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Sachin Tendulkar Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar (born April 24, 1973) is an Indian cricketer, widely considered to be one of the greatest batsmen of all time. He currently holds the records for the most cumulative runs in One-Day Internationals, and the most number of centuries scored in both One-day Internationals and Test cricket. He made his international debut against Pakistan in 1989 at the age of sixteen, becoming India's youngest Test player. Although primarily a top-order batsman, Tendulkar has often proved to be a useful and effective slow bowler. He received India's highest sporting honour, the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna in the year 1997-1998 and the civilian award Padma Shri in 1999. His cricketing and batting abilities are widely regarded as genius by many stalwarts of the game. For instance, Sir Donald Bradman, the Australian great said of Sachin, "He reminds me of myself". He is affectionately known as The Little Master by his adoring fans.

Sachin's 100th 100

Sachin scores 100th international ton

Tendulkar scores 114, in India's 289/5 vs Bangladesh

Sachin Tendulkar scored his 100th international century on Friday against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup encounter at Mirpur, Dhaka. The 38-year-old completed his landmark century, his 49th in one-day cricket, in 138 balls. The right-hander, who holds the record for scoring the most Test and one-day runs, has also scored 51 Test tons.
Leading playersCountryInt'l
Tons
Test
100s
ODI
100s
Sachin TendulkarIndia1005149
Ricky PontingAustralia714130
Jacques KallisSouth Africa594217
Brian LaraWest Indies533419
Rahul DravidIndia483612
Sunil GavaskarIndia35341
Don BradmanAustralia2929-

Tendulkar's hundred hundreds

The Country-wise break-up of Sachin's 100 tons

Sachin Tendulkar finally ended his year-long wait to score an international century at the Asia Cup in Mirpur. Tendulkar, who turns 39 next month, became the first cricketer to score 100 international centuries, reaching another record in his glittering two-decade career. Since his 1989 Karachi debut against Pakistan, the 38-year-old has accumulated almost 34,000 international runs from 188 test matches, 462 one-dayers and one T20 international. However, it took Tendulkar 33 innings to move from number 99 to 100, and the ton came in a losing cause against Bangladesh who chased down India's score of 289/5 with 5 wickets and 4 balls to spare.
vsTestsODIsTotal
Australia11920
Sri Lanka9817
South Africa7512
England729
New Zealand459
Zimbabwe358
West Indies347
Pakistan257
Bangladesh516
Kenya044
Namibia011
TOTAL5149100

Sachin Tendulkar Memorabilia


Unframed and Unsigned print - 80cm x 40cm - 22 USD

As a tribute to this outstanding feat, we are proud to release a magnificent, full colour print, titled "Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar 35". ". This collage style print contains the details of all of Sachin's 35 Test Centuries, various images taken during his career and also his Record Breaking innings. Unlimited in volume, this piece has been especially created to enable Sachin fans all around the World to be able to own a little piece of this historic achievement. Unsigned and unframed, this print is a very affordable piece of cricket memorabilia.
"While every Cricketer dreams of being the best in his time, this boy dreamt a little more - of being the best there ever was. Even as a little boy playing in the park, he was introspective, quiet, critical of every century he scored, every shot he played. At 16, he debuted for India, and is today the only batsman ever to have been compared with Sir Donald Bradman universally, including by Bradman himself."

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Signed and Framed print


Signed and Framed print - 100cm x 50cm - 550 USD

During the 1st Test, Pakistan v India at Karachi in November 1989, a quiet 16 year-old named Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar made his Test debut for his beloved India.
Then, during the 2nd Test, England v India at Manchester in 1990, Sachin showed the cricket world what he was capable of, scoring his first ever Test century, he finished 119 not out after facing 189 balls.
On December 10th 2005, during the 2nd Test, India v Sri Lanka at Delhi, Sachin Tendulkar scored an amazing 109. This Test century, being the 35th of his career, saw Sachin surpass the World Test Record of 34, previously held by Indian great Sunil Gavaskar since his retirement in 1987. Facing 196 balls, Sachin displayed his true brilliance at the crease, hitting 14 fours and 1 six, until being trapped LBW by a spectacular delivery from Muralitharan.
This outstanding achievement is destined to stand for many years to come.
As a tribute to this outstanding feat, we are proud to release a limited edition of 1000 prints, titled "Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar 35". This collage style print contains the details of all of Sachin's 35 Test Centuries, various images taken during his career and also his Record Breaking innings. These prints have been elegantly framed in a quality timber and frame and Perspex glazed.
This strictly limited piece of Test Cricket history has been personally signed by Sachin and will be the only signed print released World wide to officially commemorate his World Test Record.
This product is supported by A-Tag Authentication Technology and includes an official a-Tag Certificate of Authenticity.
"While every Cricketer dreams of being the best in his time, this boy dreamt a little more - of being the best there ever was. Even as a little boy playing in the park, he was introspective, quiet, critical of every century he scored, every shot he played. At 16, he debuted for India, and is today the only batsman ever to have been compared with Sir Donald Bradman universally, including by Bradman himself."

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