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Sachin Tendulkar’s CVs from the age of 11-15

Youngest players to score Test century
Sachin Tendulkar. (Photo Source: PA Photos)

Former Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is considered to be one the best players in the history of the game. Sachin along with the former Australian great Don Bradman are two of the best batsmen cricket has been graced with. Sachin is known not just for his records but for the kind of impact had on the game.

As we travel back in time, the school boy from Sharadashram Vidyamandir had humbly described his superlative performances in his CV. The Ring Side View managed to get a hold of Sachin’s resume that includes his cricket career from 11 to 15 years of age, the CV comprised 7 pages. Let’s have a detailed look at it:

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Page 1: He started off saying, he plays season ball cricket from the age of 11, which is the major stepping stone for kids, who dream of playing cricket. He mentioned himself as a middle-order batsman and a right-arm medium pace bowler.

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Page 1 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 2: This one is for the Don Bosco High school!! Sachin mentioned a fifty against Don Bosch High School as the first notable achievement in his illustrious career. Later at 12 years of age, he scored his maiden ton in the quarter-finals of the ‘Harris Shield’ inter-school cricket tournament, also against the same school.

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Page 2 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 3: At 13 years of age, the little master was selected for the national coaching camp for the under-15 team, which is the highlight of this page.

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Page 3 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 4: Sachin’s bat starts to roar – at the age of 13, he started scoring runs as the story of the legend begins. He scored 2336 runs with 9 centuries and had claimed 27 wickets as well.

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Page 4 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 5: The world record partnership – On page 5, he mentioned the world record partnership with his schoolmate Vinod Kambli worth 664 runs in the semi-final of the ‘Harris Shield’ inter-school cricket tournament. Tendulkar also became the youngest cricketer to be included in the 14-member ‘Ranji Trophy’ team for Mumbai.

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Page 5 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 6: Sachin Tendulkar got a letter of appreciation from Sunil Gavaskar and Dilip Vengasarkar presented him a new English willow cricket bat.

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Page 6 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

Page 7: Despite scoring a lot of hundreds, Tendulkar was good with the ball as well.

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Page 7 of Sachin Tendulkar’s CV. (Photo Source: The Ring Side View)

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