Sachin's Record in Numbers Sachin Tendulkar holds almost all the records in the history of batting. Tendulkar was given his first bat when he was 11 years of age.
No doubt Sachin Tendulkar is one of the greatest batsmen in the world. Tendulkar became the first batsman in history to cross the 34, run aggregate in all formats of Cricket on 5 December, He retired from the test cricket in at his home ground, Wankhede Stadium, in Mumbai after playing his last Test match against West Indies.
On the heels of becoming the first player to post a double century in ODI play, he was named the International Cricket Council Cricketer of the Year. Aroundpeople came to support India during the initial four days of the tournament, breaking a year-old record for aggregate Test attendance record.
His career was shaped by the efforts and guidance of his coach Ramakant Achrekar. He had a tennis elbow which made his scoring difficult for a period of time. He cemented his place in the Indian team in as he scored an unbeaten against the quick and bouncy Australian team in Sydney.
Tendulkar's family is very close, and years after he'd achieved stardom and cricket fame, he continued to live next door to his parents. Club Career He represented Yorkshire in the year scoring runs at an average of 46 in 16 first class matches.
For more than two decades, his talents and achievements were consistent that made him a giant player and also after taking the retirement he remains India's favourite son.