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Sachin Tendulkar Biography: Life, Childhood, Career, Records and Medals

                              Sachin Tendulkar Biography: Life, Childhood, Career, Records, and Medals


                                           Sachin is a popularly known as a god of cricket and is famous for his scores, records, and humbleness he earns a lot of fame, glory in his cricket career.

                       Once  a time when Sachin was out then many people left watching the match he is a person who promotes cricket. And by the entry of the Sachin Indian cricket team get a gem. And reach a higher position in cricket.

                                   Before the entry of the Tendulkar Indian team not play well but Sachin will change the history of cricket and gives a higher recognition of the Indian team to the world. He had the highest run-scorer in cricket. Highest century in cricket he had won many medals. He is the first cricketer in India who gets Bharat Ratna award and Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award.

                           He is also a down to earth person he runs an N.G.O which full fill the needs of 200 poor children. So, this is a brief description of Sachin Tendulkar let’s explore everything about Sachin Tendulkar.  


Sachin tendulkar born place

2.,     boyhood

3.,     career 

4.,     records

5.,      medals

 Sachin tendulkar born place:- 

                                                             Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is born on 24 April 1973 in Rajpur, Bombay in the middle-class Marathi family. His father named as Ramesh Tendulkar who is a writer and professor.

              and his mother named Rajni Tendulkar who worked in an insurance company. Sachin is the son of his father’s second wife. His first wife has three children Ajay, Nitin, and Savita.

           Sahin Tendulkar’s name is placed on his father’s favorite singer Sachin dev Burman. Sachin is naughty in his childhood he loves cricket by their early age he always quarreled with their schoolmates.


                              Now Sachin enters in their boyhood age and his naughtiness increase day by day so, to reduce the naughtiness of Sachin his elder brother decides to join him cricket academy in 1984. 

               He goes to Ramakant Achrekar for their training. He is the best coach in their time but firstly Sachin would not play well and Achreker told that he will not teach him. But his brother asks him he is a shy boy that’s the reason he would not play well.  

                     So, Achreker sees him behind a tree and he plays very well and his coach agrees to give the training of cricket to him. Achreker was much more influenced by him and he sent him in Shardhaashram Vidyamndir for his studies.

                  in this school in this school Sachin took the admission and know much more about cricket and play with the team, he was daily practice cricket in the evening under the supervision of Achreker.

In their practice session, his coach put a coin on the stump and says if anyone out him then he would get this coin. Sachin told us that he would keep thirteen coins to him he feels always inspired by seeing this coin Sachin played cricket for his school and with the passage of time he also, play cricket for famous clubs in Mumbai city.

                  In the beginning,  he was interested to be trained in bowling. In the age of fourteen years, he goes to Madras in MRF pace foundation where Australian coach gives training but his coach suggest him that he would make his career in bating because he do bating better than bowling.
        after some months there was a distribution of best junior cricket award and he would think that he get it easily but he can’t win this prize and he was so, sad at this moment but this time Sunil Gavaskar who was the player of the Indian team give him his pad that will motivate him.

                 On 14 Nov 1987, he was selected to play for Ranji trophy domestic first-class cricket in Mumbai but he was not playing and used only in replacement fielder.


                             In the age of 16 years he was selected to play cricket for Indian team his selection credit is given to Raj Singh Dungarpur.

He plays his first match in Karachi against Pakistan in this match, he scored 15 runs against Pakistan one of the famous incidents shared by him in this series one time came when a ball hit his nose and he was badly injured but he will not leave his spirit and play the match and in this the match he made 54 runs.

                          In 1992-93 he plays his first domestic test match in India against England Tendulkar’s performance was very good against Australia and South Africa, he gives new principles to the cricket and changes the history of cricket and rose the high position at very short-age and made unbreakable records and made many records which were firstly made by him like he was the first player who made 200 runs in the cricket history


                             in his cricket career, Sachin made many records had won many medals.

Sachin had a world record of 100 centuries in International cricket career. they have51 test centuries and 49 one day international centuries.

He was the first player who made a double century.

He plays the highest one-day international cricket.

He holds 19 guineas world records.

He was the first player who makes a century in his first match.


                 In 1997-98 he was reputed by Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award.

In 1999 Sachin was reputed by Padam  Shri Award.

In 2008 he was reputed by Padam vibhushan.

In 2013 Indian post office issue the stamp on the name of Sachin Tendulkar.

In 2014 he was the first Indian cricket player who was reputed by India’s highest civilian award of the Republic of India.

On 23 December 2012, he announced his retirement from one day cricket match.

And on November 16, 2013, at his home ground at the Wankhede stadium, he plays his last match and takes retirement from cricket.

So this is the life of Sachin Tendulkar if you have any query then contact us or comment below down.


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