Sachin Tendulkar Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Secrets, Affairs, Images, Marriage, Phone number.

Sachin Tendulkar is an Indian cricketer who is regarded as the God  .

Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar Bio/Wiki

Name Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar
Nick nameTendya
Names EarnedMaster Blaster, God of Cricket, Little Master
Date of Birth24 April 1973 (Tuesday)
Zodiac/Sun SignTaurus
Birth PlaceNirmal Nursing Home in Dadar, Bombay (Now
Mumbai), Maharashtra, India
Home townMumbai, Maharashtra, India
Mother TongueNot Known
Parents/ FatherLate Ramesh Tendulkar (Novelist)
Mother Rajni Tendulkar (Worked as an Insurance Agent)
BrotherNitin Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Brother), Ajit Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Brother)
SisterSavita Tendulkar (Elder, Half-Sister)
Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar

Personal Life

School • Indian Education Society’s New English School in Bandra (East), Mumbai
• Shardashram Vidyamandir School, Dadar, Mumbai
CollegeDid Not Attend
EducationHigh School
Contact numberNot Known
Address19-A, Perry Cross Road, Bandra (West), Mumbai
CasteRajapur Saraswat Brahmin 
CarNot Known
Hobbies Collecting Perfume, Watches & CD’s, Listening to
DebutNot Known
Sachin Tendulkar

Marital Status/Affairs

Marital Status Married
AffairsAnjali Tendulkar (Pediatrician)
SpouseAnjali Tendulkar (Pediatrician)
ChildrenDaughter- Sara Tendulkar
Son- Arjun Tendulkar (Cricketer)


Debu Global “ODI- December 18, 1989 against Pakistan in Gujranwala
Proof: November 15, 1989 against Pakistan in Karachi
T20 – December 1, 2006 against South Africa in Johannesburg “
Last Match Last 14-16 November 2013 against the Antilles in Mumbai
T20 – December 1, 2006, against South Africa in Johannesburg (it was their only T20I) “
International Retirement
On October 10, 2013, Tendulkar announced that he would withdraw from all cricket after the match between the two Test series against West Indies in November. “
Jersey Number#10 (India)
#10 (IPL, Mumbai Indians)
Domestic/State Team(s) Mumbai
Mumbai Indians
Coach/MentorRamakant Achrekar
Nature on fieldCool
Favourite Shot Straight Drive

He made 1,894 ODI runs in 1998, which is the record for most single-hitter ODI runs in a year.

The most common number on the test track – 15,921

Most ODI executions – 18,426

Most reviews played – 200

Most ODI numbers were played – 463

The first scorer obtained two hundred in ODI

Only Batsman to get 100 numbers worldwide

Most test numbers – 51

Most calculated in ODI tonnes – 49

Average ODI half year – 96

Highest number of races (2,278) in World Cup history

Usually the World Cup (6 parts)

Most of the fifties in the experiment – 68

Probably up to 10,000 trials (195 innings – along with Brian Lara (WI) and Kumar Sangakkara (SL)).

Most run in one edition of the World Cup (673 rounds in 2003)

Maximum ODI in hundreds per calendar year (9 1998)

Only one to achieve a rare ODI triple: 15,000 copies (18426), 100 gates (154) and 100 catches (140)

Maximum number of points per 1000 calendar years: 7 times

Maximum four: 2016

Most runs in World Cups: 2278 runs with an average of 56.95 in 45 matches

Highest age in the World Cup: 6 out of 44 innings

Most people with world championship titles: 9

Most Om of Match titles: 62

The title of the match man of all forms: 76

All forms of titles “Man in the series” in all formats: 20


SalaryNot Known
NetworthNot Known

Physical Status

Height in centimeters- 165 cm
in meters- 1.65 m
in feet inches- 5’ 5”
Weightin kilograms- 70 kg
in pounds- 154 lbs
Shoe size9 (US)
Hair colorBlack
Eyes colorDark Brown
Skin colorFair

Sachin Tendulkar Favorites

Favorite food Bombay Duck, Keema Paratha, Lassi, Chingri Prawns, Mutton Biryani, Mutton Curry, Baigan Bharta, Sushi
Favorite Song“Yaad Aa Raha Hai Tera Pyar” by Bappi Lahiri
Favorite ActorSylvester Stallone, Amitabh Bachchan, Aamir
Khan, Nana Patekar
Favorite ActressMadhuri Dixit
Favorite SportLawn Tennis, Formula 1, Golf
Favorite PlaceNew Zealand, Mussorie
Favorite MovieBollywood: Sholay
Hollywood: Coming To America

Social Media Accounts


Sachin Tendulkar Some Lesser-Known Facts

  • Does Sachin Tendulkar smoke?: No
  • Does Sachin Tendulkar drink alcohol?: Yes
  • He was born to a well-known Marathi novelist, Ramesh Tendulkar, at Nirmal Nursing Home in Dadar, Bombay.
  • He was named after the famous Indian Music Director, Sachin Dev Burman.
  • His formative years were spent in the “Sahitya Sahawas Cooperative Housing Society” in Bandra (East).
  • The young Sachin was considered a bully in his neighbourhood.
  • He developed an interest in Lawn Tenis and started idolizing John McEnroe
  • It was Sachin’s elder brother, Ajit, who recognized his cricketing ability and introduced him to Cricket in 1984.
  • After being impressed with Sachin, Achrekar advised him to shift his schooling to Sharadashram Vidyamandir (English) High School in Dadar. Sachin moved to his aunt’s home in Dadar, as it was nearer to the school.
  • He started practicing hard at the Shivaji Park, and during the net practice, Achrekar used to put a coin on the middle stump and offer the bowlers that he would give that coin to the bowler who would get the wicket of Sachin. He was so much into cricket that even after returning to home from the ground, he used to practice different cricketing tricks.
  • At Sharadashram Vidyamandir, he scored 329 out of a world-record stand of 664 along with Vinod Kambli.
  • His sister, Savita, had gifted to Sachin his first bat in his life.
  • He initially wanted to become a fast bowler, however; when he went to the MRF Pace Foundation, Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee advised him to focus on his batting instead.
  • At the age of 17, he met his wife Anjali for the first time at the Mumbai airport and got married to her 5 years later. The couple went on to become parents to Arjun and Sara.
  • In an interview, his wife, Anjali, revealed that she went to Tendulkar’s house for the first time disguised as a journalist.
  • Like any other person from a middle-class family, Tendulkar also had to hold down a job in order to make ends meet; he worked at an apparel manufacturer.
  • In 1990, Tendulkar did his first ad for Band-Aid. Two years later in 1992, he was endorsing Pepsi and was on his way to becoming cricket’s first millionaire.
  • In the ten-year period between 1993 and 2002, Sachin Tendulkar’s Test average of 62.30 was the best by a distance.
  • When talking about his test stats, against no team did he average less than 42- the lowest averages were against Pakistan (42.28) and South Africa (42.46).
  • Sachin’s lowest test average, quite surprisingly, was in Zimbabwe- 40 in seven innings; it was also the only country where he didn’t score a Test century.
  • He averaged more than 50 in Australia and England, 49.52 in New Zealand, and 46.44 in South Africa, countries where subcontinent batsmen have often struggled.
  • Apart from cricket he loves other sports like Tennis, Football and Formula 1 and is a huge fan of John McEnroe, Diego Maradona, and Michael Schumacher.
  • He owned a restaurant in Colaba, Mumbai called “Tendulkar’s.” However, the restaurant couldn’t run longer and has been closed for business.
  • He is the first and the youngest Indian sportsperson to be awarded Bharat Ratna.
  • He was a ball boy during the 1987 World Cup semi-finals between India and England at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai.
  • In November 1992, on the second day of the test between India and South Africa at Kingsmead, Durban; Sachin Tendulkar became the first batsman to be dismissed (run out) by using television replays. Karl Liebenberg was the third umpire who dismissed him.
  • Tendulkar’s career span of 24 years and a day is the fifth-longest in Test history.
  • With his first-class tally of 50,192, Tendulkar is the third non-England player, after Gordon Greenidge and Viv Richards, to enter the 50,000-first-class-runs club.
  • Six times Sachin scored 1000 or more Test runs in a calendar year, the most by any batsman.
  • Tendulkar was dismissed ten times in Tests when he was in his nineties, the most for any batsman
  • Twenty four years at the crease, Tendulkar faced 848 bowlers; if each one of them lined up to bowl one over at him, it would take nine full Test days plus a morning session.
  • The 1998 Sharjah Tournament is considered to be his best tournament as he single-handedly helped India reach the finals and also made a significant contribution helping out India emerging victorious.
  • In 1999, Shoaib Akhtar collided with him during a Test match in Kolkata, resulting in his being ruled run out by the third umpire.
  • The young Sachin was considered a bully in his neighbourhood.
  • His formative years were spent in the “Sahitya Sahawas Cooperative Housing Society” in Bandra (East).

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