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  1. Sachin Tendulkar – A Living Legend A Project by : SahilSonalkar Class : 5, Div : F

  2. Sachin and his Family • Date of Birth : 24th April’ 1973 in Bombay (now Mumbai) • Father: Ramesh Tendulkar - Marathi novelist, Mother – insurance agent. • Three siblings : Ajit, Nitin, and sister Savitai. • Married to :Anjali, a pediatrician • Two children: Daughter – Sara and Son - Arjun

  3. Sachin’s early years of cricket School: Sharadashram Vidyamandir where he began his cricketing career Coach and mentor : Ramakant Achrekar. First professional camp : MRF Pace Foundation to train as a fast bowler Chief coach Dennis Lillee was unimpressed with his bowling and suggested that he focus on his batting instead. Achrekar would put a coin on the top of the stumps, and the bowler who dismissed Tendulkar would win the coin. If Tendulkar passed the whole session without getting dismissed, the coach would give him the coin. Tendulkar now considers the 13 coins he won then as some of his most prized possessions. First cricket camp: Mentor and coach :

  4. Ten Most Unbreakable records of the Master 10) Most Number of Half-Centuries (ODI and Test) = 96 + 65 = 196 1) Highest Run Scorer (ODI and Test) : 15,470+ and 18,374+ = 33,844+ 9) Most Number of Stadium Appearances : 90+ 2) Most Number of Centuries : 100 and Counting 8) Most Number of Years in an International Sport - 23+ 3) Most Number of Matches Played (Test and ODI) : 188+ and 462+ = 650 7) Highest Run Scorer in World Cup : 2278 Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar added another feather to his already crowded cap as he was conferred the membership of the Order of Australia, an honour “rarely” awarded to non-Australians 4) Highest ODI Partnership : 331 with RahulDravid 6) Most Number of Fours (Test, ODI and T20) : 4013 and Counting 5) Most Number of Man of the Series and Man of the Match in ODI : 16 and 62

  5. Sachin’s Career Statistics and Timeline A timeline of Sachin Tendulkar's major achievements in a career spanning over two decades so far.1989: A 16-year-old Tendulkar makes his Test debut against Pakistan - scores two half-centuries in six innings.1990: Tendulkar notches up his maiden Test century (119 not out) against England at Old Trafford.1993: Scores his first Test century (165) in India at Chennai during the home series against England.1994: Scores his first ODI hundred in his 79th match during the Singer Cup against Australia at Colombo.1996: Piles up 523 runs, including two centuries, in the World Cup hosted by India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Takes over the captaincy from Mohammad Azharuddin 1997: Leads India to a 4-1 victory over Pakistan at Toronto in the second edition of the Sahara Cup. Also wins the Wisden cricketer of the year award.1998: Scores an unbeaten 155 against Australia during the third Test at Chennai and helps India to a massive 179-run victory. 1988= Sachin was involved in an unbeaten partnership of 664runs with his school mate VinodKambli.

  6. Sachin’s Career Statistics and Timeline….continued 2001: Becomes the first batsman in the history of ODI cricket to score 10,000 runs. Completes his 100 wickets in ODIs.2002: Equals Sir Donald Bradman's record of 29 Test Centuries by scoring 117 vs West Indies at Port-of-Spain. In his 99th Test appearance, surpasses Bradman's record of 29 centuries scoring 193, against England at Headingly, Leeds.2003: Makes 673 runs in 11 matches in the ICC World Cup - most by any batsman in a single World Cup and wins the player of the tournament award.2004: Equals Sunil Gavaskar's world record 34 Test centuries Also becomes the first player in ODI history to win 50 Man of the Match awards.2005: Completes 10,000 runs in Test cricket in his 122nd match.2006: Sets a new world record by completing 14,000 one-day runs. Scores his 40th ODI century at Kuala Lumpur against the West Indies during a tri-series competition also including Australia.2007: Plays his 400th one-day international. 2008: During the CB series involving Australia, India and Sri Lanka, Tendulkar becomes the first batsman to go past 16,000 runs in ODIs.2009: Becomes the first batsman to aggregate 17,000 ODI runs during his innings of 175 against Australia at Hyderabad. 2010: Becomes the first batsman to score an ODI double-century before becoming the most capped player in Test cricket, surpassing Steve Waugh's tally of 168 Tests.2011: Becomes the most capped player in ODIs with the World Cup opening game against Bangladesh, surpassing Sanath Jayasuriya's tally of 444 matches.2011: Plays a big role in India's World Cup triumph. He was the highest run-getter for India with 482 runs. 2012: Scores his 100th international century in the Asia Cup match against Bangladesh. He scored 114.

  7. Sachin’s Awards Other honours 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 ICC World Test XI: 2009, 2010, 2011 ICC World ODI XI: 2004, 2007, 2010 Player of the tournament in 2003 Cricket World Cup Rajiv Gandhi Awards – Sports: 2005 Wisden Cricketer of the Year: 1997. Outstanding Achievement in Sport and the Peoples Choice Award at The Asian Awards in London - October 2010 28 January 2011 -'Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year' award 'BCCI Cricketer of the Year' award on 31 May 2011 On 3 September 2010, he was made a Honorary Group captain by the Indian Air Force On 11 June 2012, he was given Wisden India Outstanding Achievement award Honorary Member of the Order of Australia, given by the Australian government on 6 November 2012 National honours Padma Vibhushan: 2008 Maharashtra Bhushan Award: 2001 Padma Shri: 1999 Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna: 1997–98 Arjuna Award: 1994.

  8. Sachin’s Major Biographies • Sachin: The Story of the World's Greatest Batsman by Gulu Ezekiel. • The A to Z of Sachin Tendulkar by Gulu Ezekiel. • Sachin Tendulkar-a definitive biography by Vaibhav Purandare. • Sachin Tendulkar – Masterful by Peter Murray, Ashish Shukla. • If Cricket is a Religion, Sachin is God by Vijay Santhanam, Shyam Balasubramanian • Master Stroke: 100 Centuries of Sachin Tendulkar by Neelima Athalye. • Dhruvtara, was launched as an audio book on Monday, 15 October 2012 to mark White Cane Day.

  9. Kind hearted Sachin • Sponsors 200 underprivileged children every year • Sponsors treatment for cancer patients • Supports the cause – Education for all

  10. 'I have seen God, he bats at no. 4 for India – Mathew Hayden Thank you