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The God of cricket Sachin Tendulkar is someone who seldom needs an introduction. His numbers are unparalleled, his records are unbeatable, and his longevity and discipline are on another level.  In this blog, we are going to discuss Sachin Tendulkar’s 100 Centuries List including ODI, Test, and IPL.

Sachin made his test debut at the tender age of 16 and smashed all the big boys of international cricket as a teenager. He was always ready for all challenges thrown at him and turned those challenges into opportunities to break records, guide the team to victory, and of course score 100s, a lot of 100s.

Who is Sachin Tendulkar (Master Blaster)

Sachin Tendulkar is a former India cricketer who is also regarded as the greatest cricketer on the planet to have played the game. Sachin was also honored with the Bharat Ratna for his achievements and contributions to the game of cricket.

The batting legend was born on 24th April 1973 in Mumbai and is 48 years old and currently a retired cricketer. He played 200 Tests, 463 ODIs, and 1 T20I for the Indian national team, the most played by any individual. He scored 100 centuries in international cricket and was also the first batsman to score 200 in ODI cricket.

Sachin played for the Mumbai Indians in the IPL from 2008 to 2013.

List of career achievements by Sachin Tendulkar

What Sachin achieved in his career is unmatchable and incredible. These are only some of his great achievements.

  • ESPNCricinfo cricketer of the generation. (2014)
  • Wisden India Outstanding Achievement award. (2012)
  • Wisden Cricketer of the year. (1997)
  • Inducted into ICC hall of fame. (2019)
  • Player of the tournament of the ICC World Cup 2003 
  • Arjuna Award- 1994
  • Padma Shri- 1999
  • Padma Vibhushan- 2008
  • Bharat Ratna- 2014
  • Honorary Member of the Order of Australia- 2012

Family of Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin was born in a Rajapur Saraswat Brahmin Maharashtrian family. Sachin’s father- Ramesh Tendulkar, was a well-known Marathi novelist and poet. While Sachin’s mother – Rajni worked in the insurance industry.

Sachin married Anjali Mehta who was a pediatrician and then became a housewife post-marriage. Sachin and Anjali have 2 kids- Sara Tendulkar and Arjun Tendulkar. 

All Sachin Tendulkar’s 100 Centuries List (Test, ODI, IPL):

Sachin Tendulkar’s Total Centuries -100 

The master blaster scored 100 centuries in international cricket, an invincible record. He scored centuries in India, South Africa, England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, New Zealand, Bangladesh, West Indies, UAE, Zimbabwe, and even Singapore, Namibia, and Malaysia, probably just about everywhere India played. He scored centuries in away tests, World Cups, series deciders, etc., just what the Indian team required. 

The effect Sachin had was huge. There were times when Sachin would be the lone warrior battling it for the Men in Blue. He was the one who could play well in all conditions, whether swing or spin. Sachin made his maiden century in 1990 and his last century in 2012, enough to define the caliber of the man Sachin Tendulkar.

The Impact of Sachin:

“ Sachin Tendulkar has often reminded me of a veteran army colonel who has many medals on his chest to show how he has conquered bowlers all over the world.”- Allan Donald

“I didn’t see Don but to me, in all my years associated with the game, I haven’t seen a better batsman than Sachin Tendulkar.” – Sir Vivian Richards 

“If I’ve to bowl to Sachin, I’ll bowl with my helmet on. He hits the ball so hard.”- Dennis Lillee

And Sachin always said – “Don’t stop chasing your dreams, because dreams do come true. 

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Sachin Tendulkar’s Test Centuries List:

S.No. Date Against Score Venue Result
1 09-Aug-90 England 119* Manchester Drawn
2 02-Jan-92 Australia 148* Sydney Drawn
3 01-Feb-92 Australia 114 Perth Lost
4 26-Nov-92 South Africa 111 Johannesburg Drawn
5 11-Feb-93 England 165 Chennai Won
6 27-Jul-93 Sri Lanka 104* Colombo Won
7 18-Jan-94 Sri Lanka 142 Lucknow Won
8 01-Dec-94 West Indies 179 Nagpur Drawn
9 06-Jun-96 England 122 Birmingham Lost
10 04-Jul-96 England 177 Nottingham Drawn
11 02-Jan-97 South Africa 169 Cape Town Lost
12 02-Aug-97 Sri Lanka 143 Colombo Drawn
13 09-Aug-97 Sri Lanka 139 Colombo Drawn
14 03-Dec-97 Sri Lanka 148 Mumbai Drawn
15 06-Mar-98 Australia 155* Chennai Won
16 25-Mar-98 Australia 177 Bangalore Lost
17 26-Dec-98 New Zealand 113 Wellington Lost
18 28-Jan-99 Pakistan 136 Chennai Lost
19 24-Feb-99 Sri Lanka 124* Colombo Drawn
20 10-Oct-99 New Zealand 126* Mohali Drawn
21 29-Oct-99 New Zealand 217 Ahmedabad Drawn
22 26-Dec-99 Australia 116 Melbourne Lost
23 18-Nov-00 Zimbabwe 122 New Delhi Won
24 25-Nov-00 Zimbabwe 201* Nagpur Drawn
25 18-Mar-01 Australia 126 Chennai Won
26 03-Nov-01 South Africa 155 Bloemfontein Lost
27 11-Dec-01 England 103 Ahmedabad Drawn
28 21-Feb-02 Zimbabwe 176 Nagpur Won
29 19-Apr-02 West Indies 117 Port of Spain Won
30 22-Aug-02 England 193 Leeds Won
31 30-Oct-02 West Indies 176 Kolkata Drawn
32 02-Jan-04 Australia 241* Sydney Drawn
33 28-Mar-04 Pakistan 194* Multan Won
34 10-Dec-04 Bangladesh 248* Dhaka Won
35 10-Dec-05 Sri Lanka 109 New Delhi Won
36 18-May-07 Bangladesh 101 Chittagong Drawn
37 25-May-07 Bangladesh 122* Mirpur Won
38 02-Jan-08 Australia 154* Sydney Lost
39 24-Jan-08 Australia 153 Adelaide Drawn
40 06-Nov-08 Australia 109* Nagpur Won
41 11-Dec-08 England 103* Chennai Won
42 18-Mar-09 New Zealand 160 Hamilton Won
43 16-Nov-09 Sri Lanka 100* Ahmedabad Drawn
44 17-Jan-10 Bangladesh 105* Chittagong Won
45 24-Jan-10 Bangladesh 143 Mirpur Won
46 06-Feb-10 South Africa 100 Nagpur Lost
47 14-Feb-10 South Africa 106 Kolkata Won
48 26-Jul-10 Sri Lanka 203 Colombo Drawn
49 09-Oct-10 Australia 214 Bangalore Won
50 16-Dec-10 South Africa 111* Centurion Lost
51 02-Jan-11 South Africa 146 Cape Town Drawn

Sachin scored 51 Test centuries in his career, and each of them was a gem of an innings. Sachin’s first century came in his ninth test in England, Manchester where Sachin made 119* in the 4th innings of the match and saved India from a defeat. 

Then he made 3 Test centuries in 1992, 2 in Australia and 1 in Johannesburg, South Africa.  In 1993, he made 165 in Chennai against England to lead India to victory. His next two tons were against Srilankans which contributed to India’s wins. On the tour of England in 1996, Sachin scored two tons, 122 and 177. If you want to know what is the middle name of Sachin Tendulkar then read this article. 

Sachin had a prolific 1997 in which he notched up 4 Test tons, in Cape Town, Colombo, and Mumbai. He then smashed 2 centuries against Australia and one against New Zealand in the following season.

Sachin Tendulkar’s centuries did not take a halt here after so many knocks. 1999 saw the might of Sachin, he smashed 5 centuries in the calendar year and also brought up his first double-hundred, 217 runs against New Zealand in Ahmedabad. In 2000, Zimbabwe toured India for a Test series, and Indian batsmen had a golden chance to better their averages by playing an easier opponent. India scored many runs in the series, Rahul Dravid and Sachin both made double tons. 

Sachin continued his great form in the early 2000s. Sachin added 7 more test centuries to his name in 2001 and 2002 combined. 

Sachin’s best knock:

2003 was a year for Sachin in Test cricket where he could not get a test 100. However, the reply of the legend was on the money. Sachin came back with a bang, when the series was at stake, Sachin smashed 241 in the decider at Sydney Cricket Ground. He did not hit a single cover drive in his innings of 241 till he crossed 200. The innings included 33 boundaries and took the Indian team’s total to 705 runs. The match ended in a draw and drew the series 1-1.

He followed it up with a 194* innings against Pakistan and a 248* against Bangladesh. 

2005-06 were a bit cold for Sachin in Test cricket with only one century. But what to say about 2010, Sachin won the cricketer of the year award. At 37, in the latter half of his career, Sachin showed his prime form. He added 7 centuries in 2010 alone, which also included 2 double centuries. 

2011 saw Sachin’s last Test hundred. He racked up 146 runs in the new year’s Test against South Africa, it turned out to be a crucial inning and India drew the Test.

Sachin Tendulkar’s total centuries in Test cricket – 51

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List of Sachin Tendulkar’s ODI Centuries

S.No. Date Against Score Venue Result
1 09-Sep-94 Australia 110 Colombo Won
2 28-Oct-94 New Zealand 115 Vadodara Won
3 11-Nov-94 West Indies 105 Jaipur Won
4 9 Apni 1995 Sri Lanka 112* Sharjah Won
5 18-Feb-96 Kenya 127* Cuttack Won
6 02-Mar-96 Sri Lanka 137 New Delhi Lost
7 05-Apr-96 Pakistan 100 Singapore Lost
8 15 Apni 1996 Pakistan 118 Sharjah Won
9 28-Aug-96 Sri Lanka 110 Colombo Lost
10 14-Dec-96 South Africa 114 Mumbai Won
11 09-Feb-97 Zimbabwe 104 Benoni Won
12 14-Mar-97 New Zealand 117 Bangalore Won
13 07-Apr-98 Australia 100 Kanpur Won
14 22-Apr-98 Australia 143 Sharjah Lost
15 24-Apr-98 Australia 134 Sharjah Won
16 31-May-98 Kenya 100* Kolkata Won
17 07-Jul-98 Sri Lanka 128 Colombo Won
18 26-Sep-98 Zimbabwe 127* Bulawayo Won
19 28-Oct-98 Australia 141 Dhaka Won
20 08-Nov-98 Zimbabwe 118* Sharjah Won
21 13-Nov-98 Zimbabwe 124* Sharjah Won
22 23-May-99 Kenya 140* Bristol Won
23 29-Aug-99 Sri Lanka 120 Colombo Won
24 08-Nov-99 New Zealand 186* Hyderabad Won
25 17-Mar-00 South Africa 122 Vadodara Won
26 20-Oct-00 Sri Lanka 101 Sharjah Lost
27 08-Dec-00 Zimbabwe 146 Jodhpur Lost
28 31-Mar-01 Australia 139 Indore Won
29 04-Jul-01 West Indies 122* Harare Won
30 05-Oct-01 South Africa 101 Johannesburg Lost
31 24-Oct-01 Kenya 146 Paarl Won
32 04-Jul-02 England 105* Chesterle-Street No Result
33 11-Jul-02 Sri Lanka 113 Bristol Won
34 23-Feb-03 Namibia 152 Pietermaritzburg Won
35 26-Oct-03 Australia 100 Gwalior Won
36 15-Nov-03 New Zealand 102 Hyderabad Won
37 16-Mar-04 Pakistan 141 RawalpIndi Lost
38 12-Apr-05 Pakistan 123 Ahmedabad Lost
39 06-Feb-06 Pakistan 100 Peshawar Lost
40 14-Sep-06 West Indies 141 Kuala Lumpur Lost
41 31-Jan-07 West Indies 100* Vadodara Won
42 02-Mar-08 Australia 117* Sydney Won
43 08-Mar-09 New Zealand 163* Christchurch Won
44 14-Sep-09 Sri Lanka 138 Colombo Won
45 05-Nov-09 Australia 175 Hyderabad Lost
46 24-Feb-10 South Africa 200* Gwalior Won
47 27-Feb-11 England 120 Bangalore Tied
48 12-Mar-11 South Africa 111 Nagpur Lost
49 16-Mar-12 Bangladesh 114 Mirpur Lost

Sachin made his ODI debut in 1989 in Pakistan. He played a total of 463 ODIs most by any individual player ever. Sachin opened in ODIs and batted long till the death overs and gave the innings much-needed stability. Out of his 49 ODI centuries, 33 came in a winning cause. Sachin Tendulkar’s ODI century against England in the 2011 World Cup was his best ton. 

Sachin notched up his first ODI century in 1994 against Australia. Later the same year Sachin scored 2 more centuries against New Zealand and the West Indies. In the 1996 World Cup, Sachin was the leading run-scorer, and he put together 2 centuries. 

Sachin was in sublime form in ODIs in 1998, assembling another 9 ODI tons to his name including 4 against Australia. The 2003 World Cup could also be named Sachin’s world cup, to be honest. He was the man of the series and the leading run-scorer of the tournament. He made a hundred(152) against Namibia and 6 fifties in the 2003 WC. Between 2004-08 Sachin made 6 ODI centuries a lean patch according to God’s standards.

Sachin then developed the habit of scoring the highest scores in one day. He fabricated a 163* followed by a 175 against Australia and then, eventually, it was the first 200 in ODI cricket(200*) in 2010 against South Africa.

Sachin had a good World Cup in 2011 and India won the World Cup after 28 years. Sachin received huge praise and chants from Sachin! Sachin! Rocked the Wankhede was rocked on the night of the finals. 

India player Virat Kohli said, “Tendulkar has carried the burden of the nation for 21 years.” It is time we carried him on our shoulders. ” And India players Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina, along with a few other players, took a victory lap carrying Sachin on their shoulders.

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Sachin Tendulkar IPL Centuries:

Sachin also performed well in the Indian premier league. Here is the detail of Sachin Tendulkar’s IPL total centuries.

S.No. Date Against Score Venue Result
1 15-April-2011 Kochi Tuskers Kerala 100 Mumbai Lost

Personal Information of Sachin Tendulkar:

Personal information
Full name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Born 24 April 1973 (age 49)
Bombay, Maharashtra, India
Nickname Little Master, Master Blaster[1][2]
Height 165 cm (5 ft 5 in)
Batting Right-handed
Bowling Right-arm leg break
Right-arm off-break
Role Top-order batsman
Relations Arjun Tendulkar (son)
Ramesh Tendulkar (father)

Sachin’s Retirement:

Sachin scored his last hundred 114 against Bangladesh in 2012 which was his 100th hundred. He bid adieu to international cricket in 2013. Post his retirement many of his records stand as it is in 2022,100 centuries, most test runs, and most capped Indian to name a few. He continues to be the best batsman to have played the wonderful game. 

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