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My mind goes back a long way _ March 1989 to be precise. It was his debut season in first-class cricket. Having started with a century in his first match (against Gujarat), Sachin Tendulkar was obviously the centre of attraction when Delhi played Bombay in the Ranji Trophy semifinal. I was leading the side, we won, but it was this 16-year-old who mesmerised all of us with his awesome talent. He top scored for his team with a brilliant 78 and to me personally, a star was born that day. Tendulkar was special and I am happy I had not erred in judging him.When I saw him take the oath as a Member of Parliament, my mind was flooded with some very fond memories of having spent time with him. That he is a phenomenon we all know. It is this new role in Rajya Sabha that fascinates me.I am sure he must have thought and consulted his advisers before accepting the offer. He is a nominated member and fully understands his responsibilities. He knows he can contribute and it was evident from his media interaction after the oath. He made his approach known by saying that cricket was his priority.I know he will strive for other sports too. He is a sportsman and I have known him well enough to understand how he will handle the new responsibility. He is right when he seeks the support of media and Parliamentarians. He will play cricket and once he retires he will contribute to Indian sport.sachin Tendulkar was born April 24, 1973 in Bombay, India. Given his first cricket bat at the age 11, Tendulkar was just 16 when he became India’s youngest Test cricketer. In 2005 he became the first cricketer to score 35 centuries (100 runs in a single inning) in Test play. In 2007 Tendulkar reached another major milestone, becoming the first player to record 15,000 runs in one-day international play.Tendulkar made his debut in international competition at 16 with a match against Pakistan in Karachi. He wasted little time matching the expectations surrounding his arrival on the professional field. At the age of 18 he scored a pair of centuries in Australia, then in 1994 racked up a score of 179 in a match against the West Indies.Tendulkar was just 23 when he was named captain of his country’s team for the 1996 World Cup.He is right when he seeks the support of media and Parliamentarians. He will play cricket and once he retires he will contribute to Indian sport.sachin Tendulkar was born April 24, 1973 in Bombay, India. Given his first cricket bat at the age 11, Tendulkar was just 16 when he became India’s youngest Test cricketer. In 2005 he became the first cricketer to score 35 centuries (100 runs in a single inning) in Test play. In 2007 Tendulkar reached another major milestoneTendulkar was just 16 when he became India’s youngest Test cricketer. In 2005 he became the first cricketer to score 35 centuries (100 runs in a single inning) in Test play. In 2007 Tendulkar reached another major milestone Tendulkar was just 16 when he became India’s youngest Test cricketer. In 2005 he became the first cricketer.In 2005 he became the first cricketer to score 35 centuries (100 runs in a single inning) in Test play. In 2007 Tendulkar reached another major milestone Tendulkar was just 16 when he became India’s youngest Test cricketer.

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Both The Gentelman broke upon the Indian cricket scene with a bang by scoring 17 centuries at the Junior State and Zonal levels. Later, he represented India U-19 against Australia in Australia and energed the ‘best batsman’ of the series. He also played against Arjuna Ranatunga’s touring team in the Irani Trophy in 1994 and represented ‘Board President’s XI’ against Imran Khan’s touring Pakistan team in 1989.

Then hailed as a certainty in ‘team INDIA’, sadly, could not find his place in the sun, because of lack of a quality coach. Since retiring from professional cricket, he has taken up the task of helping young cricketers achieve their true potential. And help them he did!. During his 5 year tenure as a Chief Coach of the Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association, he took the Himachal Ranji Team from being the under-dogs to the championship winners in 2006. He was also the specialist batting coach at the NCA Annual Zonal Camp in the year 2007.

He has been bestowed with the Maharaja Ranjit Singhji Award, the highest state sports felicitation award of the Government of Punjab.Read More

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