Sachin Tendulkar

Trott Wins ICC Cricketer Of The Year Award

England batsman Jonathan Trott has won tthe International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricketer Of The Year award, following in the footsteps of compatriot Andrew Flintoff, who won the award in 2005. He beat off competition from Alastair Cook, Hashim Amla and Sachin Tendulkar to become the eighth recipient of the award at the annual ceremony, this year held in London.
12 September 2011

Cricket Legends Hang Out At The Rose Bowl

A unique set of illustrations featuring cricketing legends went on display at The Rose Bowl in Southampton on the eve of the second One-Day International between England and India. The limited edition prints are to be exhibited in the Shane Warne executive suite and feature greats Shane Warne, Sir Ian Botham, Sachin Tendulkar, Robin & Chris Smith and a large centrepiece of Hampshire legends.
6 September 2011

Tendulkar Ruled Out Of ODI Series With Toe Injury

India have suffered a further blow to their chances of beating England in the One-Day International series with the news that Sachin Tendulkar will miss the rest of the series. Tendulkar suffered a toe injury and played no part in the opening match of the series, which was washed out in Chester-le-Street and India have named Subramaniam Badrinath as his replacement.
5 September 2011

Cricket Betting: England Batsmen Top Priced

Every England batsmen will be top price* with Ladbrokes to be top run scorer against India in the T20 at Old Trafford. Kevin Pietersen is the 7/2 market leader to be top bat from Craig Kieswetter and Alex Hales at 4/1. Sachin Tendulkar is the 5/2 favourites to score the most runs for India from Gambhir at 3/1.
31 August 2011

Amla, Cook, Tendulkar, Trott Short-Listed For Top ICC Award

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has short-listed Hashim Amla, Alastair Cook, Sachin Tendulkar and Jonathan Trott for the ICC Cricketer of the Year award which will be handed out on 12th September in London. An independent 25-person academy whittled down the long list to those four names while Cook and Trott are also short-listed for the Test Cricketer of the Year award, along with James Anderson and Jacques Kallis.
26 August 2011

Cricket World TV - Tendulkar Just Falls Short Of 100th Century

Jim White and John Pennington describe the action as Sachin Tendulkar just misses out on a landmark 100th international century during the fourth and final Test between England and India at The Oval. England went on to win the match by an innings and eight runs to claim the number one spot in Test cricket with a 4-0 series win.
23 August 2011

Tendulkar Misses Landmark, England Take 4-0 Clean Sweep

Graeme Swann returned figures of six for 106 to precipitate a dramatic Indian batting collapse that handed England an innings-and-eight-run win in the fourth and final Test at The Oval. India resumed the day on 129 for three and were at one stage 262 for three but once England removed Amit Mishra and Sachin Tendulkar, who made 91 in pursuit of a hundredth international century, they stormed to a comprehensive win.
22 August 2011

Cricket World TV - India's Task 'Difficult But Not Impossible' - Ojha

Speaking ahead of the third Test between England and India, left-arm spinner Pragyan Ojha maintains that their task in attempting to win both remaining matches to level the series 2-2 was difficult, but not impossible and he is staying positive. He also tells us what it is like bowl to the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and VVS Laxman but also how much his game has developed from sharing a dressing room with some of the greatest players the game has ever seen.
11 August 2011

Tendulkar Could Join Pantheon Of Edgbaston Legends

If Sachin Tendulkar scores his 100th international century at Edgbaston it will be fitting. Edgbaston has been the English county home of three of the greatest batsmen to ever play the game, Rohan Kanhai, Alvin Kallicharran and Brian Lara. Recently Shiv Chanderpaul, # 10 on the List of all time Tests runs scorers and endorser of American College Cricket, signed to play the key final games in the 2011 English County season for Warwickshire.
11 August 2011

Cricket World TV - Sidhartha Mallya Pays Tribute To Tendulkar

Sidhartha Mallya, UB board member (parent company of Kingfisher Beer) praises Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar who is chasing a record 100th international century during the Test series in England. He also talks about what the series has in store and how much he thinks India are motivated by their current number one Test ranking, which they could lose if they don't improve their performance in the final two matches of the series.
2 August 2011

Cricket Betting: Tendulkar 8/11 To Miss Out

Sachin Tendulkar is 8/11 not to get his 100th International century during the current Test series and bet365 have chalked up 33/1 about a hat-trick in the 3rd Test after England’s comprehensive victory over India at Trent Bridge. bet365 cricket betting spokesman Steve Freeth said: "We saw money for the draw when it drifted out to 21/10 and India were well supported in-play after their flying start on Friday, so an England victory is a decent result for us."
2 August 2011

Cricket World TV - Sidhartha Mallya On Kingfisher's Cricket Involvement

Sidhartha Mallya, UB board member (parent company of Kingfisher), talks to us about how Kingfisher has got involved in this summer's cricket series between England and India. He talks about why it is important to align with cricket and looks ahead to the series, which could see Sachin Tendulkar reach his 100th international century - unless Kingfisher ambassador Graeme Swann gets him out first!
2 August 2011

England Complete Resounding 196-Run Win Over India

England struck first in their Test-match series with India by bowling themselves to a 196-run win on the final day of the opening match at Lord's. James Anderson finished the day with a five-wicket haul having removed the big three of Rahul Dravid, VVS Laxman and Sachin Tendulkar as India were bowled out for 261 having been set an unlikely 458 to win.
25 July 2011

Cricket World TV - England Will Turn India Over - Flintoff

Former England all-rounder and captain Andrew Flintoff talks to us about the England-India series. He talks about bowling to one of his heroes Sachin Tendulkar, who he hopes will reach a hundredth international century at Lord's and then goes on to say that he believes England will be too strong for India and will win the series.
23 July 2011

Sachin TonDulkar 9/4 To Reach Milestone At Lord's

Run machine Sachin Tendulkar is a century away from his 100th international hundred and bet365 are 9/4 about him making it in the 1st Test at Lord's. bet365 spokesman and cricket betting expert Steve Freeth said: "Some people will feel it's all set up for the 'Little Master' to reach the milestone at the home of cricket."
20 July 2011

Cricket Betting: Draw Backed - Where Will Tendulkar Hit 100th Ton?

The draw has been well backed for the opening test match against India according to Ladbrokes according to the latest cricket betting odds. The stalemate opened at 6/4 but a steady flow of support has seen its price move into even money leaving an England win at 15/8. It's 3/1 the tourists win the opener.
16 July 2011

Cricket World TV - Mr Predictor - Tendulkar To Make 100th Ton At Lord's?

Cricket World TV in association with bet365 brings you the latest edition of Mr Predictor. John Pennington and Jim White look ahead to upcoming matches including Friends Life t20 action and the much-anticipated England-India first Test at Lord's - will Sachin Tendulkar score a 100th international century or can England deny him as they bid to take top spot in the ICC Test rankings?
14 July 2011

Cricket World TV - Salisbury On Dismissing Tendulkar

Former Surrey and England leg-spinner and now Surrey coach Ian Salisbury talks to us during a new initiative launched in London aimed at getting more disadvantaged youngsters into sport called 'Street Elite'. He sings the praises of the new scheme and how pleasing it is to see the enthusiasm of the youngsters involved in the launch.
6 July 2011

India Recall Host Of Stars For England Tests

India have named a 17-man squad for their Test series in England, welcoming back the experienced players that missed the tour to the West Indies. Batsman Virender Sewhag, Gautam Gambhir, Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh are back as are bowlers Zaheer Khan and Shanthakumaran Sreesanth.
2 July 2011

Cricket World Player Of The Week - Rohit Sharma

Indian batsman Rohit Sharma has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after he scored two match-winning half-centuries in the West Indies. Sharma, offered an opportunity to bat in the middle order with the likes of Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni resting, helped his side move into an unassailable 3-0 series lead with a couple of excellent knocks.
13 June 2011