Sachin Tendulkar's hunger for centuries was developed long before he made it to the Indian team at a record-breaking age of 16. In fact, the batting maestro, who retired last November from all forms of cricket, was always keen to get to the three-figure mark even when he was a 12-year-old kid.
Ajit Tendulkar, Sachin's elder brother and one of the guiding forces in his 24-year career, recalled the time when Sachin was restless to score his first ever hundred. "He was just 12, playing a Harris Shield inter-school match.
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