Sachin Tendulkar announced Retirement from Test Cricket
Sachin Tendulkar on 10 October 2013 announced his decision to retire from Test cricket.
Legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar on 10 October 2013 announced his decision to retire from Test cricket after playing his landmark 200th Test match against the West Indies in November 2013.
Previously, Sachin Tendulkar announced retirement form one day cricket on 23 December 2012 and from Twenty20 cricket format on 26 May 2013.
About Sachin Tendulkar
• Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar is an Indian Batsman who is considered one of the greatest batsman of the world after Don Bradman in Test Cricket and the second most successful one day batsman after Viv Richards as per the ranking done by Wisden-the Bible of Cricket.
• Sachin Tendulkar who belongs to Mumbai Maharashtra made his appearance in six world cups for India and was the member of the 2011 World Cup winning squad of the nation.
• The Sachin Tendulkar made his Test debut against arch-rival Pakistan at Karachi in 1989.
• He currently holds the record for most hundreds in both Tests and One Day Internationals.
• In 198 Test matches, Sachin Tendulkar scored over Fifteen Thousand Eight hundred runs at an average of 53.86. He slammed 51 Test centuries and an unbeaten 248 against Bangladesh in Dhaka in 2004 was his best ever.
• He made 49 hundreds in the one-day format, including a double hundred which is the first in this form of cricket and 96 half centuries.
• In 2012, Sachin Tendulkar became the first player to score 100 international centuries.