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and 285 weeks overall. As of 28 November 2011, he is ranked World
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Sachin Tendulkar 's Life

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is an Indian
cricketer. He holds several batting records,
including the most Test centuries and the most one-day
international centuries, and was rated in 2002 by Wisden
as the second greatest Test batsman ever, after Sir Don
Bradman[1]. Born in Mumbai (then Bombay) into a middle-class family,
Sachin Tendulkar was named after his family’s favourite music
director Sachin Dev Burman. He went to Sharadashram
Vidyamandir School where he started his cricketing career
under coach Ramakant Achrekar. While at school, he was
involved in a mammoth 664 run partnership in a Harris Shield
game with friend and team mate Vinod Kambli. In 1988/1989,
he scored 100 not-out in his first first-class match, for Bombay
against Gujarat. At 15 years and 232 days he was the
youngest to score a century on debut.

Sachin Tendulkar Bio Information:-

Full name : Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Born :Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra

Date of barth :April 24, 1973,

Nickname :Tendlya, Little Master

Playing role :Top-order batsman

Batting style :Right-hand bat

Bowling style :Right-arm offbreak, Legbreak googly

Height :5 ft 5 in


Personal information:

Name :Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Born :7 July 1981 (age 30)

Born Place :Ranchi, Bihar (now in Jharkhand), India

Nickname :Mahi

Height :5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)

Batting style :Right-hand batsman

Bowling style :Right-hand medium

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is an Indian cricketer and the current captain of the Indian national cricket team. He made his One Day International (ODI) debut in December 2004 against Bangladesh, and a year later played his first Test, this time against Sri Lanka.

Under his captaincy, India won the 2007 ICC World T20, CB Series of 2007–08, the Border-Gavaskar Trophy in 2008 and 2010 against Australia 2–0 and 2011 World Cup. His Test, ODI record is best among all the Indian captains to date. He also captained Chennai Super Kings to victory in the recent 2011 IPL and in the Champions League. He is now captain of India in all three forms of the game and also led the team to their first ever bilateral ODI series wins in Sri Lanka and New Zealand. Under Dhoni's captaincy India became the first team after a gap of more than 20 years to whitewash Australia in a Test series. Dhoni also led the Indian team to the number one position in ICC rankings in Test cricket for the first time. Dhoni has also been the recipient of many awards including the ICC ODI Player of the Year award in 2008 and 2009 (the first Indian player to achieve this feat), the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award and the Padma Shri, India's fourth highest civilian honour in 2009. In 2009 Dhoni topped the list of world’s top 10 earning cricketers compiled by Forbes.[1] He was named as the captain of ICC World Test and ICC ODI teams for 2009. In the final of the 2011 Cricket World Cup, he hit 91 not out of just 79 balls to lead India to victory. For his outstanding batting in the final, he was awarded as the man of the match. The TIME magazine added him in its "Time 100" list of 100 most influential people of 2011.[2] According to the SportsPro magazine Dhoni is 10th most valuable brand in field of sports worldwide and number 1 among all Asian superstars.

International information of Dhoni:
(National side India)

Test debut (cap 251) :2 December 2005 v Sri Lanka

Last Test :17 November 2011 v West Indies

ODI debut (cap 158) :23 December 2004 v Bangladesh

Last ODI :25 October 2011 v England

T20I debut (cap 2) :1 December 2006 v South Africa

Last T20I :29 October 2011 v England

Career statistics of Mahi:

Competition Test :ODI FC LA

Matches 62 :196 103 253

Runs scored :3,242 6,497 5,404 8,500

Batting average :37.69 51.15 36.26 50.29

100s/50s :4/23 7/43 7/37 13/54

Top score :148 183* 148 183*

Balls bowled :78 12 108 39

Wickets :0 1 0 2

Bowling average : 14.00 18.00

5 wickets in innings :

10 wickets in match :

Best bowling : 1/14 1/14

Catches/stumpings :176/26 187/61 284/45 257/76

Source: Cricinfo, 13 November 2010



Bio Information:-

Full name: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Date of birth: 24 April 1973 (age 38)

Date of place: Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra, India

Nickname: Little Master, Tendlya,[1] The God of Cricket[2]

Height: 5 ft 5 in (1.65 m)

Batting style: Right-handed

Bowling style: Right-arm leg spin, off spin, medium

International information of The God of Cricket[2]:-

Test debut (cap 187): 15 November 1989 v Pakistan

Last Test: 22 August 2011 v England

ODI debut (cap 74): 18 December 1989 v Pakistan

Last ODI: 2 April 2011 v Sri Lanka

ODI shirt no.: 10

Only T20I: 1 December 2006 v South Africa

Career statistics of Sachin

Competition Test ODI FC LA

Matches 182 453 285 540

Runs scored 15,048 18,111 23,884 21,663

Batting average 56.25 45.16 59.26 45.89

100s/50s 51/62 48/95 78/107 59/113

Top score 248* 200* 248* 200*

Balls bowled 4,132 8,032 7,497 10,220

Wickets 45 154 70 201

Bowling average 53.68 44.32 61.54 42.11

5 wickets in innings 0 2 0 2

10 wickets in match 0 n/a 0 n/a

Best bowling 3/10 5/32 3/10 5/32

Catches/stumpings 108/– 136/– 176/– 171/–

Source: Cricinfo, 22 August 2011

Contents of Little Master:-

1 Early years and personal life

2 Philanthropy

3 Early domestic career

4 International caree

4.1 Early career

4.2 Rise through the ranks

4.3 Captaincy

4.4 Injuries and apparent decline

4.5 Return to old form and consistency

4.6 2007/08 tour of Australia

4.7 Home series against South Africa

4.8 Sri Lanka Series

4.9 Return to form and breaking the record

4.10 ODI and Test Series against England

4.11 2009–2010

4.12 2011 World Cup and after

5 Indian Premier League and Champions League

6 Style of play

7 Controversies

7.1 Mike Denness incident

7.2 Controversy over Ferrari import tax

8 Fan following

9 Business interests

9.1 Commercial endorsements

10 Biographies

11 Career achievements

11.1 Individual honours and appreciations

12 See also

13 References

14 Further reading

15 External links

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