Friday, November 20, 2009


Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar born on April 24, 1973 has been playing top-class cricket for 20 years and he's still producing blistering innings, still looking hungry, still demolishing attacks, still a prized wicket, still a proud competitor. He is the India’s proudest possession. Still he stays dangerous to all the opponents. In spite of his severe illness during his cricketing journey, he has crossed 30,000 runs in his International cricket career. He has achieved in all forms of cricket with lot of records which seems to be an impossible target for any player to beat him. Discipline, mental strength, soft hands, planning, adaptability, ability to bat in different gears and dedication are the key secrets beyond his achievement. Though I am not a die-hard fan of sachin, my great salute to him for his works and achievements and let’s wish him for the prosperous cricketing future.

The first time I put on my India cap
My first Test hundred
The counter-attacking 114 at Perth
Bowling the last over against SA in the 1993 Hero Cup
82 (off 49 balls) against NZ as opener in 1994
Winning the Titan Cup in 1996
1997 Sahara Cup win over Pakistan
Scoring 155 against Australia in the 1998 Chennai Test
1998's sandstorm hundred in Sharjah against Australia
Meeting Don Bradman in Adelaide
Beating England at Leeds, 2002
Match-winning 98 against Pakistan in the 2003 World Cup
First series win in Pakistan, 2003-04
35th Test hundred, v Sri Lanka in Delhi, 2005
Beating England in Nottingham in 2007
Beating Australia in Perth in 2008
The CB Series triumph in Australia in 2008
Going past Brian Lara's Test run tally in Mohali, 2008
Second-innings Test hundred against Englandi n Chennai, 2008
175 against Australia in Hyderabad, 2009.

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