If cricket is a religion in India, then Tendulkar is God. Not just a deity, but the only one. When he bats a billion Indians tune in. Stadiums fill when he comes to the crease. High-class batsmen ahead of him in the batting order have been booed because the crowd cannot wait to see Sachin. And when he is out, the ground will often empty as quickly as it filled. This collection, edited by Wisden's John Stern, covers Tendulkar's 20 thrilling years in Test cricket, from the highs - as he became the first ever batsman to make a double hundred in a one-day international - to the lows - such as the accusations of ball tampering. With 100 international hundreds under his belt, it is hard to dispute the fact that Tendulkar is the world's greatest batsman.