Achievements        
He captained the Indian team at the age of 23.
He is the wealthiest Indian cricketer due to his contracts of millions of US dollars a year with MRF and Pepsi ,etc. Till 1997 he had 7.5 Million US Dollars . He had also signed a contract with Adidas products.
He scored a century in the first match as captain of Indian team.
He was the first ever overseas player to play for Yorkshire.
At the age of 19 he became the youngest player to score 1000 test runs, during India's tour of South Africa (1992/93).
During his school days aged 13 Sachin's scores read 27 no, 125, 207 no, 346 no and the now famous 329 no in the finals which involved a record unbroken partnership of 664 with childhood friend Vinod Kambli. Sachin' s average in schools cricket read a mind-boggling 1034.
In 1989/90 at the age of just 16 years and 205 days, he became the youngest player to play at the test level for India against Pakistan at Karachi. He scored his first test century at the age of 17 years and 112 days.
1990,At 17 Sachin became the 2nd youngest to score a score a Test century when he scored a match saving 119 on India's tour of England. He finished the series with an average of 61.25.
1991,he became the youngest to score a century on Australian soil with a mammoth 148 in Sydney and followed it up with a ton at Perth; which he holds in highest of regard.
He made his first class debut at the age of 15 and scored a century on debut.
He was rated the number 1 batsman in the world by the prestigious Coopers and Lybrands ratings in 1995, and now in 1998. He was also number 1 in the CEAT cricket ratings of 1996.
He has been rated the no.1 batsman in the latest Wisden Cricket Ratings (based on Test match performances). He has scored at an average of above 57 in the last two years ( 26 tests ).
23rd June 1998: Sachin Tendulkar wins the Coopers and Lybrand Award for best Test cricketer of the Year (based on performances in the last 12 months), backed by an amazing 40% of votes as the best test cricketer in a survey conducted by CricInfo (the largest cricket site on the 'net).
July 07, 1998: Sachin receives the Mega Sixes award for hitting 5 sixes in the tournament.
July 07, 1998: He was involved in a World Record opening stand with Saurav Ganguly of 252 runs off 44 overs- breaking the previous record of 225 runs held by Kenya.
July 07, 1998: Sachin becomes the 5th player in ODI history to score 7,000 runs.
July 07, 1998: Sachin scores 128 runs off 131 balls, his 17th one day international century and his 4th highest one-day international score ever. With this century, he has equaled Desmond Haynes' record of 17 centuries. However, Sachin has played 42 matches less that Haynes.
August 27: Sachin Tendulkar along with Shane Warne met the legendary Sir Donald Bradman in Adelaide the occasion of the Australian batsman's 90th birthday celebration. Bradman considers Tendulkar to be the best batsman in the world.
August 29: Sachin Tendulkar receives a cheque for Rs 1 Lac (Rs 100,000), a scroll of honour and a plaque from President K.R Narayanan at Rashtrapati Bhavan. He won the Khel Ratna award, which is the award for highest achievement in Indian sport.
26th September 1998: Sachin breaks the record for maximum centuries in One-Day Internationals by surpassing the previous highest of 17 set by Desmond Haynes. Sachin's 18th century (127 not out) against Zimbabwe on 26th September 1998, proved to be a match-winning knock.
8th November, 1998: Sachin Tendulkar scores his 20th century in one-day internationals by scoring 118* from 112 balls against Zimbabwe. By scoring this century, he broke the record for the maximum centuries in International cricket (ODI + Test), i.e., 36 in total. He crossed Viv Richards (West Indies) and Sunil Gavaskar's record of 35 centuries in International cricket combined.
13 November, 1998: Sachin scores his 21st century (124*) in the Finals of the Champions Trophy in Sharjah, leading India to a 10 wicket victory. He was also the Man of the Series.
2 December, 1998: Sachin is the Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year Award.
5th January, 1999: Sachin Tendulkar and Alan Donald top the Amul Cricket Rankings for the Year 1998. with Mark Waugh in the second place . In the bowling list, Donald is ahead of Muttaiah Muralitharan of Sri Lanka (100 wickets), South African Shaun Pollock (89) and Indian leg spinner Anil Kumble (73).
31st January, 1999: Sachin was awarded the Man of the Match in the First Test against Pakistan at Chennai despite India's loss. Sachin scored a magnificent 136 (his 18th test century!) in the 2nd innings, arguably his best innings as it was played under immense pressure. Mongia joined Tendulkar at the crease when the score was a paltry 82/5, with the top order suffering a total collapse at the hands of the Pakistani quickies and Saqlain. Tendulkar, with the support of Mongia brought India within 17 runs of the desired target - 271. Tendulkar batted for 405 minutes and hit 18 fours. After Tendulkar's dismissal the team collapsed and India lost by 12 runs. He had scored a duck (0) in the 1st innings, his first duck after 20 test matches. Tendulkar also bowled superbly in this test breaking important partnerships.
16th February, 1999: Sachin recorded his first 'First Ball DUCK' in test cricket when he was clean bowled on a fast in-swinging yorker from Pakistani paceman, Shoiab Akhtar in the first innings of the First Test of the Asian Test Championship.
19th February, 1999: Scores 5000 runs in Test cricket when he scored his 9th run in the second innings of the First Test of the Asian Test Championship. This landmark comes in Tendulkar's 67th Test at an amazing average of 53.19 including 18 centuries and 20 fifties.
28th February, 1999: Scores his 19th Test Century.
9th March, 1999: Sachin has gone to England to get treated for a back problem. He had suffered several back spasms during his superb 136 run knock against Pakistan at Chennai, and is also asking the selectors to rest him for the upcoming Pepsi Tri-Series.

March-April 1999: Tendulkar has missed the Pepsi Tri-Series in India and the Coca-Cola Cup in Sharjah on account of his back injury.

19th May, 1999: Sachin Tendulkar flew back to India in the middle of the World Cup, due to the passing away of his Father, Ramesh Tendulkar- Sachin was apparantly very close to his Father, and we, the webmasters of Cricket Fever and Sachin Fever, would like to show our sympathy and support to the World's greatest cricketer, who, before everything else, is a human being with a family.

23rd May, 1999: Tendulkar scores a his 23rd ODI hundred.
23rd May, 1999:Tendulkar scored a marvellous, stroke filled 140* against Kenya in the World Cup as a befitting tribute to his late Father, helping India score one of its highest one-day scores- 329 (50 overs). India won the match by 94 runs, with Tendulkar receiving the "Man of the Match" Award.
29th July, 1999: Replaces Azharuddin as captain of the Indian team for his second stint as captain. He was named captain of the Indian team by the National Selection Committee on 28th July in Nagpur till October.
29th October- 2nd November, 1999: Scores his first test double century (217 runs against New Zealand).
8th November, 1999: Tendulkar & Dravids' partnership of 331 against New Zealand in the 2nd ODI was a new world record for any wicket beating Dravid and Gangulys' partnership of 318.
8th November, 1999: Tendulkar scored his highest One Day International score, ie, 186* against New Zealand in the 2nd ODI, beating his previous best of 143. Tendulkar's score (186*) is the highest score by an Indian batsman in ODI's, beating Ganguly's 183. This was Tendulkar's 24th ODI hundred.
17th March, 2000: Scores his 25th ODI century
19th March, 2000: Scores 9000 runs in One Day Internationals.
On 29th May, 1999 Sachin scored his 22nd ODI Century, vs Kenya, Bristol in World Cup 1999 Match.
On 31st March, 2001 Sachin created history by becoming the first batsman in the history of limited overs cricket to score 10,000 runs. ( Match : India vs Australia, Indore.INDIA. )
Equalled Sir Donald Bradmans record of 29 Test Centuries when Sachin scored 117 v/s West Indies at Port-of-Spain.
In his 99th Test appearance, surpassed Bradman's record scoring 193, against England at Headingly, Leeds. Only his mentor, Sunil Gavaskar is ahead of him at 34 centuries.
September 5th, sachin sees him become the youngest player ever to play in his 100th Test Match for any country.
On 1st March 2003, while playing against Pakistan in the group match during 2003 World cup, Sachin scored his 12,000th ODI run. No other player has scored more than 10,000 runs till date.
Jan 2004, scored his highest first-class score of 241 not out in 4th test v Australia at Sydney.
March 16, 2004. Sachin Tendulkar crossed yet another milestone in his glittering career when he completed 13,000 runs in One-Day Internationals during the second one-dayer against Pakistan in Rawalpindi.
India's Sachin Tendulkar, who equalled Sunil Gavaskar's world record 34 test centuries in the first test against Bangladesh .,2004-05
Tendulkar, in his 119th test, got to three figures by scampering for a quick single to mid-on and celebrated by raising his bat and punching his fists. Sunil Gavaskar had played 125 matches for his 34 tons. 2004-05
The 31-year-old Tendulkar also became only the third player in history, after Gary Kirsten and Steve Waugh, to score centuries against all test-playing nations.
Mar 16,2005, India's Sachin Tendulkar, who became the fifth batsman in test history to score 10,000 runs during the second test against Pakistan
Test debut: v Pakistan, Karachi, Nov 1989. 122nd test, 10,000runs. Average 57.64 (before current innings). 34 centuries.
ODI debut: v Pakistan, Gujranwala, Dec 1989. 342 matches, 13,497 runs, 37 hundreds, 69 fifties, average 44.84. 132 wickets.
March 2005, crossed 10,000 runs at the Eden Gardens in second test against Pakistan, a week after falling six short of a world record 35th century in Mohali.
Tendulkar flicks Razzaq for a single to reach 27 and became the fifth player in history to 10,000 runs. Only Allan Border, Sunil Gavaskar, Steve Waugh and Brian Lara have reached the milestone before.
November 19,2005 ,Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar equalled former Pakistan all rounder Wasim Akram's record of most one-day appearances by playing in his 356th match.
November 25,2005, Fast bowler Shaun Pollock triggered an Indian collapse in mildly seaming conditions, claiming three for 25 and dismissing Sachin Tendulkar for two runs on the Indian batsman's record 357th one-day appearance.
December 10.2005:-Sachin Tendulkar struck a world record 35th test hundred on Saturday, claiming the coveted landmark by surpassing his compatriot Sunil Gavaskar.
December 10,2005, scores a record 35th hundred on the first day of the second test against Sri Lanka in New Delhi, surpassing compatriot Gavaskar's mark.
 February 6,2006,The Indian batsman is the first ever player to have played as many as 359 matches and scored 39 hundreds in the shorter version of the game.
February 6,2006, Sachin Tendulkar set a new world record by completing 14,000 one-day runs en route his 39th century in the first one-day international against Pakistan in Peshawar.
March 18,2006, Another milestone awaits Sachin Tendulkar as he sets out to play his 132nd Test, the most by any Indian ever, at his home ground in Mumbai.
March 19,2006, after scoring an unconvincing 1 off 21 balls against England in the first innings of the third Test in his home ground, Wankhede, Tendulkar was booed off the ground by a section of the crowd, the first time that he has ever faced such flak. While cheered on when he came for his second innings, Tendulkar, was the top scorer in the second innings and yet 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 forcing him to skip the tour of West Indies in 2006.
23 May 2006, after deciding not to undergo a scheduled fitness test, he announced he would miss the tour of the Caribbean for the Test series. However he agreed to play 5 games for Lashings World XI in order to regain fitness for a possible August comeback. He had scored 155, 147(retired), 98, 101(retired) & 105 in the 5 matches for Lashings XI with strike rate of well above 100 and was the top scorer in all the matches.
Also in his first Twenty20 match with international opposition, although unofficial, Tendulkar hit 50 not out off 21 deliveries to blast the International XI to 123 after 10 overs against the Pakistan XI.
He then came for the DLF cup in Malaysia and became the only Indian batsman to shine. In his most recent comeback match, against West Indies on 14th September 2006, Tendulkar responded to his critics who believed that his career was inexorably sliding with his 40th ODI century. Though he scored 141*, West Indies won the rain-affected match by the D/L method. Tendulkar now has 18 more ODI tons than the players who are second on the list of ODI century-makers, Sourav Ganguly and Sanath Jayasuriya .
January 2007 Tendulkar scored a 76-ball century against the West Indies which makes it his 41st ODI century. He reached a hundred on the last ball of the Indian innings. Tendulkar now has 18 more ODI tons than Sanath Jayasuriya who is second on the list of ODI century-makers
Tendulkar was the first batsman in history to score over 50 centuries in international cricket. He has now scored 76 (35 in Tests, 41 in ODIs
At Cricket World Cup 2007 in the West Indies, Tendulkar and the Indian cricket team had a dismal campaign. Tendulkar had scores of 7 (Bangladesh), 57* (Bermuda) and 0 (Sri Lanka).
Sachin's 37th ton against Bangladesh during the 2007 series 2nd Test, made history as the 1st time the top four batsman of any team had all scored centuries in a single innings. Dinesh Karthik made 129, Wasim Jaffer 138 and Rahul Dravid 129 were the other centurions.
29th June  2007, Sachin Tendulkar reached yet another milestone in his illustrious career by becoming the first cricketer ever to score 15,000 ODI runs in the second one-dayer against South Africa in Belfast
Tendulkar boasts of most ODI centuries, won most (55) Man of the Match and most (13) Man of the Series Awards.
8th Oct  2007, Tendulkar reached 53, he became the first batsman to make 1000 runs in a calendar year seven times. Tendulkar has achieved it in 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003, and 2007. The only other batsman to manage it even six times is his current opening partner, Ganguly. Tendulkar is also the seventh batsman to get to 1000 ODI runs in 2007 - Mahela Jayawardene, Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Matthew Hayden, Sourav Ganguly and Ricky Ponting are the others.
Career Average 55.78 - the highest average among those who have scored over 10,000 Test runs.
Became the first Indian to surpass the 11,000 Test run mark and the third International player behind Allan Border and Brian Lara.
Tendulkar is fourth on the list of players with most Test caps. Steve Waugh (168 Tests), Allan Border (158 Tests), Shane Warne (145 Tests) have appeared in more games than Tendulkar
Tendulkar has played the most number of Test Matches(144) for India (Kapil Dev is second with 131 Test appearances).
Sachin's 37th ton against Bangladesh during the 2007 series 2nd Test, made history as the 1st time the top four batsman of any team had all scored centuries in a single innings. Dinesh Karthik made 129, Wasim Jaffer 138 and Rahul Dravid 129 were the other centurions.
Tendulkar is the only player who has 150 wkts and more than 15000 runs in ODI
Tendulkar is the only player who has 40 wkts and more than 11000 runs in Tests
Most number of hundreds in the ODI 41
On 3 January 2007 Sachin Tendulkar (5751) edged past Brian Lara's (5736) world record of runs scored in Tests away from home. Tendulkar achieved this in 75 away Test matches while Lara had scored his runs in 66 away Tests.
Tendulkar has 4 seasons with 1000 or more runs - 2002 (1392 runs), 1999 (1088 runs), 2001 (1003 runs) and 1997 (1000 runs). Gavaskar is the only other Indian with four seasons of 1000+ runs. Only Hayden and Lara have five seasons with 1000+ runs in International cricket.
Holds the record for scoring 1,000 ODI runs in a calendar year. He has done it seven times - 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2003,2007, 2008
ODI:--- Most Man of the Series Awards: 14 Man of the Series Awards
ODI:--- Most Man of the Match Awards: 58 Man of the Match Awards
Most Runs: 16007 Runs at the rate of 44.21 runs per innings (as of February 05, 2008). He is the leading run scorer in the ODI format of the game and the only player ever to cross the 13,000-14,000-15,000 and 16,000 run marks.
First player to reach 10,000-11,000-12,000-13,000-14,000-15,000, 16000 ,17000 ODI runs.
Highest run scorer in the history of test cricket with 12037 Test runs. He achieved this feat after surpassing West Indies' Brian Lara against Australia in the Border Gavaskar Trophy series, on October 17, 2008 at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali, India.
Became the first Indian to surpass the 11,000 Test run mark and the third International player behind Allan Border and Brian Lara. Lara took 213 innings, Sachin 223 and Border 259.
Highest run scorer in the history of Test cricket with 14692 Test runs.
Most number of hundreds in the Test 51
Sachin Tendulkar (7429) world record of runs scored in Tests away from home.
First player to reach 12,000-13,000 Test runs.
Most Runs in an ODI Innings: Sachin Tendulkar holds the record or maximum number of runs scored in one ODI innings. He is also first batsman to score 200 runs (147ball 25x4 3x6) in ODIs Againts South Africa.
Highest number of 4's (25) in ODI. (century through 4's).
Most Runs: 18008 Runs at the rate of 45.13 runs for every time he has gotten out (as of 24 Match 2011). He is the leading run scorer in the ODI format of the game and the only player ever to cross the 14,000-15,000-16,000 and 17,000 run marks. First player to reach 10,000-11,000-12,000-13,000-14,000-15,000, 16,000 and 17,000, 18,000  ODI runs.
Highest individual score ever by a batsmen (200* against South Africa at Gwalior in 2010). The score of 200* is listed the highest individual score recorded in ODI matches.
Tendulkar is the only batsman to score over 3000 runs against any opponent (Australia). Tendulkar is also the only batsman to achieve the feat runs against 2 opponents - Sri Lanka is the other team.
Tendulkar holds the record for the highest individual score in a one day international when he scored 200 not out breaking the previous record of 194 in the India v. South Africa ODI on 24th February 2010. This also saw him become the first person in the planet to score a double century in a One Day International.
Tendulkar holds the record for the most fours ( boundaries ) in an innings. He hit 25 fours in the innings against South Africa on on 24th February 2010 when he scored double century.
First player to reach 12,000, 13,000,14,000, 15,000 Test runs.
Sachin Tendulkar created yet another record on 8th November 2011 when he became the first cricketer to score 15,000 runs in Test cricket, during the opening Test match against the West Indies at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in New Delhi.