Tag Archives: Tendulkar

Tendulkar praises fighter Dravid

Indian batting superstar Sachin Tendulkar paid glowing tribute Friday to the never-say-die attitude of team-mate Rahul Dravid, who is retiring from one-day cricket. Dravid, 38, will bow out of short format competition

Badrinath replaces Tendulkar for ODIs

Subramaniam Badrinath will replace the injured Sachin Tendulkar for the remaining four one-day internationals against England, the Indian cricket board said. Batting superstar Tendulkar, who is on the verge of an unprecedented

India sweat on Tendulkar for 2nd ODI

India are sweating on the fitness of superstar batsman Sachin Tendulkar ahead of the second one-day international against England in Southampton on Tuesday. Tendulkar missed the first one-dayer in Durham on Saturday

Strauss salutes maestro Tendulkar

England Test captain Andrew Strauss has saluted India icon Sachin Tendulkar as the legendary batsman prepares to chase his 100th international hundred in the forthcoming series between the sides. Tendulkar has notched

Tendulkar, Rayudu star in Mumbai win

Sachin Tendulkar and Ambati Rayudu hit impressive half-centuries to set up Mumbai Indians’ 23-run win over Kings XI Punjab in an Indian Premier League match on Monday. Skipper Tendulkar and Rayudu each

Tendulkar named Wisden Cricketer of Year

LONDON – Sachin Tendulkar has been named Wisden’s Cricketer of the Year for 2010, crowning a golden month for “the little master” which also saw him play a starring role in India’s World Cup triumph.
Tendulkar’s honour from the cricketing bible means India has won the accolade three years running following the back-to-back awards for Virender Sehwag in each of the previous two years.
It follows another prolific run-scoring year for the 37-year-old, who rattled off more than

Tendulkar steers Mumbai to second successive win

BANGALORE – Sachin Tendulkar once again carried his bat through in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on Tuesday as the Mumbai Indians romped to their second win in a row while Rajasthan Royals also kept up their winning run.
Mumbai Indians captain Tendulkar followed up his unbeaten 46 against Delhi Daredevils last week with a 55 not out as Mumbai chased down the 140-4 posted by Royal Challengers Bangalore with nine wickets to spare. Ambati Rayudu smashed 63 not out.