulkar identified Cricketer inside Sachin as a child and guided him properly. In cricket, 'Dronacharya' Ramakant Achrekar gave a competent education to Sachin. In the Harris Shield match, Vinod Kambli, with a personal 326 runs, made a mighty 664 runs partnership and joined the Mumbai team at the age of 15.

His father got him admitted to cricket's 'Dronacharya' Ramakant Achrekar, who nurtured Sachin's cricketing talent well. So Sachin learned M.R.F. He went to the Foundation's training camp where he was asked by fast bowling coach Dennis Lillee to pay full attention to his batting and since then Sachin has started batting.

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More About His Life, Wife

Sachin's coach Ramesh Achrekar's way of teaching Sachin was very unique. He used to place a coin of 1 rupee under the wicket at the crease. If a donkey was dismissed by Sachin, this coin would have belonged to the donkey and if Sachin had not been dismissed, it would have become Sachin's coin. Sachin won 13 such coins from his guru which is still with Sachin. In this way, Sachin's master made Sachin perfect in batting.

Sachin scored his first century of Test cricket in England tour in 1990, in which he scored an unbeaten 119, after this, in the Test matches of Australia and South Africa, Sachin's performance remained the same and he scored many Test centuries. Sachin played his first domestic Test match against England in India in 1992–93, which was the 22nd Test of his Test career. Seeing Sachin's talent and cricket technique, everyone gave him the title of Don Bradman, which was later accepted by Don Bradman himself.

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Sachin's coach Achrekar used to give Sachin training in cricket before going to school in the morning and after coming from school in the evening. Sachin was very hardworking, he used to practice continuously, when he used to get tired, he used to put 1 rupee coin in the coach stump, so that Sachin continued to play. Sachin used to play and added money. In 1988, Sachin scored the first century of his career by playing for Mumbai in a state-level match. After the first match, he was selected for the national team and after 11 months, Sachin played the international match for the first time against Pakistan, which was considered to be the most powerful team of the time.

In this series, Sachin played one-day matches for the first time. In 1990, Sachin played the first Test series in England's Half, in which he smashed 119 runs and became the second-youngest player to score a century. During the 1996 World Cup, Sachin was made the captain of the team. In 1998, Sachin relinquished the captaincy, and in 1999 he was again made the captain. During the captaincy, Sachin won only 4 out of 25 Test matches, after which Sachin never decided to captain.

Sachin is a simple person to see. He is of humble nature even after becoming very famous. He attributes his good behavior to his father. He says- "Whatever I am, I am because of my father. "They have instilled in me the qualities of simplicity and honesty. He was a teacher of Marathi literature and always used to explain that life is very much Should live seriously. When he realized that cricket was going to be a part of my life, not education, he did not mind that. He told me to play honestly and keep my level up to the best. Never be afraid of hard work."

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Apart from cricket, Sachin likes to listen to music and watch movies. Sachin considers cricket as his life and his blood. When he gets fame due to cricket, he is not able to enjoy what he does - when asked that he remembers playing cricket with a tennis ball with friends. At the age of 29 years and 134 days, Sachin Played his 100th Test against England. On 5 September 2002, the match played at the Oval made Sachin the youngest player to play the 100th Test. Sachin's cricket game started formally when he played for club cricket (Kanga League) at the age of 12.

On 23 December 2012, Sachin retired from One-Day cricket, and on 16 November 2013 in his last Test match in Mumbai, he retired from Test cricket after playing an innings of 74 runs. Tendulkar scored 15921 runs in 200 Tests with a batting average of 53.79 in his career, in which his best score was 246 * runs and the same He has 51 centuries and 68 half-centuries in his name. He took 46 wickets in Gedajaji. In the same ODI matches, Sachin scored 18426 runs in 463 matches with a batting average of 44.83, in which his best score was 200 * runs, he has 49 centuries and 96 fifties. Also.

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Cricket tour started

Achrekar started practicing Sachin before school in the morning and after school in the evening. Tendulkar practiced for four hours and whenever he was tired, Achrekar would place a rupee coin at the top of the stump to lure Sachin. After keeping the money, Achrekar would say that if he out If not, then that coin will become his and thus Sachin won 13 coins from him, which even today, Sachin considers as his most invaluable asset. To give more time to practice, Sachin decided to stay with his uncle and aunt, who lived near Shivaji Park.

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First experience of international cricket

Sachin got his first experience of international cricket when he appeared in an exhibition game as a substitute for Imran Khan's team, as it was in Mumbai as CCI's Golden Jubilee Celebration It was held at Brabourne Stadium and Sachin also practiced at this place. When the World Cup semi-final match between India and England was played in Mumbai in 1987, Sachin played the bowler in it.

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First glimpse of his talent

The year 1988 was an extraordinary season for Sachin, as he scored a century in every match that took place. In association with Sachin's former friend and team India colleague Vinod Kambli, he had an unbeaten 664 run against St. Xavier's High School in the Lords Harris Shield Interschool Competition. Tendulkar had scored 326 runs in that match and had scored over 1000 runs in that tournament. Such was Sachin's dominance That the opposition shied away from playing matches with him and that time was really painful for a bowler. The partnership of both of them remained unbreakable till the year 2006 when some under-13 batsmen participated in the match held in Hyderabad.

He says that every morning describes a new day and it was perfect for Sachin. Hard-working and hard-working, unstoppable natural talent and runs-starved young Mumbaiikar (Sachin) did exceedingly well, as he was selected in the match against Pakistan at the age of 16. And Pakistan was one of the most dangerous teams of the time, due to their strong fast bowling attack. Sachin had made a different identity from the rest of the players of that tour.

Education:

Sachin was not very good in his studies, he was a middle-class student. He got his initial education in the New English School of the Indian Education Society of Bandra. Seeing his interest in cricket, he was asked at the behest of his cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar. Admitted to Mumbai's Dadar's Sharadashram Vidya Mandir. He went to Khalsa College in Mumbai for higher education, then he stopped his studies in the middle and made cricket his place.

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Love life and marriage life

His wife's name is Anjali Tendulkar, Anjali is a pediatrician and daughter of famous industrialist Ashok Mehta. Sachin's nature is a bit shy, so he never talked about his love story much in front of the media. The first meeting took place at Mumbai Airport and then they met again with a friend, who knew both of them, then the conversation of both of them started. Anjali is a medical student, she was not interested in cricket. Didn't know that Sachin Is a cricketer. When Indono began to meet, Anjali started to get interested in cricket. When these two met each other, Anjali was practicing in her medical career and Sachin's cricket journey began. 

Sachin had made an identity of his own and now it was not so easy to meet these two, because wherever they used to go, Sachin's fen used to surround them. Once both of them thought of going to the "Roja" movie with some friends, but due to fear of their fans in the cinema hall, Sachin went to the theater with a fake beard, but his fans recognized him and surrounded him and took autographs. Began Anjali says that when Sachin was on an international tour, he used to write a love letter to Sachin to talk to Sachin and save his international phone bill.

Their relationship lasted for 5 years, after which they decided to get married, they were married in twenty-four May Unniso Pinchaivaye. After 2 years of marriage, on October 12, 1997, a daughter was born in his house, which he named Sara Tendulkar. After 2 years, a son was born in his house, named Arjun and his family was complete. After the children, Anjali had to stop her career in the middle, she paid all the attention to her Put it in the upbringing of children. She has said in one of her interviews that she is not sad to leave her career, she likes to give time to her husband and children, and has done the duty of a perfect mother and wife and established a successful married life.

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Records

World record:

1) 100th century against Bangladesh in Mirpur.

2) Became the first player to score a double century in the history of one-day international cricket.

3) He scored the most (more than 14000) runs in ODI International.

4) In the ODI International match, he scored the maximum number of 98 centuries.

5) Highest run in one-day International World Cup matches.

6) Sachin Tendulkar has the most (51) century in Test cricket

7) Becoming the first batsman to complete 17 thousand runs in one-day international cricket in an innings of 165 runs on 5 November 2009 against Australia.

8) Sachin Tendulkar's record of highest runs in Test cricket.

9) Sachin Tendulkar, the first batsman in the world to score 13,000 runs in Test cricket.

10) Most man of the series in ODI international match.

11) Highest man of the match in ODI international match.

12) Record the highest 30000 runs in international matches.

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The interesting fact about Sachin:

As a child, Sachin wanted to become a fast bowler.

• Sachin became a ball boy in the 1987 match between India and Zimbabwe.

• Fielding of Pakistan in a match in Sachin. Yes, you heard it right, Sachin fielding for Pakistan in a practice match in Brabourne Stadium in 1979.

• In his first match in Pakistan, Sachin wore a pad with Sunil Gavaskar.

Sachin plays directly with the hand but uses the inverted hand to write.

• Sachin has received Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, Arjuna Award, and Padma Shri and Bharat Ratna Awards.

• Sachin has a habit of walking and speaking in his sleep.

• Sachin also got a bottle of champagne in 1990 when he got the Man of the Match. But they were not allowed to open it because they were under 18 years of age.