Sachin Tendulkar: The God of Cricket

Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24th April, 1973 in the area of Mumbai. His father, Sri Ramesh Tendulkar was a Marathi writer. His name was given in respect to the excellent Bengali musician Sachin Deb Burman.
Sachin has an elder brother, Ajit and another two siblings, brother Nitin and sister Savitai. Ajit Tendulkar has an excellent roll in Sachin’s being a wonderful cricketer. He helped and guided his young brother to his goal.
The family culture of the Tendulkar’s has a deep impact on Sachin. That is why he has some moral values and manages in public behavior unlike most of the modern cricketers.
Sachin Tendulkar: Childhood
Sachem’s school Sharadashram Vidyamandir performed an important role for his life as a cricketer. This school had an excellent games teacher Sri Ramakanta Achrekar, the coach and mentor of Sachin. He was skilled vigorously by Achrekar who did not falter to identify the talent of the boy.
While playing for his school team Tendulkar got the focus of the Mumbai cricket world as a future achievable star. In 1988, at the age of 15 he got the attention of all India sports media by creating an unbeaten partnership of 644 runs with his buddy Vinod Kambli which was a world record.
In 1988 at the age of 15 he played for the Mumbai Ronji Trophy Team. In his debut match against Gujrat he scored a century and thus made a record of scoring the 1st class debut century at the youngest age.
International Careersachin 100th century
Sachin played his first test match against Pakistan in Karchi in 1989 at the age of 16. He experienced one of the deadliest Pakistani bowling attacks ever. He only scored 15 and was bowled out by Waqar Younis. In the second test he scored a fifty.
In his first ODI he scored a zero bowled by, well, Waqar Younis.
Tendulkar obtained his first test century against England in 1990 at Old Trafford. The innings was highly praised because it was played in a very tough condition.
100th Century:
Tendulkar is the first batsmen in the game of cricket to score 100 international centuries. On 16th March, 2012 at Mirpur, against Bangladesh he achieved this milestone.
51 of these centuries are scored in Test matches and 49 in ODI.

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