Sachin Tendulkar


Tendulkar raises awareness for brain development in Kathmandu

Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was here on a three-day trip to raise awareness for the UNICEF Nepal's 'Bat for Brain Development' campaign. A UNICEF ambassador, Tendulkar engaged in a game of cricket with the Nepal women's team, visited the famous Pashupati Temple and met the Prime Minister of Nepal, KP Sharma Oli, during his ... More

Gavaskar reveals incident that made him believe Sachin Tendulkar was destined for greatness

Exactly 30 years ago, on 15 November 1989, Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar made his debut against Pakistan in Karachi. He could score just 15 runs in his first innings and it was the only time he got to bat as match ended in a draw. Since then, the ‘Master Blaster’ has broken almost every batting record and etched his name in history ... More

There are very few world-class fast bowlers in Test Cricket right now, feels Sachin Tendulkar

A dearth of quality pace bowlers has all but put an end to the iconic duels which once added to the charm of Test cricket, said the iconic Sachin Tendulkar, who is worried about the traditional format's health. A Sunil Gavaskar vs Andy Roberts or a Dennis Lillee vs Imran Khan was worth the wait during the 1970s and '80s. Similarly, a ... More

Sachin Tendulkar impressed by installation at Bengal’s Chandannagar paying tribute to IAF

The festive season continues in West Bengal with the state recently celebrating Jagadhatri Puja, and the mesmerising lighting at Chandannagar on the occasion is well known. The ancient town, a former French colony, is known for its opulent Jagadhatri puja celebrations and mind-blowing lightwork, and this year’s setup received praise from ... More

Sachin Tendulkar suggests changes to ODI format

Sachin Tendulkar has suggested changes to One-Day International cricket, reiterating his opinion that the 50 overs per team be split into two innings of 25 overs each. The Indian batting legend believes the tweak will neutralise the toss advantage and give both teams the challenge of dealing with dew in day-night matches. Such a change, he ... More

2 innings of 25 overs per side: Sachin Tendulkar suggests remodelling ODI cricket

In 2009, Tendulkar had mooted the same idea of splitting a one-day match into four innings of 25 each in 2009. Backing his thoughts, the master blaster on Tuesday suggested a complete revamp of Indian domestic cricket tournaments like the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy, Challenger Trophy and reinventing the format of Duleep Trophy. Speaking to ... More

Split ODIs into four innings of 25 overs each: Sachin Tendulkar

As the Indian cricket board - with president Sourav Ganguly at its helm - gets ready to take a fresher look at the country's domestic circuit, batting legend Sachin Tendulkar  has some serious thoughts to share.   The maestro is convinced that rejigging of formats - particularly the 50-over version; merging of certain tournaments ... More

Ganguly Keen to Get Tendulkar to Work With Budding Cricketers

Moments after being selected as the new Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President, Sourav Ganguly had promised to make a mark in whatever time he gets in the hot seat. Having already managed to walk the talk and organise Indias first Day-Night Test match, he has now supposedly approached his former opening partner and cricket ... More

Trying To Bring Sachin Tendulkar For Day-night Test: Sourav Ganguly

BCCI President and former India skipper Sourav Ganguly is doing all he can to make the historic Eden Gardens Test a grand affair. The upcoming Test at the iconic stadium between India and Bangladesh will see both the teams make their debuts in day-night Test. While the first day-night Test was played in 2015, India were quite reluctant to ... More

Pink ball will pose challenges India need to get accustomed to: Sachin Tendulkar

The dip in viewership of Test cricket is a genuine concern but with India set to play their inaugural Day-Night Test, former India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is confident of the problem being solved. BCCI president and Tendulkar’s long-time opening partner for India Sourav Ganguly in a big move, announced that the second Test between India ... More