Sachin Tendulkar Records | Sachin Tendulkar Records in World Cup
India produced many International cricketers but Sachin Tendulkar known as little master, God of Cricket by Indian the living Legend is only one no one is like him. Sachin Tendulkar Records break many world records like 100 centuries by a player in the cricket history. Don Bradman views about little master he reminds his reign when he see Sachin in field.
Sachin Tendulkar Personal Information:
Full name: Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Born: April 24, 1973, Bombay (now Mumbai), Maharashtra
Current age: 43 years approx.
Major teams: India, Asia XI, Mumbai, Mumbai Indians, Yorkshire
Nickname: Tendlya, Little Master
Playing role: Top-order batsman
Batting style: Right-hand bat
Bowling style: Right-arm off-break, Leg-break googly
Height: 5 ft 5 in
Education: Sharadashram Vidyamandir School
Sachin Tendulkar is the former Indian cricketer and Captain as well, he is observed to be one of the greatest cricketer all time and a greatest batsman all time. Sachin Tendulkar start his career in the age of 11, but Sachin Tendulkar records debut in international cricket at the age of 16 against Pakistan in Karachi on 15 Nov 1989 and he goes on to represent Mumbai and India internationally nearly for 24 years.
Sachin Tendulkar records as the player who made 200 runs (Double century) in ODI for the first time in Cricket history, who did 100 centuries in international Cricket, Sachin Tendulkar holds the record of most runs in one day International’s and Test matches. Sachin Tendulkar records as the only man who crosses the 30,000 runs figure in international cricket.
When Sachin Tendulkar career half way gone in 2002 Wisden cricketer ranked Sachin Tendulkar as 2nd greatest batsman of world after Don Bradman and also second greatest batsman of all time after Viv Richards. Sachin Tendulkar was also the part of Indian team when they won cricket world cup in 2011, it was the first win ever in 6 world cup he was the part of just for the appearance for India. He was the player of the Tournament in 2003 which was played in South Africa. He was the only Indian cricketer all time in test world XI named for the 150th anniversary of Wisden Cricekters’ Almanack.
Sachin Tendulkar records the many titles and awards in India as well as out of the country in which the Arjuna Award in 1994 for his achievements in sports, Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna award in 1997, India’s highest sporting honour, and in 1999 & 2008 respectively he got Padma Shri and Padma Vibhushan awards these are the fourth and second highest civilian awards. After few hours of playing his final innings on 16 November 2013, Bharat Ratna award announced by the Prime Minister Office for Sachin Tendulkar records the history for his country, this is the highest civilian Award. Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy is also given to the Sachin Tendulkar in 2010 as for the cricketer of the year in ICC awards. Sachin Tendulkar was also select for the Rajya Sabha the upper house of Indian parliament. He is also the first person and the sports personality ever in India who is selected for the honorary rank of Group Captain by Indian Air Force. He was also named for the honorary Member of the order of Australia in 2012.
In December 2012 Sachin Tendulkar retire from the ODI cricket, he is retire from the T20 cricket in October 2013 and announce subsequently his retirement from all forms of the cricket, retire on 16 November 2013 after completing his double century of test matches against west indies in Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium. Tendulkar played total 664 international matches and did 34,357 runs most by any cricketer.
Some of Sachin Tendulkar Records
1. Most number of Test runs – 15,921
2. Most number of ODI runs – 18,426
3. Most number of Tests played – 200
4. Most number of ODIs played – 463
5. First batsman to score a double hundred in ODIs. First and the only cricketer in history to have scored 100 international centuries
6. Most number of Test centuries – 51
7. Most number of ODI tons – 49
8. Most ODI half centuries – 96
9. Only batsman to have scored centuries on Ranji Trophy, Duleep Trophy and Irani Trophy debuts
10. Most number of runs (2,278) in World Cup history and joint highest (with Pakistan Javed Miandand) World Cup appearances (6 editions)
11. Most number of centuries in World Cup history – 6
12. First overseas cricketer to play for Yorkshire county in England
13. Most 90s in Tests – 10 (Joint with Steve Waugh and Rahul Dravid)
14. Most fifties in Tests – 68 (50+ scores – 119)
15. Most fours in Tests – 2,058 plus
16. Fastest to 10,000 runs in Tests (195 innings – joint with Brian Lara and Kumar Sangakkara)
17. Fastest to 14,000 runs in Tests – 279 innings
18. Fastest to 15,000 runs in Tests – 300
19. Most ODI runs in a calendar year – 1,894 in 1998 (9 hundreds, 7 fifties)
20. Most runs in a single edition of World Cup – 673 in 2003
21. Most ODI hundreds in a calendar year – 9 in 1998
22. Most ODI hundreds against a team – 9 Vs Australia
23. Most 90s in ODIs – 18 24. First man to score 10,000 ODI runs
25. Fastest to 10,000 ODI runs – 259 innings
26. Fastest to 11,000 ODI runs – 276
27. Fastest to 12,000 ODI runs – 300
28. Fastest to 13,000 ODI runs – 321
29. Fastest to 14,000 ODI runs – 350
30. Fastest to 15,000 ODI runs – 377
31. First and the only batsman so far to score 15,000 ODI runs (also corresponding 16,000, 17,000 and 18,000 runs record holder). The second highest after Tendulkar’s tally is 14,234 by Sangakkara
32. Highest partnerhip for India for any wicket – 331 with Rahul Dravid (Vs New Zealand in 1999). This is overall second highest in ODI history
33. Highest partnership by a pair in ODIs – 8,227 runs – Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly (26 hundreds, 29 fifties in 179 innings) – Highest – 258
34. Most hundred partnerships by a pair in ODIs – Tendulkar and Ganguly – 26
35. Overall highest partnership by openers in ODIs – Tendulkar and Ganguly – 6,609 in 136 innings (21 hundreds and 23 fifties)
36. Highest partnership by a pair in Tests – 6,920 runs – Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid (20 hundreds, 29 fifties in 143 innings)
37. Most hundred partnerships by a pair in Tests – Tendulkar and Dravid – 20 38. Most consecutive ODI matches played – 185
39. India’s youngest ODI captain at 23 years and 126 days (Vs Sri Lanka in 1996)
40. Most Man-of-the-match awards won in ODIs – 62
41. Most Man-of-the-series awards won in ODIs – 15
42. Sachin Tendulkar Records Youngest Indian player to feature in Tests and ODIs – Test – At the age of 16 years and 205 days (Vs Pakistan in Karachi in November 1989) ODI – 16 years and 238 days (Vs Pakistan in Gujranwala in December 1989)
100th international century
Sachin Tendulkar record a single player who did 100 centuries in his career, 100th century was most waited century on 16 March 2012, at Mirpur against Bangladesh in Asia Cup. And a fact is that it was a first century against Bangladesh in One Day International. He said “It’s been a tough phase for me … I was not thinking about the milestone, the media started all this, wherever I went, the restaurant, room service, and everyone was talking about the 100th hundred. Nobody talked about my 99 hundreds. It became mentally tough for me because nobody talked about my 99 hundreds.”
Despite all of this century, India failed to win the match against Bangladesh, losing by 5 wickets.
Because of poor performance in 2012 against England Sachin Tendulkar announce his retirement on 23 December 2012 from One Day International.
Sachin plays a lone Twenty20 International in South Africa; he said that he will not play Twenty20 International anymore. He announce his retirement from IPL when his team Mumbai Indians beat Chennai Super Kings by 23 runs at Eden Gardens cricket stadium in Kolkata on 26 May 2013, after win the Pepsi Indian Premier League 2013. He retire from International Twenty20 cricket and from limited over cricket after playing champion league Twenty20 2013 in September-October 2013 in India from Mumbai Indians.
10 Oct 2013 Sachin Tendulkar announce that he is going to retire from all formats of cricket after two match test series against West Indies in November. BCCI confirmed that venues of two test matches Kolkata and Mumbai, Tendulkar wants to play his farewell match at his home ground Mumbai so Mumbai was selected on his demand. He scored 74 runs in his last test innings against West Indies, he just 79 runs behind of 16000 runs in test cricket. The cricket association of Bangal and Mumbai cricket association organize events to make his retirement memorable and pointed out. Many International and National celebrities from Cricket, Politics, Bollywood and other fields spoke about Sachin in a day long Salaam Sachin Conclave organized by India Tpday.
In July 2014, he captained the MCC side in the Bicentenary Celebration match at Lord’s. In December 2014, he was announced ambassador of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 event. It is his second term as he has already held the ambassador of the previous ICC Cricket world cup 2011. So he is heading the ambassador position of the ICC Cricket world cup in consecutive terms of the cricket world cup (2011 and 2015).
Sachin Tendulkar Record in National honors:
1994 – Arjuna Award, by the Government of India in recognition of his outstanding achievement in sports.
1997–98 – Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, India’s highest honour given for achievement in sports.
1999 –Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award.
2001 –Maharashtra Bhushan Award, Maharashtra State’s highest Civilian Award.
2008 –Padma Vibhushan, India’s second highest civilian award.
2014 –Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian award.
Sachin Tendulkar Record in Other Honors:
1997– Wisden Cricketer of the Year.
2002 –In commemorating Tendulkar’s feat of equalling Don Bradman’s 29 centuries in Test Cricket, automotive company Ferrari invited him to its paddock in Silverstone on the eve of the British Grand Prix on 23 July, to receive a Ferrari 360 Modena from the F1 world champion Michael Schumacher.
2003 –Player of the tournament in 2003 Cricket World Cup.
2004, 2007, 2010–ICC World ODI XI.
2009, 2010, 2011 –ICC World Test XI.
2010 – Outstanding Achievement in Sport and the Peoples Choice Award at The Asian Awards in London.
2010 – Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World.
2010 – ICC Award-Sir Garfield Sobers trophy for cricketer of the year.
2010 – LG People’s Choice Award.
2010 – Made an Honorary group captain by the Indian Air Force.
2011 – BCCI Cricketer of the Year award.
2011 – Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year award.
2012 – Wisden India Outstanding Achievement award.
2012 – Honorary Life Membership of Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG)
2012 – Honorary Member of the Order of Australia, given by the Australian government.
2013 – Indian Postal Service released a stamp of Tendulkar and he became the second Indian after Mother Teresa to have such stamp released in their lifetime.
Awards from the media:
In August 2003, he was voted as the “Greatest Sportsman” of the country in the sport personalities category in the Best of India poll conducted by Zee News.
In November 2006, Time magazine named him as one of the Asian Heroes.
In December 2006, he was named “Sports Person of the Year”
In June 2009, Time magazine included his test debut in “Top 10 Sporting Moments”.
In 2010, he was voted as one of the world’s 100 most influential people in “The 2010 TIME 100” poll conducted by Time magazine.
The current India Poised campaign run by The Times of India has nominated him as the “Face of New India” next to the likes of Amartya Sen and Mahatma Gandhi.
In February 2010, he was declared “Sports Icon of the Year for 21 years” at the NDTV Indian of the Year Awards.
Sachin Tendulkar Records history and his career not as short as my knowledge he is the leader of the cricket. No Doubt Sachin Tendulkar is also role model for future Indian National Cricketers as well as for International Cricketers.