Tendulkar


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Tendulkar

Sachin (Ramesh). born 1973, Indian cricketer
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Tendulkar shared a throwback picture on Twitter in which he is receiving instructions from his coach and he captioned the post as, "Teachers impart not just education but also values.
"Some @bowlologist gold from the man himself - happy birthday, Damien Fleming!" Cricket Australia quipped in its tongue-in-cheek message.But the humour was lost on Tendulkar's millions of fans on the subcontinent, who seemed to either miss the joke or balk at the perceived slight on such a hallowed day.
Tendulkar cracked his 134 on April 24, which was his birthday, and the whole team celebrated the team's triumph and his birthday.
Tendulkar is the third ambassador of the Indian contingent after Abhinav Bindra appointment led to an uproar in the sports fraternity.
Tendulkar said that the verbal altercation was "inevitable," Nine MSN (http://wwos.ninemsn.com.au/article.aspx?id=8926662) reported .
Tendulkar played his 200th and final Test in India's innings-and-126-run thrashing of the West Indies in Mumbai which ended on Saturday, bringing the curtain down on the career of arguably the greatest cricketer since Sir Donald Bradman.
Tendulkar scored 74 on the second day of the second Test against West Indies at a sold-out Wankhede Stadium.
Tendulkar, 40, has played more matches, and scored more runs and centuries, than anyone else in either Test or one-day cricket, and he is the only batsman to compile 100 international hundreds.
Bristling defiance, even though he had barely started shaving, Tendulkar unfurled his maiden Test century, thwarting England's old sweats to salvage an unlikely draw.
Throughout the intervening 24 years Tendulkar, who has announced he will retire next month after his 200th Test on home soil against West Indies, has been a source of adoration in the cricketing world.
New Delhi -- Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar was the cynosure of all eyes in Rajya Sabha on Monday on the first day of the monsoon session of Indian Parliament.
MAHENDRA SINGH DHONI hopes master batsman Sachin Tendulkar will continue his Test career after yesterday's series defeat against England.