Sachin Tendulkar

Cricket Betting: Tendulkar 11/8 To Score 45 Or More

Victor Chandler have opened a market on how many runs the great Sachin Tendulkar will score in Thursday’s 2nd quarter-final between India & Australia and make under 35 the marginal 5/4 favourite.
22 March 2011

Cricket World® TV - World Cup 2011 Update - Tendulkar Ton In Vain, South Africa Win A Thriller

Cricket TV - A look back at another thrilling ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 match involving India; this time as they came up short against South Africa, for whom Robin Peterson hit 16 runs in four balls at the death to secure a three-wicket win. Sachin Tendulkar had earlier stroked a sublime century - his sixth in World Cups - but following a dramatic batting collapse, it proved to be in vain.
12 March 2011

Tendulkar Ton Not Enough As Peterson Is Proteas Hero

Sachin Tendulkar scored his sixth World Cup century but it was not enough for India, who were beaten by three wickets by South Africa in a thrilling Cricket World Cup Group B match in Nagpur that went down to the final over. After India collapsed from 267 for one to 296 all out, half-centuries from Hashim Amla, Jacques Kallis and AB de Villiers and then 18 in seven balls at the death from Robin Peterson blasted South Africa to victory...
12 March 2011

Cricket World® TV - World Cup Update - India Tie With England

Cricket TV - An update from day nine of the competition, which saw India and England finish their game in Bangalore with the scores level, and therefore a share of the points on offer. There were brilliant centuries from Sachin Tendulkar and Andrew Strauss and fine bowling performances from Tim Bresnan and Zaheer Khan in a game that had a little bit of everything.
27 February 2011

England And India Tie Following Bangalore Thriller

India and England could not be separated at the end of a pulsating ICC Cricket World Cup encounter in Bangalore, both sides scoring 338 in a match that was tied. Sachin Tendulkar scored a sublime century while Gautam Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh added half-centuries to steer India to an impressive total of 338 all out before England closed on 338 for eight.
27 February 2011

Sehwag Opens Cricket World Cup In Style

Indian batsman Virender Sehwag took strike to the opening ball of the Cricket World Cup 2011 against Bangladesh, and promptly opened proceedings in style by hititng it to the boundary. India had been put into bat by co-hosts Bangladesh but Sehwag overcame the run out of opening partner Sachin Tendulkar to register the tournament's first century, as well as hitting the tournament's first six.
19 February 2011

Cricket World® TV - World Cup Preview - India

Cricket TV - John Pennington and Amit Masram look ahead to the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup, focussing on the chances of co-hosts India. They are the heavy favourites to lift their first World Cup since 1983. They analyse the squad named, pick out some key players and then predict whether Sachin Tendulkar will lead the side to victory.
14 February 2011

Chawla Included In Indian World Cup Squad

India have included leg-spinner Piyush Chawla in their 15-man squad for the 2011 World Cup, which also includes Praveen Kumar and Sachin Tendulkar. Kumar and Tendulkar have been forced home from the current tour of South Africa due to injury while Chawla last played a One-Day International in 2008 but is part of the squad in South Africa.
17 January 2011

Tendulkar To Miss Rest Of South Africa ODI Series

Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has been ruled out of the remaining three One-Day Internationals against South Africa and has been replaced in India's squad by left-hand batsman Parthiv Patel. Tendulkar scored seven in the opening match in Durban, which South Africa won by 135 runs, and he then scored 24 in the second match - his 443rd ODI appearance - as India snatched a one-run to level the series.
16 January 2011

South Africa-India ODI Series Preview

India will lock horns with South Africa in the opening match of the five-match One-Day International series in Durban on Wednesday. Both teams would look to field a full strength side in search of getting the combination of players right ahead of the World Cup in Asia. In the Indian context, the seniors, Sachin Tendulkar, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Harbhajan Singh and Zaheer Khan could make a return as they were rested in the ODI series against Kiwis.
10 January 2011

Tendulkar Is 2010 Cricket World® Player Of The Year

The wait is finally over as the results are out for the Cricket World Awards 2010. Thanks to all of you who voted - now you can find out who, in your view, produced the best performances in 2010. Congratulations, of course, to the winners.
7 January 2011

Cricket Betting: KP 33/1 To Be Top Test Scorer In 2011

Stan James have a number of cricket specials for 2011 and make England 9/2 to be the top rated Test nation by the end of the year. Sachin Tendulkar is 10/1 jt favourite with teammate Virender Sehwag to be the top run scorer during the year in Test cricket. The Indians tour England during the summer.
31 December 2010

ICC Shortlist For All-Time Greatest ODI Team Unveiled

Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar and dangerous opener Virender Sehwag are among the list of players nominated for an ICC online poll to select the all-time greatest team that coincides with one-day cricket's 40th anniversary celebrations. Former skipper Sourav Ganguly is also in the list of openers, from which only two will feature in the final dream team.
22 December 2010

Tendulkar, Chawla Named In India's ODI Squad

India have named a 16-man squad for their upcoming One-Day International series in South Africa, recalling leg-spinner Piyush Chawla and leaving out fast bowler Ishant Sharma as well as all-rounder Ravi Jadeja. Sachin Tendulkar returns to the squad and is set to play an ODI for the first time since the series against South Africa in India in February, when he scored a double-century in Gwalior.
21 December 2010

Sachin Tendulkar - One Record Down, Another To Follow?

Indian champion batsman Sachin Tendulkar possesses virtually every record a batman can imagine. Having completed his 50th century at Centurion Park, he is in the midst of a dream run and this is the best calendar year of his career with seven centuries.
21 December 2010

Tendulkar Stranded As South Africa Wrap Up Win

Sachin Tendulkar was left stranded unbeaten on 111 as India were bowled out for 459 in their second innings, crashing to an innings-and-25-run defeat to South Africa on the final day of the opening Test at Centurion Park. Having fought valiantly on days three and four to get themselves within touching distance of making their hosts bat again, their challenge faded with a whimper on the final morning as they added just five runs for their remaining two wickets.
20 December 2010

Tendulkar Reaches Milestone As India Frustrate Proteas

Sachin Tendulkar broke new ground as he became the first man to score 50 Test centuries as India frustrated South Africa on day four of the first Test at Centurion Park. Despite Tendulkar's heroics, India closed the day on 454 for eight - still 30 runs short of making South Africa bat again - when bad weather closed on.
19 December 2010

Zaheer, Kumar Return For End Of ODI Series

Fast bowlers Zaheer Khan and Praveen Kumar are to return to India's line-up for the final three One-Day Internationals against New Zealand. Meanwhile, senior players Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh will continue to be rested for the remainder of the series.
2 December 2010

Tendulkar Is 2011 Cricket World Cup Ambassador

Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has been named as the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Ambassador for the 2011 World Cup...
11 November 2010

Tendulkar Picks Up Lebara People's Choice Award

Legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar has added another accolade to his achievements, as he received the Lebara...
27 October 2010