Sanjay Manjrekar Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Wife & More
Bio Real NameSanjay Vijay Manjrekar NicknameSanj ProfessionFormer Indian Cricketer Physical Stats & More Height (approx,)in centimeters- 178 cm in meters- 1.78 m in Feet Inches- 5’ 10” Weight (approx.)in Kilograms- 72 kg in Pounds- 159 lbs Body Measurements (approx.)- Chest: 42 Inches - Waist: 36 Inches - Biceps: 14 Inches Eye ColourBlack Hair ColourBlack Cricket International DebutTest- 25 November 1987 vs West Indies at Delhi ODI- 5 January 1988 vs West Indies at Rajkot International RetirementTest- 20 November 1996 vs South Africa at Ahmedabad ODI- 6 November 1996 vs South Africa at Mumbai Coach/MentorSubhash Bandiwadekar Domestic/State TeamMumbai Nature on fieldCool Likes to play againstSouth Africa Career Turning PointIn 1989, when he scored 218 runs against Pakistan in a Test match. Personal Life Date of Birth12 July 1965 Age (as in 2017)52 Years Birth PlaceMangalore, Karnataka, India Zodiac sign/Sun signCancer NationalityIndian HometownMumbai, Maharashtra, India SchoolNot Known CollegeN/A Educational QualificationsNot Known FamilyFather- Late Vijay Manjrekar, Former Indian Cricketer
Some Lesser Known Facts About Sanjay Manjrekar
Does Sanjay Manjrekar smoke?: No
Does Sanjay Manjrekar drink alcohol?: No
His Father, Vijay Manjrekar, also played for the Indian National Team (1952-1965) and was considered as the best player to face fast bowlers of his time.
He got retired hurt in his debut test match after scoring 5 runs and 10 runs in the first and the second innings respectively.
In 1988, he made his first half-century against New Zealand in an ODI.
In April 1988, he made his maiden Test Century by hitting 108 runs against West Indies.
His father once told him, “Never make cricket your life, play it as a game”.
In an interview, he revealed that his mother used to collect his press clippings.
He considers his 100 at Barbados in 1989 as his best knock.
After his retirement from the International Cricket, he kept playing domestic cricket until the end of 1997-1998.
After his retirement from all the formats of cricket, he joined the commentary box which is still continued.
He is an ardent follower of singer Kishore Kumar and is considered to be a wonderful singer by his team-mates.