Sachin Tendulkar


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin


Bats Right Hand.
Bowls Right Arm Leg-Spin








The last time Sachin Tendulkar toured Australia he received standing ovations at every ground, with audiences paying tribute to his greatness on what was surely his final tour Down Under. 

Four years later he is back and his record is even better. Now 38, Tendulkar holds a tank full of world marks that will probably never be beaten. 

His current haul of 51 Test centuries in 181 games is 11 more than Jacques Kallis, his nearest rival on 40. With 14,965 runs entering the series, he is more than 2000 ahead of Rahul Dravid and Ricky Ponting. 

He stands even further in front of his rivals in one-day internationals. This will be Tendulkar’s fifth Test tour of Australia and in 31 matches against them home and away he has 3151 runs and 11 hundreds at an average of more than 60. And he’s not finished yet.

Tendulkar turns back the clock in LA

His team may have lost all three All Stars T20 games to Shane Warne's Warriors, but Sachin Tendulkar saved his best for last with an LA half century

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Tendulkar undone by Saqlain

Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar hits three fours and two sixes before being undone by a clever piece of bowling from Saqlain Mushtaq in Houston

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Warne v Tendulkar and Lara

The greatest legspinner of all time against two of the best batsmen in history. It's Shane Warne bowling to Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara

Kohli on track to emulate Tendulkar

Virat Kohli already has 25 one-day centuries and is more than halfway to Sachin Tendulkar's mark

Arjun Tendulkar thrills with century

Eyes of the cricket world on Sachin's son after he blasts a century in junior cricket


Warne helps Warriors to All Stars win

Shane Warne hit the winning runs to complete a series triumph in the final Cricket All Stars game in Los Angeles