Sachin Tendulkar Daughter, Son, Net Worth, Stats, Centuries, Age, Height, Wife, Weight, Biography

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Sachin Tendulkar is one of the renowned personalities in the Indian sports. He is one of the efficient batsmen with distinction for highest run scorer in ODI (One Day International). He has scored 18,000 in ODI and 15,000 in the Test Cricket. 

Apart from sports, Sachin has contributed in the realms politics as a member of parliament in Rajya Sabha from 2012 to 2018. In 2012 he announced to take leave from ODI and in 2013 he declared to take retirement from all forms of cricket after 200th Test Series by marking a significant contribution on cricket.

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With an impressive tally of 664 international cricket appearances and a staggering 34,357 runs, his legacy is etched in cricketing folklore. The article aims to highlight all the details, including Sachin Tendulkar’s net worth, family, education, cricket career, and other information.


Full NameSachin Tendulkar 
Sachin Tendulkar Nick NameTendya 
Born (Sachin Tendulkar Date of Birth)24th April 1973
Sachin Tendulkar Age (as 2024)50 years
Native placeDadar, Bombay, Maharashtra, India 
Zodiac SignTaurus  
HometownBombay, India
Hobbies/HabitsBusiness and Art &Craft 
Food HabitNon vegetarian 
SchoolShardashram Vidyamandir
Profession Cricketer
Batting style Right-handed
Sachin Tendulkar Father’s nameRamesh Tendulkar 
Sachin Tendulkar Mother’s nameRajni Tendulkar 
Number of siblings2 brothers 1 sister
SpouseAnjali Tendulkar 


Sachin Tendulkar Birthday24th April

Physical Stats

Eye ColourDark Brown
Hair ColourBlack 


Sachin Tendulkar Age50 Years


Sachin Tendulkar Weight Unknown 
Wight in Pounds Unknown 


Sachin Tendulkar Height5.5”
Height in centimeter 165 cm 
Height in meter 1.65m 


Sachin Tendulkar Education: Regarding the education qualification, Sachin dis not continue his education after higher-secondary from “Shardashram Vidyamandir”

SchoolShardashram Vidyamandir 

Marital Status

Sachin Tendulkar married to Anjali Tendulkar in 1995 after dating for 5 years. His wife, Anjali Tendulkar is a renowned pediatrician and they have two children, named Sara Tendulkar and Arjun Tendulkar.

Marital StatusMarried 
Sachin Tendulkar Wife nameAnjali Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar Daughter name Sara Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar Son Arjun Tendulkar 

Sachin Tendulkar Family

Sachin Tendulkar Family


Earlier Career

  • Sachin represented Bombay in the “Ranji Trophy” when he was 14 for the 1987-1988 season, and she served as a substitute fielder. 
  • After exactly one year, he made his first debut in cricket by playing for Bombay against Gujarat at Wankhede Stadium. 
  • He became the first-class youngest Indian cricketer who recorded an impressive 100 not out. 
  • He was selected by the captain Dilip Vengsarkar for Bombay, who observed efficiency and prowess in Sachin. 
  • He saw him while he was practicing at Wankhede Stadium. 
  • Satin continued his stellar by scoring centuries one after another in both the “Deodhar Trophy” and “Duleep Trophy.” 
  • Throughout the 1988–89 Ranji Trophy season, Tendulkar emerged as Bombay’s top run-scorer, amassing 583 runs at an impressive average of 67.77. 
  • His consistent performances earned him recognition, and he was selected for the young Indian team to tour England under the Star Cricket Club banner in both 1988 and 1989.
  • In 1995, Tendulkar served Bombay as captain and made a significant victory by scoring 140 and 139 against Punjab. 
  • His prowess was further showcased in the 1995-1996 Iran Cup, where he led Mumbai against all the states of India. 
  • Tendulkar’s prowess wasn’t confined to the domestic circuit; he also made significant contributions against international teams. 
  • He scored his first double-century (204*) for Mumbai against the visiting Australian team at the Brabourne Stadium in 1998. 
  • Among his many memorable innings, his innings of 233* against Tamil Nadu in the semi-finals of the 2000 Ranji Trophy is etched in cricketing history as one of his finest performances. 
  • Overall, Tendulkar’s presence in five Ranji Trophy finals, with Mumbai emerging victorious in four, underscores his immense contribution to domestic cricket and his ability to deliver under pressure on numerous occasions.

Country Cricket

In 1992, Tendulkar became the first-ever player to represent Yorkshire after being rejected multiple times. He played for Yorkshire as a replacement for Craig McDermott, who was an Australian player. 


  • In 1994, Tendulkar’s dominance in cricket reached new heights when he opened the batting against New Zealand in Auckland, delivering a blistering knock of 82 runs off just 49 balls. 
  • This display of aggressive batting was a precursor to his historic first ODI century, achieved on September 9th against Australia in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Remarkably, this milestone came after competing in 78 ODIs, highlighting his consistency and perseverance.
  • The 1996 World Cup brought Tendulkar to the pinnacle of success as he was the leading scorer by scoring a double century. 
  • His exceptional performance against Sri Lanka became evidence of efficiency, although he stood amid the batt collapse. 
  • Following the World Cup, Tendulkar continued to shine in several crucial matches. Moreover, Tendulkar’s century with Navjot Singh Sindhu provided another level for victory. 
  • His leadership was extended beyond his batting, leading to a memorable triumph for India. 
  • Another standout moment in Tendulkar’s career was his awe-inspiring innings of 143 runs against Australia in the 1998 Coca-Cola Cup in Sharjah. 
  • This inning, marked by five sixes against formidable bowlers like Shane Warne, Damien Fleming, and Michael Kasprowicz, was interrupted by a sandstorm, earning the moniker “Desert Storm.”
  • When it comes to Sachin Tendulkar centuries in cricket, it was seen in early 1998 when he scored triple centuries. 
  • Notably, his unbeaten 204 runs against Australia in a tour opener at the Brabourne Stadium left an indelible mark. 
  • His pivotal contributions in the ICC 1998 quarterfinal against Australia, where he scored 141 runs and took four crucial wickets. 
  • It underlined his ability to influence the outcome of matches with both bat and ball. 
  • Tendulkar’s remarkable feats during this period cemented his status as one of cricket’s greatest icons, leaving opponents and fans alike in awe of his unparalleled talent and determination.

1999 (Asian Test championship, World Cup, and Test Matches)

  • The inaugural Asian Test Championship in February and March 1999 marked a significant moment in cricket history. 
  • It had drawn massive crowds of around 100,000 attendees over the tournament’s first four days, smashing a longstanding aggregate Test attendance record. 
  • Tendulkar’s on-field brilliance, however, shone through in the subsequent matches. 
  • He notched up his 19th Test century in the second Test of the championship, albeit in a drawn match against Sri Lanka.
  • In another memorable Test match against Pakistan at Chepauk in 1999, Tendulkar’s remarkable resilience was evident as he scored 136 runs, albeit in a losing effort as India fell short by 12 runs. 
  • In another memorable Test match against Pakistan at Chepauk in 1999, Tendulkar’s remarkable resilience was evident as he scored 136 runs, albeit in a losing effort as India fell short by 12 runs.

Sachin Tendulkar Retirement Age
Sachin Tendulkar Retirement Age

Captain in National Team

  • Tendulkar’s two tenures of captainship of the Indian Cricket Team were unsuccessful. 
  • For instance, in 1996, he was elected as the captain, and in 1997, the Indian team performed very poorly. He received the honor of the player of the series award. 


  • During India’s 2001 tour of South Africa, the second Test match became embroiled in controversy. 
  • This is when referee Mike Denness penalized four Indian players for excessive appealing and fined captain Sourav Ganguly for failing to rein in his team’s conduct.
  • Tendulkar’s all-round brilliance shone through in a pivotal moment during the Kolkata Test against Australia in 2001 as he claimed three crucial wickets on the final day. 
  • It included those of centurions Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist from the previous Test, leading India to victory. Furthermore, in the subsequent five-match ODI series. 
  • Tendulkar achieved a significant milestone by claiming his 100th wicket in ODIs. It dismissed then-Australian captain Steve Waugh in the final match in Goa. 
  • The 2002 series in the West Indies saw Tendulkar’s remarkable consistency and a momentous achievement as he notched up his 29th Test century in the second Test at Port of Spain. 
  • His stellar performance earned him a unique reward—a Ferrari 360 Modena gifted by Fiat through racing icon Michael Schumacher. 
  • In the drawn series against Australia in 2003–04, Tendulkar showcased his batting prowess in the final Test in Sydney, scoring an impressive 241 not out. 
  • It laid the foundation for India’s dominance in the match. 
  • Despite enduring a rough patch in the preceding Tests, Tendulkar’s marathon innings underscored his resilience and unmatched skill. 
  • He followed this up with an unbeaten 60 in the second innings, cementing his impact on the series. 

2011-2012 (World Cup Win and Final years)

  • In 2011, sports lovers witnessed the 2011 World Cup, which Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka hosted. 
  • Sachin was the star performer of the matches and the leading run-scorer, accumulating 482 runs. T
  • his remarkable ability allowed him to gain a spot in the ICC “Team of the Tournament.” 
  • The pinnacle of Tendulkar’s World Cup campaign came with India’s triumph in the final against Sri Lanka. Reflecting
  • Upon the historic victory, Tendulkar expressed that winning the World Cup was the proudest moment of his life, a sentiment accompanied by tears of joy. 
  • However, despite his valiant efforts, Tendulkar’s highest score in the Test series against England was 91, with an average of 34.12. 
  • England emerged victorious with a 4-0 series win, dethroning India as the No. 1 ranked Test side. Tendulkar’s ongoing struggle with a recurring foot injury forced him to miss the subsequent ODI series.

100th International Century

  • On March 16th, 2012, Sachin Tendulkar etched his name in cricket history by achieving a monumental milestone. 
  • He scored his 100th international century during a match against Bangladesh in the Asia Cup, held at Mirpur. 
  • This extraordinary feat marked a significant moment for Tendulkar and the sport itself, as he became the first cricketer ever to accomplish this remarkable milestone. 
  • It’s noteworthy that this century held special significance as it was Tendulkar’s maiden ODI century against Bangladesh.
  • However, amidst the widespread media frenzy and public anticipation surrounding his achievement, Tendulkar candidly admitted to the immense mental pressure he experienced due to the constant focus on his 100th hundred. 
  • Despite Tendulkar’s remarkable innings, India faltered against Bangladesh, succumbing to defeat by a margin of 5 wickets.


  • Tendulkar announced his departure from cricket after his 2012 series in England from ODI. 
  • He declared that he would be available for representation in the TEST Format. 
  • At the same time, Indian Captain Sourav Ganguly shared the news that Sachin would still participate in the upcoming series against Pakistan. 
  • In 2013, Sachin declared that he would be retiring from all cricket at the end of the year. 
  • As per his requirement, the BCCI arranged matches where he would play so that his retirement would occur on the home grounds. 
  • The “Cricket Association of Bengal” and “Mumbai Cricket Association” organized a farewell program for him.


  • In 2014, after retiring from cricket, he served as captain of the MCC side in the “Bicentenary Celebration Match” at Lord’s. 
  • At the end of the year, he was announced as an ambassador of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. 
  • It was the second time he served as the ambassador of the World Cup, as he served for the first time in 2011.

IPL (Indian Premier League)

  • In the inaugural season of the Indian Premier League (IPL) Twenty20 competition 2008, Sachin Tendulkar was bestowed as the Icon player and captain for his beloved hometown team, the Mumbai Indians. 
  • The 2010 edition of the IPL witnessed Tendulkar’s stellar performance as he led Mumbai Indians to the tournament’s final. 
  • Throughout the season, Tendulkar showcased his batting prowess by amassing an impressive 618 runs in 14 innings. It surpassed Shaun Marsh’s record for the most runs in an IPL season. 
  • Recognizing his exceptional contribution, he was honored with the Player of the Tournament award. 
  • He also received accolades for the Best Batsman and Best Captain at the 2010 IPL Awards ceremony. 
  • Tendulkar’s leadership prowess was evidenced by scoring over 500 runs in two IPL seasons while captaining the Mumbai Indians. 
  • During the second edition of the Champions League T20, Tendulkar led from the front as the captain of Mumbai Indians. 
  • Despite his notable performances, Mumbai Indians fell short of qualifying for the semifinals. 
  • Tendulkar’s Twenty20 century came in the 2011 IPL season against Kochi Tuskers Kerala, where he notched up an unbeaten 100 runs off 66 balls.
  • In 2013, Tendulkar bid farewell to the Indian Premier League, marking the end of an illustrious chapter in his cricketing journey. 
  • The following year, he was honored by the Mumbai Indians franchise with the title of “Team Icon.” 
  • His final match for the team occurred in the final of the 2013 Champions League, contributing 14 runs in an Indians’ victory. 
  • Tendulkar’s impact on the IPL was undeniable, as evidenced by his tally of 2,334 runs in 78 matches. 
  • It placed him among the top run-scorers in the competition’s history. 
  • Mumbai Indians paid homage to Tendulkar by retiring his iconic jersey number 10, a fitting tribute to his legendary career.

Reception and Legacy

  • Sachin is one of the influential personalities who earned immense admiration and adoration due to his exceptional skills. 
  • His remarkable performances have garnered him a global fan base, resonating even among Australian spectators who have witnessed his mastery, often marked by memorable centuries. 
  • Among his devotees, a common refrain echoes: “Cricket is my religion, and Sachin is my God,” encapsulating the profound reverence he commands. 
  • During the 998 Australian tour of India, the legendary Matthew Hayden famously quipped that he had seen God. 
  • Sachin bats at no. 4 in India in Tests. Yet, despite the admiration he receives, Tendulkar remains modest, disavowing any divine status attributed to him.

Social Media

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Batting Summary


Bowling Summary

Inn145270 14
Mdn 832400
Runs24926850 1258

Sachin Tendulkar Daughter

Sachin Tendulkar Daughter


Name of AwardsYears
“Arjuna Award”1994
“Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna” (India’s Highest Honourin Sport)1997-1998
“Padma Shri” (India’s Fourth Highest Civilian Award)1999
“Maharashtra Bhushan Award” (Maharashtra State’s Highest Civilian Award)2001
“Padma Vibhushan” (India’s Second Highest civilian Award)2008
“Bharat Ratna” (India’s Highest Award)2014

Other Honours

Names of AwardsYears
“Wisden Cricketer of The Year”1997
“Player of the tournament” in 2003 “Cricket World Cup”2003
“Honorary Group Captain”2010
BCCI Cricketer of the Year Award2011
“Honorary Life Membership of Sydney Cricket Ground”2012
“Second Indian” after Mother Teresa by Indian Postal Service2013
“Oscar Of The Sport”2020

Early Life

Sachin Tendulkar is born in Bombay at “Nirmal Nursing Home” on 24th April 1973. His father, Ramesh Tendulkar, used to be a novelist and a poet, while his mother, Rajna, had been working in the insurance Industry. His father chose his name based on his favorite music director “Sachin Dev Barman.”

Sachin Tendulkar Son

Sachin Tendulkar Son


In 2001, during a South Africa tour, Mike Tendulkar accused Sachin Denness of tempering balls and suspended him. This decision shocked all the Indian cricket players, including Harbhajan Singh, Shiv Sundar Das, and Deep Dasgupta. They objected to Mike’s ruling, and the matter worsened when Mike took disciplinary action against Indian Teams.

In response, the BCCI Team (Board of Council for Cricket in India) was intensely discontent with the situation and launched a significant action against Mike Denness. The BCCI went as far as possible to withdraw the tour for the third and final TEST. The crisis underscored the gravity of the situation, and BCCI supported its cricketers amidst the circumstances.


House Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Car Collection

Car collection
Maruti 800
BMW i9
BMW 7 series 760 Li
BMW M6 Gram coupe 
BMW M5 30 Johre 
Porsche 911 Turbo S
Ferrari 360 Modena 
Volvo S80 


Sachin Tendulkar is considered the “God” of Indian Cricket, who made 100 centuries in her cricket career. On the other hand, he played versatile roles in the Indian cricket team. He was not only the captain of the Indian Cricket Team but also the ambassador of the ICC World Cup.

He has exhibited cricket matches with Shane Warne in the US. He led India towards victory in the 2020-2021 “Road Safety World Series.” After retiring from cricket, he continued his role as an ambassador.


Sachin Tendulkar Salary: According to reports, Sachin Tendulkar earns approx. Thirty-eight crores annually as he has invested in versatile startups such as “Sach” and “Spinny.” Moreover, he continued to serve as an ambassador for several renowned brands.

Net Worth

Sachin Tendulkar is a renowned personality with a net worth of 1,250 Crores. 

Net Worth 2020Unknown 
Net Worth 2021Unknown 
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Net Worth 2023Unknown  
Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth 20241,355 Crores


How many centuries of Sachin Tendulkar?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar scored a hundred centuries.

When was Sachin Tendulkar born?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar was born on 24th April 1973.

Who is Sachin Tendulkar?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar is the gem in the Indian Cricket Team who has contributed much to the Indian Cricket on national and international grounds.

When did Sachin Tendulkar retire from cricket?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar retired from cricket in 2013.

How many times Sachin Tendulkar out between 90 and 99?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar was dismissed 18 times.

What is the age of Sachin Tendulkar?

Ans: Sachin Tendulkar’s Age is 50 years as of 2024.

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