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Sachin Tendulkar's Net worth

Sachin Tendulkar is one of the most successful and well-known sports personalities in the world. He embodies the Indian dream and is seen by many as a living god.


His talent and achievements were consistent over a span of more than two decades which made him stand out as a gifted player, and even years after quitting the game he remains India’s favourite son.


Tendulkar wrapped up his illustrious career on 16th November 2013. The same year he was listed on the Forbes “The World’s Highest-Paid Athletes” at #51.

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Sachin Tendulkar Net Worth in 2017


Tendulkar’s net worth in 2017 is estimated to be around $118 million. While Virat Kohli may be the highest paid sportsperson in India, but Tendulkar tops the chart in net worth.


Tendulkar’s house at Bandra is worth at $5.4 million and also have many luxury cars in his garage.

Sachin Tendulkar’s Salary


Tendulkar made around $9 million (Rs. 58 Crore) from endorsements and investments at the end of 2016.


His immense popularity has led him to be one of the earliest leaders in India on endorsements, having worked with Coca Cola, BMW India, Adidas and many other big names. His contract with Coca Cola gets him $1.2 million per year.

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He is the co-owner of ISL franchise Kerala Blasters and Bengaluru Blasters in Premier Badminton League.


He also owns two hotels in Mumbai in a partnership.



He is expected to make a 70% growth from his investments in hotels and sports franchises. Recently, Smaaash Entertainment, a sports based entertainment company backed by Tendulkar raised $ 5 million in investment and is expected to value around $100 million.

Age Source of wealth
SalaryEndorsement earning
$9 million$9 million
Bandra, MumbaiBMW India, Coca Cola, Adidas etc.

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