Sachin Tendulkar : Total One day International (ODI) century list.
Sachin Tendulkar has scored the most number of one day cricket century than any other batsmen in the world! Sachin Tendulkar, easily the biggest cricketer/sportsperson India has ever produced and if we consider statistics, this Mumbai born is above any batsman who has ever played the game at highest level.

Sachin Tendulkar, as of today = March 2012, has 49 century in one day international cricket and following is the list of all hundreds made by him in his career of 50 over cricket.

Highest ODI score = 200* : versus South Africa at captain Roop Singh stadium in Gwalior.. Sachin's previous best was 186 against New Zealand and leads the list of highest ODI score by a batsman.

Century against each country : Sachin Tendulkar has scored a one day century against each country. Sachin has most ODI century versus Australia = 8, followed by 7 against Srilanka and 5 each against New Zealand and Zimbabwe.

Most century at a venue = Sharjah in UAE where Sachin has scored 7 century. Followed by RPS ground in Colombo and Relaince stadium in Baroda where Tendulkar has 3 century in ODI each.

ODI career summary : Matches = 463, Innings = 452, Not out = 41, Runs = 18426, Average = 44.83, Highest score = 200*, Hundreds = 49, Fifties = 96, fours = 2016, sixes = 195.

List updated : 23 Dec 2012 when Sachin announced his retirement from one day cricket. He played his last ODI against Pakistan at Mirpur on 18th March 2012, scoring 52 off 48 balls against Pakistan..

Also see :-
Sachin Tendulkar : Test match century list.
List of all century made by Sachin Tendulkar in ODI cricket
Runs Balls 4s 6s Pos Versus Venue Date
200* 147 25 3 2 South Africa Gwalior 24 Feb 2010
186* 150 20 3 2 New Zealand Hyd'bad 8 Nov 1999
175 141 19 6 2 Australia Hyd'bad 5 Nov 2009
163* 133 16 5 2 New Zealand C'church 8 Mar 2009
152 151 18 0 2 Namibia P'sburg 23 Feb 2003
146 153 15 2 2 Zimbabwe Jodhpur 8 Dec 2000
146 153 15 2 2 Kenya Paarl 24 Oct 2001
143 131 9 5 2 Australia Sharjah 22 Apr 1998
141* 148 13 5 2 West Indies K'Lumpur 14 Sep 2006
141 128 13 3 2 Australia Dhaka 28 Oct 1998
141 135 17 1 2 Pakistan R'pindi 16 Mar 2004
140* 101 16 3 4 Kenya Bristol 23 May 1999
139 125 19 0 2 Australia Indore 31 Mar 2001
138 133 19 0 2 Sri Lanka Colombo 14 Sep 2009
137 137 8 5 2 Sri Lanka Delhi 2 Mar 1996
134 131 12 3 4 Australia Sharjah 24 Apr 1998
128 131 12 3 2 Sri Lanka Colombo 7 July 1998
127* 138 15 1 2 Kenya Cuttack 18 Feb 1996
127* 130 13 1 1 Zimbabwe Bulawayo 26 Sep 1998
124* 92 12 6 2 Zimbabwe Sharjah 13 Nov 1998
123 130 12 2 2 Pakistan Ahmedabad 12 Apr 2005
122* 131 12 1 2 West Indies Harare 4 July 2001
122 138 12 0 2 South Africa Vadodra 17 Mar 2000
120 115 10 5 2 England Bengaluru 27 Feb 2011
120 141 11 2 1 Sri Lanka Colombo 29 Aug 1999
118* 112 14 2 2 Zimbabwe Sharjah 8 Nov 1998
118 140 8 2 2 Pakistan Sharjah 15 Apr 1996
117* 120 10 0 2 Australia Sydney 2 Mar 2008
117 137 13 2 2 New Zealand Bangalore 14 May 1997
115 136 19 3 2 New Zealand Vadodra 28 Oct 1994
114 147 12 1 2 Bangladesh Dhaka 16 Mar 2012
114 126 14 0 1 South Africa Mumbai 14 Dec 1996
113 102 12 1 4 Sri Lanka Bristol 11 July 2002
112* 107 15 1 2 Sri Lanka Sharjah 9 Apr 1995
111 101 8 3 2 South Africa Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
110 130 8 2 2 Australia Colombo 9 Sep 1994
110 138 5 1 2 Sri Lanka Colombo 28 Aug 1996
105* 108 8 1 4 England C'Street 4 Jul 2002
105 134 10 0 2 West Indies Jaipur 11 Nov 1994
104 97 8 1 2 Zimbabwe Benoni 9 Feb 1997
102 91 12 1 2 New Zealand Hyd'bad 15 Nov 2003
101 140 3 1 2 Sri Lanka Sharjah 20 Oct 2000
101 129 9 0 2 South Africa Jo'burg 5 Oct 2001
100* 103 13 0 2 Kenya Kolkata 31 May 1998
100* 76 10 1 4 West Indies Vadodra 31 Jan 2007
100 111 9 1 2 Pakistan S'pore 5 Apr 1996
100 89 5 7 2 Australia Kanpur 7 Apr 1998
100 119 9 1 2 Australia Gwalior 26 Oct 2003
100 113 10 1 2 Pakistan Peshawar 6 Feb 2006