Sachin Tendulkar : Career Statistic's


Sachin Tendulkar's Career Statistics

Sachin's career statistics in One Day Internationals

BATTING M I NO Runs HS Ave SR 100 50 CT
295 287 28 11505 186* 44.42 86.83 33 56 92
1008.5 19 4997 106 47.14 5-32 3 1 57.1 4.95

Sachin's career statistics in Tests

BATTING M I NO Runs HS Ave 100 50 Ct St
98 158 15 8158 217 57.04 29 33 65 0
BOWLING O M R W Ave BBI 5 10 SR Econ
371 62 1181 27 43.74 3-10 0 0 82.4 3.18


Sachin Tendulkar has been described as a ‘Genius’. Immensely gifted and blessed with impeccable technique, Tendulkar's batting is a dream, combining timing, elegance and power. Mentally very strong, Tendulkar is best when confronted by a challenge. Despite his relative youth, Tendulkar is the most experienced player in the Indian squad.

Sachin Tendulkar made his debut when he was only 15 years plus old when he visited Pakistan with the Indian team in 1989. On November 15, 1989, Tendulkar first took the mantle of a batsman at the National Stadium at Karachi in Pakistan. All of 16 years old, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was on that fateful day, thrust into the international spotlight. He was able to score only 15 runs in his first innings before he was bowled out by fellow debutante Waqar Younis. However, he followed up his first stint on the crease with a masterful 59 runs in the first innings of the second test at Faisalabad. He also saved the match for India when he made a masterful 55 on a fast green top in the second inningss of the 4th test at Sialkot.

Since then Sachin has performed feats that border on the unimaginable in both forms of the game, scoring 29 test centuries and 33 one day tons.

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24th April 1973 in Mumbai, Maharashtra. He was a child prodigy with immense talent for the bat. He fist made cricketing headlines when he shared a brilliant 664-run unbeaten partnership with Vinod Kambli for third wicket. The game was between Sahradashram and St.Xavier’s school. Tendulkar was 326 not out and Kambli 349 not out.

When Sachin was 14 years old, he was asked by Dileep Vengsarkar, a very prolific Indian Batsman for a net with the Indian team. Sachin, right then had an average of 1,034 runs with scores of 27 not out, 125, 207 not out, 346 not out and 329 not out at his school.

Tendulkar made his first test century at Old Trafford, on August 14 1990. India was chasing a target of 408 and was reduced to 127 for five. Tendulkar blasted a masterful 119 off 189 balls in the company of Manoj Prabhakar.

Tendulkar made his first double-century in his 71st Test - against New Zealand at Ahmedabad. Sachin punished the Kiwi bowlers to the tune of 217 runs off only 344 balls. The match was a draw, however.

Tendulkar was playing his 79th one-day international, against Australia at Colombo in 1994, when he hit his first century in the shortened version of the game. His 18th century came against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo just four years later placing him at the top of the list, passing Desmond Haynes in the 100-scoring stakes. He now has 11,000 runs and also 100 wickets in one-day cricket.

On 31st March 2000, Sachin Tendulkar created history by becoming the first batsman in the history of the limited over game to score 10,000 runs at Indore, against Australia.

Immensely gifted and blessed with impeccable technique, Tendulkar's batting is a dream, combining timing, elegance and power. Mentally very strong, Tendulkar is best when confronted by a challenge, as he showed when mowing down Shane Warne in India in 1998.

His genius in cricket has been acknowledged by everyone. On his 90th Birthday, the legendary Don Bradman invited him to meet him in Australia.

Recognized as an exceptional cricketer not just in India, but the world over Sachin had a unique honor bestowed upon him when he was invited as the first overseas player in 130 years, by the Yorkshire county in England. He was all of nineteen years old and had the added burden of being the first "colored" player for the county. Undeterred, Sachin impressed all not only by his immense talent with the bat, but by his humility. Prompting Ex-Yorkshire player and self confessed Sachin fan Geoffrey Boycott to remark, "We'd have him back tomorrow if we could!"

A glittering career appears set to only shine more as Tendulkar is poised to overtake - save Donald Bradman’s monumental average of 99.96 - every batting record in the book.

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