The legendary cricket player Sachin Tendulkar has stated on numerous occasions that his wife Anjali was a significant factor in his success.
During the time that Sachin was racking up runs for India, Anjali, who is trained as a physician, was in charge of looking after the family. “Both Anjali and I were performing exceptionally well for India. Anjali came in first place in her exam.
You are aware that she is a doctor who has been awarded a gold medal, and as a result, her career was thriving, and she was going to reach a different level; however, she made the decision to sacrifice her career so that we could start a family “In an interview given in 2019, Tendulkar stated the following to India Today.
“She was aware that I needed to travel, and she was concerned about who would watch over Sara and Arjun in my absence. As a result, she kindly chose to go ahead and make that decision.
I don’t believe that things would have turned out the same way if she hadn’t made her contribution and had been so nice. I seriously doubt that I would be sitting here right now under any circumstances.”
On Thursday, Sachin shared a beautiful video on Instagram featuring himself and his wife, Anjali. In the video, Sachin is seen seated in a restaurant. The setting is not specified. After that, he displays a plate in front of him that has the following inscription engraved on it: “You never know who you’ll meet over a slice.”
The focus then shifts to Anjali, who was seated on the other side of the table and was beaming as the camera moves towards her. The video is spreading rapidly across social media platforms.
The video received responses from a number of cricketers, including Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, and others. But the response that Suryakumar Yadav gave grabbed the prize. He claimed that this was the “ultimate reply from the non strikers end.”
Arjun, Sachin’s son, made his debut in the Ranji Trophy on Wednesday and scored a century for Goa against Rajasthan. This accomplishment allowed Arjun to match a milestone reached by his father.
In 1988, when Sachin was still a teenager, he made his Ranji Trophy debut against Gujarat and scored a century in the match. This match was against Gujarat.