Born: 24 April 1973 (age 40) Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Nickname: Tendlya, Little Master, Master Blaster
Height: 5 ft 5 in (165 cm)
Batting style: Right-handed
Bowling style: Right-arm medium, leg break, off break
Tendulkar was conceived April 24, 1973 in Bombay, India. Given his first cricket bat at the age 11, tendulkar was only 16 when he got to be India's most youthful Test cricketer. In 2005 he turned into the first cricketer to score 35 centuries (100 runs in a solitary inning) in Test play. In 2007 Tendulkar arrived at an alternate significant turning point, turning into the first player to record 15,000 runs in one-day universal play.
Tendulkar made his presentation in global rivalry at 16 with a match against Pakistan in Karachi. He squandered little time matching the desires encompassing his landing on the expert field. At the age of 18 he scored a couple of hundreds of years in Australia, then in 1994 built up a score of 179 in a match against the West Indies.
Sachin Tendulkar was purchased as the symbol and most costly player for the Mumbai Indians group at the 2008 Indian Premier League (IPL) for Us$1,121,250. He was the chief of the Mumbai Indians group and emphasized in seven matches, scoring 188 runs, his most elevated being 65.
Tendulkar further improved his notoriety as a future extraordinary throughout the 1991–1992 tour of Australia held before the 1992 Cricket World Cup, that incorporated an unbeaten 148 in the third Test Sydney and 114 on a quick, bobbing contribute the last Test at Perth against a world-class pace assault involving Merv Hughes, Bruce Reid and Craig Mcdermott. Hughes remarked to Allan Border around then that "This little prick's set to get a greater number of runs than you.