Sachin Tendulkar may be one of the most brilliant players in the sport, but he struggles to liven up his memoirs.
On 16th Nov, 2013, the day Sachin Tendulkar retired from international cricket, he gave a thoughtful farewell speech at Mumbai's Wankhede Stadium. Now he tells his life story in the memoir, "Playing It My Way".
Over the weekend, I read Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography, ghost written by Prof. Boria Majumdar and published by the British publishing house Hodder & Stoughton. Before discussing the book, I ought to make my standpoint clear. I have had no interest in his personal life off the field. Show More Summary
Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, has challenged Sachin Tendulkar and all of India to participate in a Clean India campaign. The challenge could not have come on a better day than on the birthday anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi who was a strong proponent of cleanliness. Show More Summary
Disgruntled fans of the "God of cricket" are lashing out at Sharapova for admitting that she doesn't know Tendulkar is.
Maria Sharapova appears to have upset an awful lot of cricket fans by admitting she didn't know who Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar was. As per Tennis World, Sharapova was asked the following question by a journalist at Wimbledon: "Sachin Tendulkar was the other person who came in at the same time as David (Beckham). Show More Summary
It was an especially star-studded Royal Box at Wimbledon on Saturday, including recently retired cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, very likely the greatest batsman of all time. For some reason, Maria Sharapova was asked about him: Read more...
During the Carlsen – Anand match in November 2013, Sachin Tendulkar played his last cricket match (sandwiched in-between Anand’s losses in games 5 and 6, a bad set of days for Indian sports!). That prompted – by way of a … Continue reading ?
Sachin Tendulkar bid a teary-eyed farewell to cricket while contemporary Viswanathan Anand lost his world chess crown in an emotional year for Indians in sports.
Sachin Tendulkar isn't alone in bidding farewell to colleagues as, today, I enter into my final few hours as news editor for just-food. It is a bittersweet departure, however, as I am not venturing far. Only a hop, skip and a jump away,...Show More Summary
While Sachin Tendulkar’s retirement may have been looked upon as the saddest chapter in Indian cricket, the fact remains that his exit can only work to the benefit of MS Dhoni’s emerging Test side.
Catch ’em young: Chess prodigies on the riseBy Sandip G | ENS - CHENNAI Published: 20th November 2013 01:20 AM Last Updated: 20th November 2013 01:20 AM At 13, Sachin Tendulkar was just another springy kid at Ramakant Achrekar’s academy. Show More Summary
England batsman shrugs off Australian barbs on eve of 100th Test for England as series finally arrives Preview LAST UPDATED AT 08:59 ON Tue 19 Nov 2013 AMID all the recent hoo-hah surrounding the retirement of Sachin Tendulkar, another...Show More Summary
An hour before lunch on Friday, Sachin Tendulkar left a cricket field with a bat in his hand for the final time. He made no great fuss about it. The world’s most famous cricketer, and India’s favorite son, had just scored an impressive seventy-four runs. Show More Summary
FRESH back from the Commonwealth summit in Colombo this week, David Cameron can feel some pride in his performance there. Having been pilloried by human-rights activists for attending the event, he used it as an opportunity to protest against the abusive regime of President Mahinda Rajapaksa. Show More Summary
For 24 years Sachin had been India's happiness index. If a common man, while wading through the struggles of his daily life, smiled, it was mostly when Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar took guard for India. All that has come to an end with his retirement.
I think we can all agree the problem of recent times is a lack of Sachin Tendulkar articles. But this is not a Sachin Tendulkar article. Not because I couldn’t retell my story about the day I almost saw him bat at the MCG in front of 300 people, any anecdote involving him and Jesse […]
Sachin Tendulkar, the "little master," ended his career on Saturday. He's been given the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor, for being a "true ambassador" for his nation. No other sports star has been given that honor.
Social Media went abuzz with congratulatory messages as India's ace cricketer, Sachin Tendulkar retired from the game and was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian award, shortly after.
It was the sort of summer’s day that makes you glad to be alive; but we were watching the telly. We would not normally do this. If the weather was… Continue reading The post Sachin Tendulkar is among the very greatest sportsmen, but heroes are made to be surpassed appeared first on Spectator Blogs.