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Sachin Tendulkar And His Family
Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973, in Dadar, Bombay, Maharashtra, as the youngest of four siblings, to Ramesh Tendulkar, a Marathi novelist and Rajni, who worked in the insurance industry. He was named after his father’s favourite music director, Sachin Dev Burman.
As a young boy, he was a bully. His older brother encouraged him to play cricket to divert his attention from fights and introduced him to Ramakant Achrekar, a reputed cricket coach.
Age, Physical Appearance, and Height
Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973, and according to the calculation, his current age is 49.
Let’s Talk about his Height, Weight & Physical Status as the main things for the Cricket Industry. Fans also attract the Height, Weight & Physical Status of Sachin Tendulkar is 165 cm and 1.65 m and feet inches- 5′ 5″. His weight is in kilograms- 62 kg. Weight.
Sachin Tendulkar has a Waist Size of 30 Inches and a chest of 38 Inches, And biceps of 13 Inches. he has Black colour hair and Black colour eyes. Besides this, he is wearing a shoe size 9.
Sachin Tendulkar went to ‘Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School,’ as suggested by Achrekar, as the school had a rich cricketing tradition. He shone as a star cricketer, playing for his school. Subsequently, he had people predicting that he would become a famous player one day.
Along with his friend Vinod Kambli, he was involved in a record 664-run partnership in an inter-school match against ‘St. Xavier’s High School’ in 1988.
Sachin Tendulkar met Anjali, a doctor, in 1990 and dated her for five years before tying the knot in 1995. The couple has two children. His son Arjun is also a cricketer.
He is actively involved with ‘Apnalaya,’ an NGO, and sponsors 200 underprivileged children annually. He has also used his popularity to help many other charities raise funds for several noble causes, including cancer research and education.
He began his first-class domestic career in 1988, playing for Mumbai and scoring a century in his first match. He ended the season as the highest run-scorer.
He was soon selected for the national team due to his impressive performance in first-class matches. He made his international test debut against Pakistan in November 1989, aged 16.
Even though Sachin Tendulkar could not score many runs in the series, he got noticed for his batting technique and dedication to the sport. He also debuted in One Day International (ODI) in 1989.
During the 1991-92 tour of Australia, Sachin made 148 runs in one of the matches and 114 in another, batting against reputed bowlers like Merv Hughes, Craig McDermott, and Bruce Reid.
Asked to open the batting against New Zealand in an ODI in 1994, he set the stadium on fire, blasting 82 runs off just 49 balls. The very same year, he made his first ODI century against Australia.
In 1998, Australia was on tour to India, and the series was hyped as the ‘Sachin versus Warne contest. Sachin blasted Warne in the series and made two centuries in the three-test series. Sachin played a vital role in India’s win in the series.
Sachin had two brief stints as captain of the Indian cricket team, and both were unsuccessful. He took over as captain in 1996, but the team performed poorly, and he gave up the captaincy in 1997. He was again made the captain in 1999 but was unsuccessful and gave up captaincy the same year.
India was one of the favourites to win the 2003 ‘Cricket World Cup’, where he performed superbly, making 673 runs in 11 matches to help India reach the finals. The team, however, lost the finals to Australia, and Sachin was adjudged ‘Man of the Tournament.’
After going through a difficult phase, he regained his form in 2007, completing 11,000 test runs to become the leading run-scorer in India. In the ‘Border-Gavaskar Trophy’ in 2007–08, he scored 493 runs in four tests, demonstrating his unbelievable batting skills.
Sachin was again at his best in the 2011 ‘World Cup’ during which he made 482 runs, including two centuries. India faced Sri Lanka in the finals and won the match—it was the first ‘World Cup victory for him.
His form faltered after the ‘World Cup,’ and he went through a lean phase. He retired from all forms of cricket in November 2013 and was given a very emotional farewell by his fans.
In 2014, Sachin Tendulkar was appointed as the ‘Team Icon’ for the popular ‘IPL team ‘Mumbai Indians.’ In addition, he was also announced as the ambassador of the 2015 ‘ICC Cricket World Cup.’
Mr Sachin Tendulkar owns 2 Restaurants, one in Mumbai and one in Bangalore. The Net worth of Sachin is more than Rs. One thousand two hundred forty crores make him the richest cricketer ahead of Kohli and Dhoni. His net worth includes properties, cars, remuneration, investments, and miscellaneous assets.
Sachin Tendulkar owns a luxury designer House in 19-A, Perry Cross Rd, Bandra West, Mumbai. He Built this House in 2009. The Cost of the House is around Rs.60 Crores
- Sachin is one of the most prolific cricketers ever—the first person to score a double century in ODIs, the only player to score 100 centuries, and the only player to have amassed over 30,000 runs in all forms of international cricket. It is no surprise that he occupies a legendary status in India.
- Sachin Tendulkar holds the world record for scoring the highest number of runs and centuries in both test cricket and one-day internationals. He has scored 15,921 runs and 51 centuries in test cricket. In ODIs, he has scored 18,426 runs and 49 centuries.
- He is the first person to score a double century in ODIs.
- He is the only cricketer to have played 200 test matches so far.
- In addition to the numerous cricketing awards he has won, Sachin is also a proud recipient of several awards from the Government of India. He was awarded the ‘Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna,’ India’s highest sporting award, in 1997-98 for his achievements in cricket.
- He was honoured with the ‘Bharat Ratna,’ India’s highest civilian award, in 2014 in recognition of his spectacular contributions to cricket. He became the first sportsperson and the youngest individual to receive the award.
- Ferrari 360 Modena
- Nissan GT-R
- BMW i8
- BMW M5
- BMW X5M
- BMW M6
- And many others