Sachin Tendulkar is one of the best cricketers that the world has ever witnessed. The Legendary cricketer took the Indian cricket team to great heights following his significant contribution with the bat. He almost dedicated 23 years of his life to the game of cricket.
Renowned as the ‘Master Blaster’, Sachin made the debut in the Indian team at the age of 16. He went on to play such a game that the whole world became a fan of his batting style. In his illustrious career, he broke various records and also registered his own records.
Among the many records he created, many records are till date not broken even it has been seven years since Sachin has retired from the cricket. So, here are Sachin Tendulkar’s five records that are highly improbable to break:
5) Highest appearances in Test cricket
Sachin Tendulkar has played 200 Tests which is surely impossible to break. Former Indian cricketer and Sachin’s opening partner Virender Sehwag also once even said that it is impossible to surpass the record of Sachin following his highest Test appearances.
The opening batsman played a pivotal role in the longest format and subsequently played match-winning knocks for India. In 200 Test matches, he has scored 15,921 runs in the process, with an amazing average of 53.78, including 51 Test hundreds and 68 fifties.
He retired from the Test format after playing the last Test match against West Indies at his home ground Wankhede Stadium in 2013. His retirement from the game was an emotional moment for Indians.