Sachin Tendulkar Height, Age, Wife, Debut, Family, Biography, Records & More

Sachin Tendulkar Height, Age, Wife, Debut, Family, Biography, Records & More


Original Name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Nickname Tendya
Names that Earned God of Cricket, Little Master, Master Blaster
Profession Cricketer
Physical Stats or More
Height (guess) – 165 centimeters
– 1.65 meters
– 5’ 5” feet inches
Eye Colour Dark Brown
Hair Colour Black
International Debut ODI: December 18, 1989, at Gujranwala, against Pakistan
Test: November 15, 1989, in Karachi against PakistanT20: December 1, 2006, in Johannesburg against South Africa
International Retirement • On December 23, 2012, he declared his retirement from One Day Internationals.
• On October 10, 2013, Tendulkar declared that following the two-Test series against the West Indies in November, he would retire from all forms of cricket.
Last Match Test: November 14–16, 2013 against West Indies at Mumbai

ODI: March 18, 2012, against Pakistan in Dhaka

T20: December 1, 2006, against South Africa in Johannesburg (it was his only T20I)

Batting style Right-handed Batsman
Batting Stats highest Runs

Test: In 200 games, he averaged 53.79 and had a strike rate of 54.08, scoring 15921 runs in 329 innings; his highest score was 248. In addition to hitting 2058 fours and 69 sixes, he amassed six double centuries, 51 centuries, and 68 half-centuries. He encountered 29437 balls. He has 14 ducks to his credit and has been undefeated for 33 times.

• In One-Day Internationals (ODIs), he participated in 463 games and amassed 18426 runs in 452 innings at an average of 44.83 and a strike rate of 86.24. His greatest score was 200. In addition to hitting 2016 fours and 195 sixes, he amassed 49 centuries, 96 half-centuries, and one double century. Over 21367 balls, he faced. He has 20 ducks to his credit and has not been out of the bag 41 times.

T20I: He participated in just one T20I and scored ten runs. He hit two fours and had an 83.33 strike rate against 12 balls.

In the IPL: He participated in 78 games, scoring 2334 runs in 78 innings at a strike rate of 119.82 and an average of 33.83. In addition to hitting 295 fours and 29 sixes, he amassed a century and fourteen half-centuries. He has four ducks to his credit and has not been out of the water eleven times.

Bowling Stats Most Wickets

Test: In 200 games, he claimed 46 wickets in 145 innings of play. He gave up 2492 runs at an economy of 3.53 and an average of 54.17. He struck out on 4240 balls at a strike percentage of 92.17. His best bowling average in a game was 3/14, and in an inning, it was 3/10.

ODI: He participated in 463 matches and claimed 154 wickets in 270 innings. He scored 6850 runs at an average of 44.48 and an economy of 5.1. His strike rate was 52.3, and he delivered 8054 balls. In a match, he bowled 5/32 at his best.

T20I: He participated in just one T20I and claimed one wicket. He gave up 12 runs with an economy of 4.8 and an average of 12. His strike rate was 15 and he delivered 15 balls. In a match, he bowled 1/12 at his best.

In the IPL, he participated in 78 games and claimed 0 wickets in 4 innings. He delivered 36 balls and gave up 58 runs with an economy of 9.67.

Fielding Stats Test: He has 115 catches under his belt and 8 runouts.
ODI: His stats include 140 catches and 23 runouts.
T20I: He only accepted one catch.
• In the IPL, there are three runouts and 23 catches.
Jersey Number • Jersy no. 10 (India)

• #10 (Mumbai Indians, IPL)

• He additionally wore jersey numbers 33 and 99 in a few games.

Note: After players declined to wear his number 10 jersey in his honor, the BCCI retired it in November 2017. Only one player, Shardul Thakur, wore it for his ODI debut against Sri Lanka in Colombo in August 2016, following Tendulkar’s retirement in 2013.

Domestic/State Teams Yorkshire; Mumbai; Mumbai Indians
Coach or Mentor Ramakant Achrekar

Nature on field Cool
Favourite Shot Straight Drive
Records (main ones) • In 1998, he amassed the most One-Day International runs by a batsman in a calendar year with 1,894 runs.
• 15,921 is the most test runs.
• 18,426 is the most ODI runs.
• 200 is the most tests ever played.
• 463 is the most ODIs ever played.
• The first batsman to reach two hundred runs in an ODI
• The only batsman with 100 international centuries is
• 51 is the most Test centuries.
The highest amount of ODI tons (49).
• 96 ODI half-centuries, the majority
• World Cup record for most runs (2,278) and most appearances (6 editions)
• The majority of fifty in tests (68)
• In Test cricket (195 innings), fastest to 10,000 runs (tied with Brian Lara (WI) and Kumar Sangakkara (SL))
• Maximum number of runs in a single World Cup edition (673 runs in 2003)
• Maximum number of ODI hundreds in a year (9 in 1998)
• Just one person has ever achieved the uncommon ODI triple: 15,000 runs (18426), 100 wickets (154), and 140 catches.
• Seven times in a calendar year is the most runs scored (1000)
• Highest Fours: 2016
• The most runs in World Cup history: 2278 runs in 45 matches, averaging 56.95.
• Six centuries in 44 innings are the most in World Cups.
• World Cups with the most Man of the Match titles: nine
• 62 is the most Man of the Match titles won in ODIs.
• 76 Man of the Match titles in total, across all formats
• There are 20 Man of the Series titles overall.
• In all three of his domestic first-class tournaments—the Ranji, Irani, and Duleep Trophies—no player has ever scored a century on debut.
Awards, Honours, Achievements National Honours by Government

The Government of India bestowed the Arjuna Award in 1994.

Rajiv Gandhi was awarded the Khel Ratna, India’s highest honor for sporting achievement, in 1997-98.

Padma Shri, India’s fourth highest civilian award, was bestowed in 1999.

2001: Maharashtra Bhushan Award, the state’s highest civilian honor.

Padma Vibhushan, India’s second-highest civilian award, was bestowed in 2008.

Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honor, was bestowed in 2014.

Other Honours

Wisden Cricketer of the Year in 1997
2003: Tournament Player of the 2003 Cricket World Cup

In 2010, he was appointed Honorary Group Captain by the Indian Air Force.

BCCI Cricketer of the Year in 2011.
2012: Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) Honorary Life Membership
In 2013, the Indian Postal Service issued a stamp honoring Tendulkar, making him the second Indian after Mother Teresa to have such a stamp issued during their lifetime.
Inducted into the International Cricket Council’s Hall of Fame in 2019, along with South African pace legend Allan Do.
Donald and two-time World Cup-winning Australian woman cricketer Cathryn Fitzpatrick.

2020: Tendulkar’s World Cup-winning moment won the Laureus Sporting Moment award in February. Following India’s World Cup victory in 2011, the moment Sachin Tendulkar was lifted on the shoulders of his teammates was named the Laureus best sporting moment in the last 20 years. Sachin is the first Indian athlete to receive a Laureus World Sports Award, also known as the ‘Oscars of Sport.’ Tendulkar tweeted after receiving the award, “Thank you all for the overwhelming love and support!” This @LaureusSport award is dedicated to India, all of my teammates, fans, and well-wishers in India and around the world who have always supported Indian cricket.”

2023: Sachin Tendulkar and Brian Lara joined the likes of Sir Donald Bradman, Alan Davidson, and Arthur Morris in having a set of gates named after them at the Sydney Cricket Ground; the gate was unveiled on the occasion of Sachin Tendulkar’s 50th birthday.

Tendulkar has numerous other awards and accolades to his name.

Career Turning Point In 1989, he scored his first Test fifty against a tough Pakistani bowling attack in Faisalabad.
Personal Life
Date of Birth (Tuesday, April 24, 1973)
Age (In 2024) 51 years, after April
Birthplace Nirmal Nursing Home is located in Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
Zodiac sign Taurus
Nationality Indian

Hometown Mumbai is a city in Maharashtra, India.
School • The New English School of the Indian Education Society in Bandra (East), Mumbai
• Shardashram Vidyamandir School in Mumbai’s Dadar district
College/University Did Not Attend Any
Educational Qualification High School
Religion Hinduism
Caste Rajapur Saraswat Brahmin
Address Bandra (West), Bandra 19-A, Perry Cross Road
Hobbies Collecting perfume, watches, and CDs, as well as listening to music
Controversies Ball-tampering charge: Referee Mike Denness suspended him for one Test match in 2001 for failing to notify umpires that he was cleaning the seam of the ball during the Port Elizabeth Test against South Africa. Tendulkar was later found not guilty of tampering by the ICC. Tendulkar was cleaning the ball without the umpire’s permission, according to ICC spokesperson Mark Harrison, rather than tampering with the ball. He stated,

“It’s still an offense but it’s not as serious as ball tampering.”

• Criticism for low attendance in parliament: During his tenure as a Rajya Sabha Member, he was frequently chastised for being absent from Parliament sittings and failing to raise any questions in the house.

Name appeared in the Pandora Papers leak: On 3 October 2021, Sachin Tendulkar’s name appeared in the Pandora Papers leak, which was exposed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), a global journalistic collaboration. It claimed to have obtained financial information on many celebrities in 91 countries, including India. According to the ICIJ, secret documents linked offshore assets to some celebrities, including cricketer Sachin Tendulkar, pop music diva Shakira, supermodel Claudia Schiffer, and an Italian mafia figure known as “Lell the Fat One.” Tendulkar’s attorney, on the other hand, claimed that Tendulkar had already informed the authorities about his investments.

Casino used his morphed images for promotion: On February 24, 2022, Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to announce that he would file a lawsuit against a casino that used his morphed image for promotion. According to reports, a Goa-based casino called ‘Big Daddy’ used its morphed image to promote itself on social media.

Paytm First Games Promotion: Sachin Tendulkar received backlash from his fans after appearing in an advertisement endorsing an online gaming app, Paytm First Games. Many of his followers were disappointed by his association with such an app. On August 31, 2023, several politicians, including Bachchu Kadu, organized a protest outside Sachin Tendulkar’s home in Bandra, Mumbai. In an interview, Kadu expressed his concern that Sachin Tendulkar’s endorsement of a gambling app like Paytm First Games might call into question his suitability as a Bharat Ratna awardee. According to Bachchu Kadu,

“Those who have received the Bharat Ratna must adhere to a code of conduct. On August 30, 2023, we will send Sachin Tendulkar a notice. We had given him until the 30th to complete his task. He has yet to clarify any of his positions in this regard. So we’re going to serve him with a legal notice. Sachin Tendulkar has been awarded the Bharat Ratna. It is inappropriate for someone with a large fan base and Bharat Ratna to promote a gambling app like Paytm First. I request that the Maharashtra government and Sachin Tendulkar immediately ban this advertisement.”

Relationships or More
Marital Status Married
Affairs or Girlfriends Anjali Tendulkar (She is a Pediatrician)
Marriage Date May 24, 1995

Wife/Spouse Anjali Tendulkar (She is a Pediatrician)

Children His Daughter– Sara Tendulkar
His Son– Arjun Tendulkar (He is a Cricketer)
Parents His Father– Late Ramesh Tendulkar (He was a Novelist)
His Mother– Rajni Tendulkar
Siblings Ajit Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Brother), Nitin Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Brother).
Savita Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Sister)Please take note of the images in the Parents’ Section.
Cricketers Sunil Gavaskar and Sir Vivian Richards are the batsmen.

Wasim Akram, Anil Kumble, Shane Warne, Muttiah Muralitharan, Glenn McGrath, and Curtly Ambrose are the bowlers.

Cricket Grounds Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) and Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium
Food Prawn Curry, Crab Masala, Keema Paratha, Lassi, Chingri Prawns, Mutton Biryani, Mutton Curry, Baigan Bharta, Sushi, Varan Bhaat (Maharashtrian dish)
Street Gola Ice Gola
Actor(s Sly Stallone, Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir Khan, and Nana Patekar
Actress Madhuri Dixit
Films In Bollywood: Sholay
In Hollywood: Coming To America
Musicians Bappi Lahiri, Sachin Dev Burman, Dire Straits
Singers Lata Mangeshkar and Kishore Kumar
Song Bappi Lahiri’s “Yaad Aa Raha Hai Tera Pyar”
Color Blue
Perfume Comme des Garcons
Restaurants • The Harbour Bay in Mumbai

• The Bukhara Maurya Sheraton in Delhi

Hotel Sydney’s Park Royal Darling
Destinations Mussorie, New Zealand
Sports Lawn Tennis, Formula 1 and Golf
Tennis Players Roger Federer and John McEnroe
Style Quotient
Car(s) Collection BMW “30 Jahre M5” Limited Edition, BMW X5 M, BMW X5 M50d, BMW 760Li, BMW i8, Lamborghini Urus S, Nissan GT-R

Money Factor
Income (as of 2024) Rs. 99 crore/annum
Net Worth $169 million (Rs. 1500 crore) (as of 2024)

Some Un-Known Facts About Sachin Tendulkar

  • Sachin Tendulkar is an Indian cricket legend who scored over 34,000 runs, amassed 100 international centuries, and inspired millions with his unparalleled skill and commitment to the game.
  • He was born at the Nirmal Nursing Home in Dadar, Bombay, to Ramesh Tendulkar, a well-known Marathi novelist.
    Tendulkar Ramesh Having Fun With Sachin Tendulkar’s Infant
  • Rajni, his mother, worked for an insurance company.
    Sachin Tendulkar lying on his parents’ laps
  • Sachin Dev Burman, a well-known Indian music director, inspired his name.
  • Sachin has two half-brothers, Nitin and Ajit, and a half-sister, Savita. They belonged to his father’s first wife, who had died.
  • He spent his formative years in the “Sahitya Sahawas Cooperative Housing Society” in Bandra (East).


    The cooperative housing society Sahitya Sahawas
  • In his neighborhood, Sachin was regarded as a bully.
  • He became interested in Lawn Tennis and began idolizing John McEnroe.
    Sachin in a Lawn Tennis Match
  • Sachin’s elder brother, Ajit, recognized his cricketing talent and introduced him to the game in 1984. He met Ramakant Achrekar at Shivaji Park in Dadar, Bombay (now Mumbai).
  • Achrekar recommended that Sachin transfer to Sharadashram Vidyamandir (English) High School in Dadar after being impressed with him. Sachin relocated to his aunt’s house in Dadar because it was closer to the school.


    English-language Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School in Dadar
  • He began working hard at Shivaji Park, and during net practice, Achrekar would place a coin on the middle stump and offer the bowlers that he would give that coin to the bowler who got Sachin’s wicket. He was so into cricket that he would practice different cricketing tricks even after returning home from the ground.
    Sachin Tendulkar working out at his residence
  • He and Vinod Kambli set a world record with 329 points at Sharadashram Vidyamandir.
  • He quickly became known as a child prodigy at his school.
  • At Sharadashram Vidyamandir, he became close to Vinod Kambli.
    Kambli and Sachin are close friends
  • Sachin’s first bat had been given to him by his sister, Savita.
    Sachin Tendulkar working out at his residence
  • Dennis Lillee, an Australian fast bowler, suggested that he concentrate on his batting instead of his fast bowling when he visited the MRF Pace Foundation.
  • Sachin Tendulkar, then 14 years old, was chosen to be a ball boy for the Mumbai matches during the 1987 World Cup. He recollected this in an interview and stated,

    During the 1987 World Cup, which India and Pakistan co-hosted, I saw my first “live” World Cup action. I had the good fortune to be chosen as a volunteer ball boy for the matches held in Mumbai. I kept telling myself that I had to be a part of the action in the middle as I stood there watching the Indian greats on the field.

    Sachin Tendulkar at the 1987 Cricket World Cup as a 14-year-old ball boy
  • He first met his wife Anjali at the Mumbai airport when he was 17 years old, and they were married five years later. Later on, the pair had two children: Sara and Arjun.
    Sachin Tendulkar alongside Sara and Arjun
  • Anjali, his wife, disclosed in an interview that she initially visited Tendulkar’s home while posing as a journalist.
  • Tendulkar worked at an apparel manufacturer and, like many from a middle-class background, had to work two jobs to make ends meet.
  • Tendulkar directed his first Band-Aid commercial in 1990. He was promoting Pepsi two years later, in 1992, and he was on his way to becoming cricket’s first millionaire.
  • Along with Prasad V. Potluri’s PVP Ventures, he is co-owner of the Kochi ISL team in the Indian Super League Football League. 
  • In his Test debut, he scored 15 runs, and in his ODI debut, he scored 0 (Duck) against Pakistan.
  • When Sachin was a Pakistani player, Few people are aware that Sachin played his first international match two years prior, for Pakistan rather than India, even though everyone is aware that he made his debut against Pakistan in 1989. When Javed Miandad and Abdul Qadir left the field at lunchtime during an India-Pakistan festival match in Mumbai’s Brabourne stadium in 1987, Sachin was asked to field. Sachin was placed at long-on by Imran Khan, and shortly after, Kapil Dev hit the ball into the air, evading Sachin’s attempts to reach it.
  • Five years after making his debut in 1989, he made his first ODI century after 79 matches when he struck 110 against Australia in the Singer World Series third match at the R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo in September 1994. On August 14, 1990, he scored his first century in a Test match against England at Manchester’s Old Trafford stadium.
    In the innings leading up to his first test century, Sachin Tendulkar plays a shot.
  • In an interview, he ranked his magnificent, undefeated 233 in the opening innings of the Ranji Trophy semi-final at the Wankhede Stadium against Tamil Nadu as one of his best performances. He declared,

    “It was, in my opinion, one of the most significant innings I have ever played”

  • The only player to have faced as many of the greatest and most formidable bowlers in history, including Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath, Curtly Ambrose, and Shaun Pollock, is thought to be Sachin Tendulkar.
  • The highest Test average during the ten years from 1993 to 2002 was Sachin Tendulkar’s 62.30.
  • In terms of his test statistics, he averaged 42 against all teams, except South Africa (42.46) and Pakistan (42.28), where he averaged less than 42.
  • Unexpectedly, Zimbabwe had Sachin’s lowest test average of 40 in seven innings. It was also the only nation in which he failed to reach a century in a Test match.
  • In Australia, England, New Zealand, and South Africa, where subcontinent batsmen have historically struggled, he averaged over 50.
  • During his Test career, he played 329 innings, 275 of which were at number four. Sachin batted at number six or seven for the first twenty-two innings of his Test career, but that changed in 1992 when he scored 148* against Australia in Sydney. Sachin rose to No. 4 in the second innings of the second Test in Adelaide, surpassing Vengsarkar and Azharuddin. Even though he only managed to score 17 in that innings, Tendulkar’s captivating 114 in just his second innings at number four decided the match in Perth the following day. As Matthew Hayden once stated:

    “I have witnessed God. In tests, he bats at number four for India”

    Playing at number four is Sachin Tendulkar.
  • India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets in the final at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on April 2, 2011, fulfilling his long-held dream of lifting the ICC World Cup trophy. He participated in six ICC Cricket World Cup tournaments (from 1992 to 2011), making two appearances in the finals (in 2003 and 2011). Soon after the 2011 ICC World Cup final match ended, all of his teammates hoisted him up on their shoulders to celebrate India’s magnificent victory. In his account of the incident, Virat Kohli stated,

    “It’s time we took up his burden after 21 years of bearing the nation’s load on his shoulders”

    Sachin Tendulkar, hoisted atop his teammates’ shoulders, celebrates winning the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup
  • He thinks that Ganesh Chaturthi is the most significant day of the year and loves to celebrate it.
    Observing Ganesha with Sachin Tendulkar
  • He is an avid fan of Michael Schumacher, Diego Maradona, John McEnroe, and Formula 1 in addition to loving tennis, football, and cricket.
  • He was the owner of “Tendulkar’s,” a restaurant in Colaba, Mumbai. The restaurant, however, was unable to continue operating and has since closed.
    The Sachin Tendulkar Dining Room
  • At sixteen, he is the youngest player from India to appear in Tests and ODIs.
  • He is the first and youngest athlete from India to receive the Bharat Ratna award.
    Tendulkar Sachin with Bharat Ratna Award
  • He was appointed to the Rajya Sabha in 2012 and held the position until April 2018.
  • In 2002, the legendary Formula 1 driver Michael Schumacher gave him a brand-new Ferrari 360 Modena.


    Michael Schumacher and Sachin Tendulkar
  • At Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, he served as a ball boy for the 1987 World Cup semi-final match between India and England.
  • During the second day of the test match between South Africa and India in November 1992 at Kingsmead, Durban, Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to be run out (dismissed) using TV replays. He was dismissed by third umpire Karl Liebenberg.
    Using television replays, Sachin Tendulkar was dismissed (run out) during the second day of the South Africa-India test at Kingsmead, Durban.
  • Because of his ambidexterity, he uses his left hand to write while using his right to bat and bowl.


    Sachin Tendulkar Using His Left Hand to Write
  • He appeared in a special capacity in the 2003 Bollywood movie “Stumped.”
  • It is said that Sachin Tendulkar was so concerned about his game that he altered his style of play during the 2003 season when he was having trouble scoring runs. He had previously been out of the game on several occasions for driving at wide balls outside his off stump; additionally, in January 2004, during his 241* against Australia, he did not drive outside the off stump. The cricket community worldwide continues to praise his dedication to the game.
  • Tendulkar has had the longest career in Test history, spanning 24 years and one day.
  • Tendulkar is the third player outside of England to reach the 50,000 first-class runs club, joining Gordon Greenidge and Viv Richards with his 50,192 first-class total.
  • Sachin holds the record for most Test run scores in a calendar year with six totals of 1000 or more.
  • The youngest Indian and third-youngest person overall to score a century in a Test match is Sachin Tendulkar. He would have been the oldest Indian to score a century in a Test match if he had scored a ton in his final innings.
  • When Tendulkar was in his nineties, he was dismissed the most times of any batsman in Test cricket—ten times.
    Sachin Tendulkar’s nervous dismissal in the 90s
  • Tendulkar faced 848 bowlers during his twenty-four years at the wicket; if all of them lined up to give him an over, it would require nine full Test days in addition to a morning session.
  • Since he was the only one who could get India to the finals and play a major role in their victory, the 1998 Sharjah Tournament is regarded as his finest tournament.
  • He was declared out by the third umpire in a 1999 Test match in Kolkata after colliding with Shoaib Akhtar.
  • On October 5, 2007, during Australia’s third One-Day International match, Brad Hogg and Sachin Tendulkar related an intriguing incident. Hogg was able to get rid of Sachin during the game. Hogg disclosed in an interview that he took a photo of Sachin taking his wicket and that, following the match, he asked Sachin to sign it. In addition to signing the picture, Sachin wrote that it would never happen again. This autograph was described by Hogg as a “prized possession.”
    The photo that Sachin Tendulkar autographed for Brad Hogg
  • He became the first cricket player to score two hundred and fifty in an ODI on February 24, 2010. He established this standard in Gwalior, Madhya Pradesh, India, against South Africa.


    At Gwalior, Sachin Tendulkar is 200 runs undefeated against South Africa.
  • His wax figure was installed at Madame Tussauds in London in 2008.
    Madame Tussauds or Sachin Tendulkar
  • He carries a painting of the Tri-color, the Indian national flag, that his daughter Sara painted in his customized kit.
    Sachin Tendulkar Holding His Equipment
  • His 2003 World Cup upper-cut to Shoaib Akhtar for six is regarded by his supporters as his most epic shot ever.
  • Sachin Tendulkar was renowned for using a heavy bat during his 24-year career. Despite suffering multiple injuries, he never used a lighter bat. Sachin comments on using a heavy bat:

    My bat was quite heavy, and occasionally I was told to switch to a lighter one. I tried again, but because my entire bat swing depended on that weight, I never felt comfortable. To create power when hitting a drive, I required the weight. Everything had to do with timing.I believe that the bat should be used as an extension of your arm; if this is already the case, why would you need to modify?

    Several of the bats that Sachin Tendulkar used in his playing career
  • Because of his enormous heart, Sachin supports 200 impoverished children annually via Apnalaya, a Mumbai-based NGO connected to his mother-in-law, Annabel Mehta.
  • In May 2019, Tendulkar posted an image on his official Instagram account with Neha and Jyoti from the Uttar Pradesh village of Banwari Tola (the barbershop girls whose video went viral online; depicting the incredible story of taking over their father’s barbershop back in 2014 when he fell ill). Tendulkar captioned the image, “A First for me! I have never shaved someone else before, in case you didn’t know. Today, that record has been broken. Getting to know the Barber Shop Girls was such an honor. #DreamsDon’tExclude Anyone
  • Sachin Tendulkar’s bat was used by a young Shahid Afridi in 1996 when he broke the world record with a brilliant maiden century off just 37 balls against Sri Lanka. According to reports, Waqar Younis received Sachin’s bat before passing it on to Afridi.
  • filed a civil lawsuit against Australian bat manufacturer Spartan Sports International in June 2019, during the ICC Cricket World Cup in England. The lawsuit claimed that the defendant had used the player’s name and image to promote products, but had not paid the player two million dollars in royalties. In 2016, he signed a $1 million annual contract with the company to use his image, logo, and promotional services for “Sachin by Spartan” apparel and sporting goods.


    Tendulkar Sachin Spartan Sports Scandal
  • Growing up, Sachin and Sourav Ganguly were friends. In July 2019, on Sourav Ganguly’s birthday, Sachin posted a picture of the two of them on Instagram.
    In their teenage years, Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly
  • Because he loves to drive, Sachin tried his hand at driving some vintage cars in London during the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.
  • He also took a Formula Car for the first time in June 2019 in Prague, where he is an avid auto enthusiast.
  • He retired from cricket and now primarily plays golf and lawn tennis.
  • Tendulkar has been seen drinking alcohol on a few different occasions.
    Alcohol Consumption by Sachin Tendulkar
  • During his career, Tendulkar was dismissed 681 times; of those dismissals, he was found out in slightly over 60% of cases.
    Analysis of Sachin Tendulkar’s Dismissals
  • He said that to play aggressively, he had to “beg and plead” for the opening position in a September 2019 LinkedIn video. He stated in the video:

    When I began opening the batting for India in 1994, all the teams were trying to save wickets. I made an attempt at something a little unconventional. I believed that I could move forward and challenge the opposing bowlers. However, I had to implore them to give me an opportunity. I promise not to pursue you again if I fail.

  • He gave his fans a trip down memory lane in September 2019 when he shared old footage of him working out on a soggy pitch. On a pitch with standing water, the young master is seen practicing. The bowler is using rubber balls and is bowling from a short distance.
  • In October 2019, he disclosed that he had not been chosen in his initial selection trials in a conversation with a group of students in Maharashtra. He declared,

    Playing for India was my only thought when I was a student. I was eleven years old when my journey began.I even recall that the selectors did not choose me during my initial selection trials.I was upset at the time because I felt like I batted well, but the outcome did not meet my expectations, and I was left off the roster. But after that, I was even more dedicated, focused, and capable of working hard. Shortcuts won’t help you achieve your goals if you want to.

  • A video featuring an interview from 1996 between Sachin Tendulkar and Sunil Gavaskar, in which Gavaskar predicted Tendulkar’s ascent to superstardom, began making the rounds online in June 2020. Gavaskar states in the interview,

    “I will personally go and strangle him if, by the end of his career, he does not score at least fifteen thousand runs and forty Test hundreds. Even though my hands wouldn’t be as strong in 20 years and he might still live, I think I’ll hire someone to do it for me. That’s how talented he is!”

  • He invited well-known American journalist Graham Bensinger to India in February 2022 for a comprehensive three-day photo shoot. It was during this interview that he disclosed that, before his farewell series in November 2013, he had spoken with the BCCI and asked the board to move his final match from Mumbai to a stadium where his mother could attend and watch him play. Additionally, he disclosed that it was the sole occasion on which his mother had visited the stadium to watch him play. He declared,

    I informed the BCCI board as I was ready to play my final match that these two matches would be my last, but all I asked for was to play my final game in Mumbai so that my mother could attend and watch from the stadium. She had never seen me play live in 24 years until they kindly agreed to host the final game in Mumbai.

    Mother of Sachin Tendulkar attending the Mumbai farewell match of Sachin Tendulkar
  • Sachin Tendulkar and Arjun Tendulkar became the first father-son team to compete in the Indian Premier League (IPL) on April 16, 2023, when Arjun Tendulkar made his IPL debut for the Mumbai Indians against the Kolkata Knight Riders.
  • His on-field accomplishments during a significant portion of his career were solo endeavors. When Sachin was at the height of his career, people would tune in to watch him bat because they thought victory was out of the question. However, as soon as he was out, they would turn off the TV and return to their jobs.
    Ramakant Achrekar enjoying a television game of Sachin Tendulkar
  • In the presence of Chief Election Commissioner Rajiv Kumar, he was named the Election Commission of India’s National Icon on August 23, 2023.
  • The International Cricket Council (ICC) named Sachin the 2023 ODI World Cup Global Ambassador on October 3, 2023.
  • On November 1, 2023, at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium, a statue of Sachin Tendulkar by well-known Ahmednagar, Maharashtra painter-sculptor Pramod Kamble was unveiled. The important contributions Sachin Tendulkar made to Indian cricket are commemorated by this statue. Several notable people, including Maharashtra’s Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, and Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) Jay Shah, attended the unveiling ceremony.

    His Statue
  • To check his daily status Click on his official Instagram link.

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