Sachin Tendulkar is the brightest star in the world of cricket has achieved his greatest prices with his intellectual and skilful cricketing brains. He was born on 24 April 1973 to a middle class family in Mumbai. His father Ramesh Tendulkar was a schoolteacher and a Marathi Novelist. As a child Tendulkar loved to play tennis more than any other game. It was his elder brother Ajit Tendulkar, who motivated him to play cricket. Young Sachin later found his interest to become a fast bowler. However his height made him the finest batsmen in the world. Sachin has been ‘Man of the Match’ 11 times in Test matches and ‘Man of the Series’ twice against Australia.
Analysis of Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin has emotions but also the capacity to keep them in control. He will get slightly swayed by emotional situations, but judgment will always prevail. Like any normal person, he to gets hurt if anyone were to criticize him, but here the pain will be with regard to any comment passed on his personality, that is his height, way of dressing, walking, talking etc. So if Sachin is laughing when people are mimicking him, don’t be taken in by that smile, he is hurting inside but unable to express it out. Sachin is a positive person and looks at the bright side of any situation. he has leadership qualities, he will take up the task with enthusiasm. However it would benefit him more to underline his signature properly, i.e that line beneath the signature shouldn’t just fade away.
The circle around the signature, partial or complete, has two meanings. The writer may be protective about his near and dear ones or may be fearful of the environment. The circle is like a protective shield. We can see a semi- circle in his signature. He is a person who has an healthy ego, but cannot take someone’s authority over him. He may not show it out, but the pressure building up inside will release itself elsewhere. We also know that he is ambidextourous (which means that he can use both hands with ease). As you can see in the picture, he is signing with the left hand. Such people will be very creative and think of new ways of tackling situations. It is no crime in being left handed and you analyze the handwriting just in the same way as you would do for a right handed one or even when a person has used only his mouth to write. This is because handwriting is nothing but brain writing and so whatever you write on the paper speaks for itself.