Sachin Tendulkar (Cricketer) Height, Wife, Age, Career, Family, Net Worth Biography 2021

Sachin Tendulkar is a retired Indian cricketer. He is recognized around the world as the top-ranked batsman in cricket history. Tendulkar made his Test debut against Pakistan at the age of just 16 and has since played international cricket for India for nearly 24 years. He holds several world records, including most centuries in trial cricket and international one-day cricket. He was the first cricketer to score a century in a combination of international one-day cricket and trial cricket. He set the record for the 2012 Asian Cup cricket match against Bangladesh. He is the owner of the first two centuries in the history of international day cricket.

 

Biography :-

Real name     Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Nickname  Tendulkar
Known name Sachin Tendulkar
Date of birth 24 April 1973
Birthplace   Nirmal Nursing Home in Dadar, Bombay
Hometown   Nirmal Nursing Home in Dadar, Bombay
Age as of 2021  48 Years
Nationality Indian
Boyfriend / Affairs  Anjali Tendulkar
Profession  Cricketer
Jersey Number  10 India,10 IPL, Mumbai Indians
Bat Style Right Handed Bat
Religion  Hindu
Nature on  Field Cool
Food Habit  Vegetarian

 

 

Education and Family : –

School Name  Shardashram Vidyamandir School, Mumbai
College/University Name Not Known
Father Name  Late Ramesh Tendulkar
Mother Name  Rajni Tendulkar
Marital Status    Married
Spouse Name  Anjali Tendulkar
Brother’s Name   Nitin Tendulkar, Ajit Tendulkar
Sister’s Name  Savita Tendulkar
Children’s Name    Daughter- Sara Tendulkar, Son- Arjun Tendulkar

Early Life of Cricket :-

As a child, Sachin, like John McEnroe, was drawn to tennis, but his grandfather Ajit introduced him to famous cricket trainer Ramakant Achrekar at Shivaji Park in Dadar. At Achrekar’s direction, Sachin of Dadar was accepted into Shardashram Vidyamandir High School and Achrekar began teaching him cricket. During this time, Sachin helped his school acquire the Gujarati Seva Mandal Matunga Shield. Tendulkar played as a substitute for the Pakistani cricket team coached by Imran Khan in an exhibition game that marked the Cricket Club of India’s Golden Jubilee at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai. He played cricket for India and England. 1986 World Championship. Tendulkar marked a century in each lap. He and friend Vinod Kambli formed a partnership record of 74 races. In that match, Sachin scored an unbeaten 328 * in 6 innings and scored over a thousand points across the competition.

 

 

International Cricket :-

Starting – After just one season of first-class cricket, Raj Singh Dungarpur selected Sachin as a member of the Indian team for the India tour against Pakistan in 1969. He made his Test debut at the age of just 18 in the Karachi Test. He was served by Walker Yunus for only fifteen in that game. In Sialkot’s test, he continued to play despite being hit on the nose by Walker Yunus. In an exhibition game over 20 times in Peshawar, Tendulkar scored 53 with just 16 balls. He scored 26 points in another for famous Pakistani player Abdul Qadir.

Domestic Crickets :-

Although Tendulkar had the opportunity to play for the Mumbai cricket team at the Ranji Trophy, he never had an opportunity to play in the top eleven in any game. On the New Zealand tour of India, Tendulkar had a chance to kick the ball from Indian captain Kapil Dev, who was training on the net at Wankhede Stadium, but Tendulkar played with ease. Mumbai cricket captain Dilip Bangsarkar gave him a chance at Mumbai XI. At the age of 15 years and 232 days, Sachin made his debut as the youngest Indian cricketer to reach a century in top-class cricket, scoring an unbeaten 100 * in national first-class cricket for Mumbai. against Gujarat. . He went on to score hundreds in the Deodhar Trophy and Dilip Trophy.

 

 

Emergence :-

Tendulkar made his ODI debut against New Zealand in Auckland in 1994. In that game, he scored 72 49-ball runs. He marked the first international century of his life in a day of international cricket against Australia in Colombo, Sri Lanka. At the 1998 Cricket World Cup, he became the top scorer in races in two centuries.

 

 

Captaincy :-

After Sachin Mohammad Azharuddin, he was elected captain of the Indian cricket team in 1999. But his life as a captain was not very successful. After winning the captaincy title, India toured Australia and lost 0-3. Tendulkar resigned as captain after South Africa visited India and beat India 2-0.

World Cup Win :-

At the 2011 World Cricket Championship, Sri Lanka’s Tillakaratne Dilshan became the tournament’s second-best scorer after scoring 462 points with an average of 53.55. In the final of this competition, India defeated Sri Lanka and won the world championship. It was the most important moment in Tendulkar’s life.

 

 

Awards & Achievements :-

2010: ICC Awards – Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy for Best Cricketer.
2008: Padma Vibhushan, India’s 2nd highest award.
2004 – 2007: Inclusion in the ICC World ODI XI as a player.
2005: Rajiv Gandhi Award.
2003: Cricket World Cup for Player of the Year.
2001: Received the highest citizen award by the Government of Maharashtra.
1999: Padma Shri, India’s highest civilian award.
2001: Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna is the highest honor in sports in India.
1997: Wisden Cricketer of the Year.
1997-198: Arjuna Award by the Government of India for unprecedented results in cricket.
2010: Won The Asian Award as London Sport and the People’s Choice Award.
2019: Sachin’s name is listed in the ICC Hall of Fame. He was awarded this rare honor as the sixth Indian cricketer.
2020: Indian icon Sachin Tendulkar wins Lorias World Sports Awards.

 

 

Retirement :-

Tendulkar announced his retirement from one-day international cricket on December 23, 2012, after failing to play England as planned. In response to the decision, former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly felt that Tendulkar should have played Pakistan in the next game. Former Indian cricketers Anil Kumble and Javagal paid tribute to Srinath Sachin. On October 10, 2013, Tendulkar announced that he would retire from the cricket test after testing the 200th test of his life. The Bengal Cricket Association and the Mumbai Cricket Association have organized various events to commemorate Sachin’s retirement.

 

 

Net Worth, House & Cars :-

Salary/Income    Rs. 82 core as in 2018
House Address  Not Known
Net Worth approx Rs. 1300 core as in 2018
Car Collection  BMW i9,Nissan GT-R,BMW X5 M50D

 

 

Favorites :-

Favorite Food   Crab masala, Mutton Curry, Lassi, Sushi
Favorite Actress  Madhuri Dixit, Aishwarya Rai
Favorite Actor  Amitabh Bachchan, Amir Khan
Favorite Hobbies    Traveling, Cricket, Reading
Favorite Color  Green, White
Favorite Singer  Lata Mangeshkar, Udit Narayan
Favorite Cricketer  Sir Vivian Richards, Anil Kumble, Glenn Mcgrath
Favorite Film    3 idiots

Advertising :-

As a living legend and one of the best batsmen in the world, Sachin Tendulkar participated in advertisements for the following products and companies Product Name Expiry.

• 1990-2021: Boost
• 1995-2000: Action Shoes
• 1992-2021: Pepsi
• 2004-2006: Airtel
• 2005-2006: Nazara Technologies
• 2001-2006:Britannia
• 2001-2006:Home trade
• 2007 – 2009: Canon
• 2006-2021: Reynolds
• 2002-2005:TVS
• 2007-2013: Sunfest
• 2003-2005: National Egg Coordination Committee
• 2002-2021: ESPN Star Sports

 

 

Figure, Height, and Weight : –

Hair Color     Shardashram Vidyamandir School, Mumbai
Eye Color    Dark Brown
Height feet   5 feet 5 inches 
Meters      1.65 m
Centimeter  165 cm 
Weight  62 Kg
Figure Chest Size 38 inches
Waist Size      30 inches
Biceps Size  13 inches

 

 

Contact Details :-

Social Media Accounts  Facebook, Twitter & Instagram
Email Address  Update
Mobile Number  Update

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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