The Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar was from a Brahmin family, born in 1973, 24 April. Sachin’s father was a Maharashtran poet and Novelist. His Mother, Rajni was a Working mother; she used to work in insurance companies.
In his childhood days, Sachin stayed mostly in the east of Bandra. He spends most of his teenage life in the “Sahitya Sahawas Cooperative Housing Society.”
Sachin completed his Education at the “Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School” He was interested in Cricket from his childhood days; he dreamt of becoming a fast bowler and joined the M.R.F Pace Foundation to master his bowling skills and create a bowling career like Dennis Lille.
His Earliest Cricket Memory
His elder brother Ajit noticed Sachin’s ability to do well with the bat. He then wasted little time and professionally introduced Sachin to the cricket coaching center.
Sachin was admitted to Ramakant Achrekars Cricket coaching center. The academy was situated at Shivaji Park near Dadar Mumbai.
Ramakant was shocked by the little Sachin batting skills and convinced him to shift his schooling to Sharadashram Vidya Mandir in Dadar.
Sachin was very passionate about Cricket from his childhood days. He Spoked to his aunt and was convinced that he would stay with her and practice Cricket – (As the cricket club was near to his aunt home)
Ramakant has a huge contribution to Sachin’s career. His effort, guidance, and mental ship inspired Sachin to reach his potential.
His Recent Matches
When Sachin was 14 years old, he smashed 326 runs off 64 balls in a school match and gained Fame from all parts of the Maharashtrian Start.
The dedication and motivation for Sachin’s Cricket sport in his earliest teenage years are unattainable. He worshipped the cricket game and was treated like a God.
The Turning Point Sachin’s career was in 1988 in a first-class cricket match. Mumbai faced Gujarat in a domestic test, where Sachin scored a valuable knock of 100 Not out.
Sachin’s first Class Batting Figures made the selectors realize that the little man has exceptional batting capabilities and is fit to represent the Indian cricket team.
Sachin first International Match
Sachin Tendulkar represented India and played his first test International match against Pakistan In Karachi.
Sachin was the youngest cricketer who represented the Indian cricket team at 16.
The first match was chaos for the teenager. He was facing the Pakistan fast bowler Waqar Younis.
Waqar bowled several bouncers and hurt Sachin Tendulkar in the body. Everybody was like, how a little boy can play, ‘He is only Sixteen’ send him out of the stadium or he’ll die . But the little master never gave up; he stood with his side and contributed with 15 runs of 24 balls.
He scored two classy boundaries and shocked the entire World, nobody was expecting such dedication and motivation from the teenager, but Sachin Tendulkar proved to be the greatest of all time from day one – in the cricketing field.
Sachin gained Fame, success love from all parts of the World after representing the Indian cricket team and playing his first international test match with such high dedication and sportsmanship.
The 2011 World Cup
Sachin evolves to be the greatest batsman of all time. The first batsman in Cricket scored 34000 runs with 100 centuries in all forms of international Cricket. His only dream most was now winning the 2011 world cup in India.
Ultimately, Dhoni finishes the game in style, India wins the massive 2011 world cup after 28 years, after 1983. People all over the World celebrated, and it was a moment of festival for all cricket fans and Indians in the World.
After two continuous failures in the 2003 and 2007 50 over world cup! Sachin got his first World Cup victory. Sachin gave it all in the 2011 world cup, the highest run-getter with 482 runs at an average of 50.55 in the whole tournament.
Sachin cant stop his tears after India defeats Sri Lanka in the 2011 world cup final. After all the build-up and hard work from the past years, Sachin gained the 2011 world cup trophy.
His Overall Achievements
He receives several awards for his major contribution:
- Arjuna Award in 1994
- Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award in 1998
- Padma Shri in 1999
- Maharashtra Bhushan Award in 2001
- Padma Vibusan in 2008
- 1997 Wisden Cricketer of the year
- 2003 World Cup – Player of the Tournament
- 2010 Cricketer of the Year
- 2011 BCCI Cricketer of the Year
Sachin Carrier Final Stop
Sachin Tendulkar retires in the year 2017, 16 November. It was a long and impactful career of the little master. Sachin is still known as the God of Cricket.
Sachin’s last game was against the West Indies in his 200th test match, and he said goodbye to his cricketing career.