ISBN: 9780143417408 Publisher: PenguinYear of publishing: 2013 Format: Paperback
No of Pages: 296 Language: English
Part of Indias World Cup-winning squad and the team that took India to its no. 1 Test ranking, Sachin Tendulkar has blazed his way through the cricketing world for more than two decades, tearing through...Read more
Part of Indias World Cup-winning squad and the team that took India to its no. 1 Test ranking, Sachin Tendulkar has blazed his way through the cricketing world for more than two decades, tearing through matches and records alike. The highest run-getter in both Tests and ODIs in the history of the game, he has also reached what is a truly fabulous milestone one hundred international centuries.
Sachin: Cricketer of the Century takes the reader on a journey from stellar innings to stellar innings, surveying the batting geniuss brilliant career through the eyes of a pantheon of people who are legends in their own right from Adam Gilchrist, Matthew Hayden, Nasser Hussain and Courtney Walsh to Waqar Younis, Sanath Jayasuriya, Kapil Dev, Sourav Ganguly and Rahul Dravid.
This is the ultimate tribute to the greatest batsman the modern era has seen.
About the author: Vimal Kumar
Vimal Kumar studied journalism at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi, and started his professional career with the International... Read more
Vimal Kumar studied journalism at the Indian Institute of Mass Communication (IIMC), Delhi, and started his professional career with the International Management Groups Trans World International (IMG- TWI). He has since worked for TV Today Network (Aaj Tak and Headlines Today) and Network18 (IBN7 and CNN-IBN) in their Hindi and English channels as a sports journalist. Besides his regular work on television as deputy sports editor for IBN7, he has also contributed to publications like Sports Illustrated, Outlook, Mid-Day, the Tribune, Child, Cricket Samrat, Cricket Today and websites like IBNlive.com, Cricketnext.com and IBNkhabar.com. Vimal has covered two cricket World Cups, in 2007 and 2011, and has reported on cricket in most of the Test-playing nations. He also presents guest lectures in IIMC and Manav Rachna University. His Twitter handle is @Vimalwa. Read less