Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born 24 April 1973 in Mumbai, India and also known as “Little Master” and the “Cricketing God” is an Indian cricketer widely regarded as one of the greatest batsmen in the history of cricket and currently holds the record for most hundreds in both Tests and One Day Internationals. Tendulkar is the most complete batsman and the most worshipped cricketer in the world.
Vital statistics of Sachin Tendulkar against Australia
Sachin against Australia in Test Matches
Sachin Tendulkar has made 3151 runs from 31 tests in 59 innings against Australia at an average of 60.59 with 11 centuries, 13 fifties and 4 ducks.
• In Australia: Tendulkar made 1522 runs from 16 tests in 30 innings at an average of 58.53 with 6 centuries, 5 fifties and 3 ducks. Sachin’s highest test score of 241 runs not out also came in Australia.
• In India: Sachin made 1629 runs from 15 tests in 29 innings at an average of 62.65 with 5 centuries, 8 fifties and 1 ducks.
Sachin against Australia in One Day Matches
Sachin Tendulkar has made 3058 runs against Australia in 68 one day matches at an average of 46.33 with 9 centuries, 15 fifties and 2 ducks.
• In Australia: Sachin has made 1348 runs against Australia from 40 matches at an average of 37.44 with 1 century and 10 fifties in One Day Internationals.
• In India: Sachin has made 1561 runs against Australia from 30 matches at an average of 52.03 with 4 centuries, 9 fifties and 1 duck in One Day Internationals.
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