Friday, 1 July 2011

Sachin Tendulkar Young Age Records

Milestones Of Sachin "The Genius" Tendulkar  

85 - 8612Made his debut in club cricket in the Kanga league.
86 - 8713Scored his first hundred in Bombay's schools cricket tournament.
87 - 8814Score over 1,200 runs in schools cricket, including two triple centuries. Scored 326 not out for Shardashram against St. Xavier's in the Harris Shield tournament, putting on 664 runs with Vinod Kambli, a record for any grade of cricket anywhere in the world. Voted best Junior cricketer by the BCA.
88 - 8915Scored 100 not out on debut for Bombay against Gujrat. Was the youngest ever to represent Bombay in Ranji.
89 - 9016Scored 103 not out on his Irani Trophy debut. Was selected for the tour of Pakistan and became the youngest player ever to play for India in tests at 16 years
90 - 9117Scored his maiden test century when he knocked a match saving 119 not out against England at Old Trafford. Was the second youngest to achieve this feat, after Pakistan's Mushtaq Mohammad. Scored 159 on debut in Duleep trophy for West Zone against East Zone, thus becoming the only in Indian cricket to have scoreed centuries on debut in all three major domestic tournaments - Ranji, Duleep and Irani trophies.
91 - 9218Became the first overseas player to represent Yorkshire. Voted cricketer of the year.
92 - 9319Became the youngest player in the world to crack 1,000 runs in the annals of test cricket, during the tour of RSA. Became the first and the only player in the world to score as many as five hundreds in tests before turning 20. Completes 1000 runs in One day internationals and 1000 runs in Test cricket.
93 - 9420Appointed vice-captain for the Indian team touring SL.

Sachin Tendulkar's childhood story

Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on April 24, 1973 in Mumbai, India. He went to Shradashram Vidyamandir, a high school in Mumbai, where he began his cricketing career under his coach Ramakant Achrekar. He attended the MRF Pace Foundation during his schooldays to train as a fast bowler, but Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee, who saw him training, was not much impressed and suggested that Tendulkar should focus on his batting instead. As a young boy, Tendulkar would practice for hours at the net, and was driven hard by his coach Achrekarthat the young boy would soon become one of the greats in        cricket. In the 1988 season, he scored a century in every inning that he played. In one of the inter school matches that year, he had an unbroken 664-run partnership with friend and team mate Vinod Kambli.