Sachin: A Hundred Hundreds Now

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HarperCollins Publishers India, Apr 23, 2012 - Sports & Recreation - 286 pages
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The wait is over. For the world's finest batsman and for a nation of cricket lovers whose hopes and ambitions accompanied Sachin Tendulkar every time he stepped out to bat. On 16 March 2012, at Mirpur in Dhaka, after opening the innings for India, Sachin nudged the ball to behind square leg in the forty-fourth over to cross the final barrier: a hundred centuries in international cricket. In this account of the master batsman's incredible journey, sportswriter V. Krishnaswamy takes us through every hundred, every peak scaled on Sachin's way to the top. With an introduction by former India captain Rahul Dravid and a foreword by Sachin's first and most famous coach Ramakant Achrekar, this is a book for every cricket and Sachin fan.

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V. Krishnaswamy was born in Kolkata and brought up in Delhi. He has been a sportswriter and commentator for thirty years now. He has followed cricket tours to various countries and has written extensively on the sport, as a reporter with the Times of India and then as the sports editor of the Pioneer and the Indian Express. He is a regular guest expert on cricket and other sports on television and radio.

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