Sanjay Vijay Manjrekar is a former Indian cricketer. His profile was that of a right-handed middle order batsman. He made his first-class cricket debut on 7 March 1985, scoring 57 runs in his only innings for Bombay during their Ranji Trophy quarter-final victory over Haryana. He performed steadily in 1985–86, averaging 42.40 with the bat, though his highest score was 51 not out. The following season, he struck his first century in first-class cricket, remaining 100 not out during the first innings of a match against Baroda..He struck a double century for West Zone in October 1987, scoring 278 runs from 376 before being run out.In late 1987, he made his international debut, facing the West Indies in Delhi. In the third Test of the same series, Manjrekar made his highest score in Test cricket, reaching 218 runs in the first innings, before being run out. Domestically, he enjoyed success in the 1990–91 season, scoring four centuries and one half-century in eight first-class appearances. During the season, he scored his highest total, 377, in the Ranji Trophy semi-final against Hyderabad. He scored his final international century against Zimbabwe, in October 1992, reaching 104 in a drawn Test match.