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Updated on March 8th 2022, 2:38:01 pm

Sachin Tendulkar Profile, Stats and Records

Sachin Tendulkar is a name that every Cricket fan in the world knows of and especially the people from the 1990s and beyond. Here we look at his profile, stats and records.

After doing these articles for some of the biggest legends from Sri Lanka and Australia, it is now time to look at some of the Indian legends of the game and look at their Profile Stats and Records and we are starting with the biggest one possible in Sachin Tendulkar as there is no one else that we would rather start with and he is arguably the greatest cricketer to ever play this beautiful game and a lot of our readers would want to know some of the details so here we are.

Sachin Tendulkar is a name that every Cricket fan in the world knows of and especially the people from the 1990s and beyond as he was the poster boy for the sport during that time and the people who did not watch cricket knew who he was so he was that big of a superstar and the bowling attacks he faced from all the teams during his career was some of the best ever and yet he got all those runs and that speaks to how great he was and India was lucky that Sachin Tendulkar was born in their country. So, let’s look at the Profile Stats and Records of the Greatest Sachin Tendulkar.

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Profile :

Personal Information :

The full name of Sachin Tendulkar is Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar and he was born on 24th April 1973 in Bombay and since when he was 9 years old he was hooked into cricket and especially the 1983 World Cup win for India changed it from his passion to something he wanted to do for Life. He was very talented since a very young age and that’s the reason why he was fast tracked. He is fondly called as the Little Master or the Master Blaster by all the fans but he is called Paaji by all the players who came after him. Although he was only 5 ft 5 inches he could play shots that people over 6 ft could not and that says everything we need to know about him. He was also a very good off break as well as a leg break bowler.

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International Information :

He played for India at the top of his game for 24 years from 1989-2013 and for the entire 24 years, he was the best batter and the most famous cricketer in the world. His debut test match was against Pakistan in Pakistan on 15th November 1989 only at the age of 16 years and after dominating the game for 24 years and playing 200 test matches, he played his last test match against West Indies on 14th November 2013 thus ending a historic career. His ODI career started on 18th December 1989 against Pakistan and after 23 years and destroying every Bowler, he played his last ODI match against Pakistan on 18th March 2012.

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Records :

Most Test Matches in career (200)

Most Test Runs in career (15,921)

Most Test Hundreds in career (51)

Most nineties in Test career (10)

Fastest to 15000 Test Runs (300 Innings)

Most ODI career Matches (463)

Most Runs in ODI career (18426)

Most Runs in a single year in ODIs (1894 Runs in 1998)

Most hundreds in ODI career (49)

Most player of the series awards in International career (20 Times)

Most 50+ scores in International career (264)

Fastest to 18000 ODI Runs (440 Matches)

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