For nearly 30 years, Indian cricket has been associated with Sachin Tendulkar, the “God of Cricket.” His influence on cricket both in India and beyond the world cannot be denied. It’s nothing short of a miracle that they’ve managed to play for more than 22 years on 22 yards.
His brilliant play on the cricket pitch catapulted him to instant fame. The record holder for most runs in a One Day International, Test Match, and One Day International World Cup, as well as the record holder for the most hundreds scored in a single tournament, has scored 100 centuries.
Over the course of his career, Tendulkar epitomized Indian cricket and helped turn the sport into a religion for millions of followers around the world. Many international businesses successfully reached their target market by leveraging his appealing persona. As of now, Sachin Tendulkar has a net worth of $170 million, making him the wealthiest cricketer in the world.
Sachin Tendulkar Early Life
Sachin Tendulkar was born on April 24, 1973, in the Dadar district of Bombay, India, to a Marathi writer and poet named Ramesh and an insurance worker named Rajni. His older siblings are Savita, his half-sister, and Nitin and Ajit, his half-brothers. At the Sahitya Saha Cooperative Housing Society, where Tendulkar lived as a child, he was a frequent target of bullying.
Due to his brother’s connections, Ajit Tendulkar was able to meet the famed cricket coach Ramakant Achrekar, who recommended that he join Sharadashram Vidyamandir High School, which was recognized for its successful cricket team.
As a student, he was an athletic prodigy because of his exceptional performance. Sachin Tendulkar’s club cricket experience includes stops at the Kanga Cricket League and the Cricket Club of India.
Sachin Tendulkar Career
At the tender age of 14, Tendulkar was chosen to play for Bombay in the Ranji Trophy, India’s premier domestic first-class cricket tournament. As a member of Bombay’s first-class team the following year, he created history by scoring a century in his first game, becoming the youngest Indian player to do so.
He made a hundred on his first appearance at both the Deodhar and Duleep Trophies. He led Bombay in batting with 583 runs scored throughout the season.
Sachin Tendulkar Quotes:-
What a career, @rogerfederer. We fell in love with your brand of tennis. Slowly, your tennis became a habit. And habits never retire, they become a part of us.
Thank you for all the wonderful memories. pic.twitter.com/FFEFWGLxKR
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) September 15, 2022
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