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A tennis elbow injury then took its toll on Tendulkar, leaving him out of the side for most of the year, coming back only for the last two Tests when Australia toured India in Tendulkar, who was pushed to bat lower down the order had scores of 7 against Bangladesh.
In the subsequent Test series against Bangladesh, Tendulkar returned to his opening slot and was chosen as the Man of the Series. He continued by scoring 99 and 93 in the first two matches of the Future Cup against South Africa.
India defeated Sri Lanka in the final. Tendulkar scored his th international hundred on 16 March , at Mirpur against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup. He became the first person in history to achieve this feat. Following poor performance in the series against England, Tendulkar announced his retirement from One Day Internationals on 23 December On 10 October Tendulkar announced that he would retire from all cricket after the two-Test series against West Indies in November.
On his request, the BCCI arranged that the two matches were played at Kolkata and Mumbai so that the farewell happened at his home ground. He was dismissed without scoring a run, again by Waqar Younis. The series was followed by a tour of New Zealand in which he fell for 88 in the Second Test. Tendulkar further enhanced his development into a world-class batsman during the — tour of Australia that included an unbeaten in Sydney the first of many battles against Shane Warne who made his debut in the match and a century on the fast and bouncy track at Perth.
Merv Hughes famously commented to Allan Border at the time that "This little prick's going to get more runs than you, AB. On the day of the Hindu festival Holi, Tendulkar was told to open the batting at Auckland against New Zealand in He went on to make 82 runs off 49 balls.
It had taken him 79 ODIs to score a century. Tendulkar's rise continued when he was the leading run scorer at the Cricket World Cup, topping the batting averages whilst scoring two centuries. He was the only Indian batsman to perform in the infamous semi-final of that World Cup.
This was the beginning of a period at the top of the batting world, culminating in the Australian tour of India in early , with Tendulkar scoring three consecutive centuries.
These were characterized by a premeditated plan to target Australian spinners Shane Warne and Gavin Robertson, to whom he regularly charged down the pitch to drive over the infield.
This technique worked as India beat Australia.
The test match success was followed by two scintillating knocks in Sharjah where he scored two consecutive centuries in a must-win game and then in finals against Australia tormenting Shane Warne once again. Following the series Warne ruefully joked that he was having nightmares about his Indian nemesis. He also had a role with the ball in that series, including a 5 wicket haul in an ODI. Set runs to win, Australia were cruising comfortably at 3 for in the 31st over when Tendulkar turned the match for India taking wickets of Michael Bevan, Steve Waugh, Darren Lehmann, Tom Moody and Damien Martyn for just 32 runs in 10 overs.
Tendulkar single-handedly won the ICC quarterfinal at Dhaka to pave way for India's entry into the semifinals, when he took 4 Australian wickets after scoring runs in just balls. Tendulkar flew back to India to attend the final rituals of his father, missing the match against Zimbabwe. However, he returned with a bang to the World cup scoring a century unbeaten off balls in his very next match against Kenya in Bristol.
He dedicated this century to his father.
Tendulkar continued his good form in Test cricket in and , with some pivotal performances with both bat and ball. Tendulkar took three wickets on the final day of the famous Kolkata Test against Australia in Tendulkar took the key wickets of Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist, centurions in the previous test.
Tendulkar made runs in 11 matches in the Cricket World Cup, helping India reach the final. While Australia retained the trophy that they had won in , Tendulkar was given the Man of the Tournament award. He followed up the innings with an unbeaten 50 in the second innings of the test and then an unbeaten against Pakistan at Multan in the following series. The was controversial in that he was stranded prior to reaching his double century as a result of a declaration by Rahul Dravid. In meeting with the press that evening, Tendulkar responded to a question on missing against Pakistan by stating that he was disappointed and that the declaration had taken him by surprise.
He followed with a run-a-ball 42 in the second one-day international against Pakistan on February 11, , and then a 95 in hostile, seaming conditions on February 13, in Lahore, which set up an Indian victory.
Sachin as Captain Tendulkar's two tenures as captain of the Indian cricket team were not very successful. When Tendulkar took over as Captain in , it was with huge hopes and expectations.
However, by the team was performing poorly. Azharuddin was credited with saying "Nahin jeetega!
Chote ki naseeb main jeet nahin hai! It's not in the small one's destiny". Tendulkar, succeeding Azharuddin as captain for his second term, then led India on a tour of Australia, where the visitors were comprehensively beaten by the newly-crowned world champions. After another Test series defeat, this time by a margin at home against South Africa, Tendulkar resigned, and Sourav Ganguly took over as captain in Although he was in strong form in season , tennis elbow then took its toll on Tendulkar, leaving him out of the side for most of the year, coming back only for the last two tests when Australia toured India in He played a part in India's victory in Mumbai in that series, though Australia took the series After the series against England, news of a shoulder operation raised more questions about his longevity.
Tendulkar was operated upon for his injured shoulder. In July , the Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI announced that Tendulkar had overcome his injury problem following a rehabilitation programme and was available for selection, and he was eventually selected for the next series. Famous tour of Africa - Mike Denness incident In the second test of India's tour of South Africa, match referee Mike Denness fined four Indian players for excessive appealing as well as the Indian captain Sourav Ganguly for not controlling his team.
Tendulkar was given a suspended ban of one game in light of alleged ball tampering. Television cameras picked up images that suggested Tendulkar may have been involved in cleaning the seam of the cricket ball in the second test match between India and South Africa at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth. This can, under some conditions, amount to altering the condition of the ball. Tendulkar was to end the three-Test series without a single half-century to his credit, and news of a shoulder operation raised more questions about his longevity.
Tendulkar was operated upon for his injured shoulder. In July , the Board of Control for Cricket in India BCCI announced that Tendulkar had overcome his injury problem following a rehabilitation programme and was available for selection, and he was eventually selected for the next series.
Style of play. Tendulkar is ambidextrous: He bats, bowls, and throws with his right hand, but writes with his left hand.
Cricinfo columnist Sambit Bal has described him as the "most wholesome batsman of his time". He appears to show little preference for the slow and low wickets which are typical in India, and has scored many centuries on the hard, bouncy pitches in the Caribbean Islands and Australia.
He is also renowned for his picture-perfect straight drive, often completed with no follow-through. Recently, legendary Indian batsman Sunil Gavaskar, in an article he wrote in the AFP, remarked that "it is hard to imagine any player in the history of the game who combines classical technique with raw aggression like the little champion does".
Sir Donald Bradman, the greatest batsman of all time, considered Tendulkar to have a batting style similar to his. In his biography, it is stated that "Bradman was most taken by Tendulkar's technique, compactness and shot production, and had asked his wife to have a look at Tendulkar, having felt that Tendulkar played like him.
Bradman' wife, Jessie, agreed that they did appear similar. Former Australian cricket team coach John Buchanan voiced his opinion that Tendulkar had become susceptible to the short ball early in his innings because of a lack of footwork. He was affected by a series of injuries since Since then Tendulkar's batting has tended to be less attacking.
Explaining this change in his batting style, he has acknowledged that he is batting differently due to that fact that 1 No batsman can bat the same way for the entire length of a long career and 2 He is a senior member of the team now and thus has more responsibility. During the early part of his career he was a more attacking batsman and frequently scored centuries at close to a run a ball.
Ian Chappell, former Australian player, recently remarked that "Tendulkar now, is nothing like the player he was when he was a young bloke". However, during the latest tour of Australia in , Tendulkar displayed glimpses of his attacking style with several masterful innings, dominating attacks in a manner reminiscent of his younger days. While Tendulkar is not a regular bowler, he is adept at bowling medium pace, leg spin, and off spin with equal ease.
He often bowls when two batsmen of the opposite team have been batting together for a long period, as he can often be a useful partnership breaker. With his bowling, he has helped secure an Indian victory on more than one occasion. With a current aggregate of 12, Test runs, he surpassed Brian Lara's previous record tally of 11, runs as the highest run scorer in test matches in the second Test of Australia's tour of India in Mohali.
Throughout his career, he has made a strong impact on Indian cricket and was, at one time, the foundation of most of the team's victories. He was also elected Wisden Cricketer of the Year in and is ranked by the objective scoring method of the Wisden as the second best test batsman and best ODI batsman of all time.
Tendulkar has also consistently done well in Cricket World Cups excluding the Cricket World Cup in which India were knocked out after only 3 matches. Tendulkar has scored over runs in a calendar year in ODIs 7 times, and in one of these years he scored runs, easily the record for the highest number of runs scored by any player in a single calendar year for one day internationals.
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