Cricket News sort by Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

As India and Australia prepare for the four-Test series, which will now begin with the opening Test at Adelaide on December 9, we look back at five fantastic batting performances

Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography Playing It My Way may have made plenty of headlines owing to its sensational content, ranging from the Greg Chappell era to selection biases and criticism of Kapil Dev as well.

Sachin Tendulkar’s just-released autography ‘Playing It My Way’ has created quite a stir, particularly for the harsh criticism he has made of former India coach Greg Chappell, now among the most hated persons in India.

Not surprisingly, Sachin Tendulkar's criticism of former India coach Greg Chappell is attracting a lot of space in the media. Some of his revelations in his soon to be released book are startling to say the least

Sachin Tendulkar is not someone known for making the news for sensational reasons. Thus, when he makes revelations, they are bound to be taken seriously. In his soon to be released autobiography

The Cuttack ODI against Sri Lanka will be the 200th match of Suresh Raina’s career. Raina has now joined an illustrious band.

As India and England battle it out in the fourth Test at Old Trafford, Manchester, we look back at some wonderful performances by Indians at the venue over the years.

2013, in a sense, can be termed as retirement season in the sport, since so many big names hanged their boots. As the year draws to a close, here’s a look at some prominent names who quit the game in 2013.

During the course of his unbeaten 122 on day two of the Hamilton Test against New Zealand, veteran West Indian batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul became the sixth highest run-scorer in Test cricket surpassing the legendary Allan Border.