Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|An Indian Cricketer, Know his Networth, Career, Wife, Kids
Facts of Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|An Indian Cricketer, Know his Networth, Career, Wife, Kids
|Net worth||$170 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1973 April 24|
|First Name||Sachin Ramesh|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 4 Inch|
A legendary Indian cricketer, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar has an estimated net worth of $170 million (INR 1250 Crore) as of 2022. He is considered one of the finest batsmen to have ever played International Cricket, many even call him the "God of Cricket".
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Income Source of Sachin Tendulkar-
Sachin used to get paid a hefty amount during his playing tenure but after his retirement, his major source of income comes from endorsements, business ventures, TV promotions, etc. It is reported that Sachin makes an annual revenue of around INR 50 crore. Sachin has endorsed several top-level global brands like Unacademy, BMW, Coca-Cola, Britannia, Philips, Visa, Reliance Jio, Pepsi, Luminous, Toshiba, etc throughout his career.
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Assets and Properties of Sachin Tendulkar-
In the year 2007, Sachin purchased a spacious 6,000-square-foot villa at Perry Cross Road in suburban Bandra (West) for a total amount of INR 39 crore. According to reports, Sachin and his wife also owned a luxurious house in Malabar Hill, Mumbai which was later sold to a businessman for a total amount of INR 145 crores in the year 2018. In the same year 2018, Sachin and Anjali bought a 1,600-square-foot apartment at the luxurious Rustomjee Seasons in Bandra-Kurla Complex or BKC, Mumbai for a total amount of INR 7.15 Crores. Sachin also has a lavishing collection of cars which includes cars like the Volvo S80, Audi Q7, Ferrari 360, BMW X5 M50d, BMW M5 JAHRE EDITION, BMW M5, Nissan GT-R Egoist Edition, and many more.
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The Career of Sachin Tendulkar-
Sachin was given his most memorable bat when he was 11 years old. As a 14-year-old, he utilized it to score 329 out of a world-record stand of 664 in a school match. After a year he scored hundred years on his top-of-the-line debut for Bombay (Mumbai), and at age 16 years 205 days, Sachin made a new record as the youngest cricketer, against Pakistan on November 1989. When Sachin was 18 years old, he scored two centuries against Australia (148 in Sydney and 114 in Perth) at their home, and in the year 1994, Sachin scored a massive 179 against the West Indies. In August 1996, at the age of 23, Sachin was made the skipper of the Indian National Team.
Despite the fact that India was crushed in the elimination rounds of the 1996 Cricket World Cup, Tendulkar rose as the competition's top run scorer, with 523 runs. In the year 1998, he was chosen for one of the biggest awards in the nation, (ie Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Award), for his exceptional presentation in the 1997-98 season. India was defeated by Australia in the 1999 Cricket World Cup, neglecting to propel past the round of six, and was terribly defeated by both Australia and South Africa in a series soon thereafter. In the 2003 World Cup, India made it up to the final, Sachin played a vital role in assisting team India leading to the finals. However, India was again badly defeated by Australia in the finals whereas Sachin was named the "Man of the Tournament."
Tendulkar left his mark on world cricket in December 2005 when he scored his record-breaking 35th hundred in test cricket against Sri Lanka. The accomplishment was achieved in a sum of 125 Tests and helped Tendulkar to surpass the productive Indian run scorer Sunil Gavaskar. In June 2007, Tendulkar completed another significant achievement when he turned into the only player to reach 15,000 runs in a one-day international (ODI), and in November 2011 he became the primary batsman to score 15,000 runs in Test cricket. After one month he scored a record-making first double-century in ODI cricket against South Africa. He lifted the ICC Cricket world cup 2011 with India and in the following year against Bangladesh, Tendulkar scored his unprecedented 100th hundred in international cricket— which included both Test (51 centuries) and ODI (49 centuries). He retired from ODI cricket soon thereafter, and in 2013 he finished a six-year stretch with the Indian Premier League (as an individual from the Mumbai Indians) and retired from Test cricket.
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Awards and Achievements of Sachin Tendulkar-
Sachin has been honored with several prestigious awards, some of them are-
1. In the year 1994, Sachin was honored with the Arjuna Award.
2. In the year 1997-98, Sachin was honored with the Khel Ratna Award.
3. In the year 1999, Sachin was honored with the Padma-Shri.
4. In the year 2001, Sachin was honored with the Maharashtra Bhushan Award.
5. In the year 2008, Sachin was honored with the Padma Vibhushan.
6. In the year 2014, Sachin was honored with the Bharat Ratna.
Sachin has also been awarded several awards such as the Indian Cricketer of the Year award (several times), International Cricketer of the Year award (2006–07, 2009–10 ), ESPNCricinfo Cricketer of the Generation Award (2014), and many more.
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Personal Life and Family of Sachin Tendulkar-
He was born on April 24, 1973 (age 49 years), in Mumbai, India. Sachin is the son of Ramesh Tendulkar (Father) and Rajni Tendulkar (Mother). He has three elder siblings, Nitin, Ajit, and Savita. In the year 1995, he got married to Anjali Tendulkar. The couple has been blessed with two beautiful children, Sara Tendulkar, and Arjun Tendulkar. Sachin and Anjali are living a happy married life with their kids.
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Sachin Tendulkar's: Engagement in Online World-
Sachin is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 35.4 million followers on Instagram, 37.6 million followers on Twitter, and 37 million followers on Facebook.
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