Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar crossed 30 Million followers on Twitter on Saturday. The former Indian cricketer was quite happy to reach the milestone on his Twitter account and shared that news will all. Tendulkar, who has account @sachin_rt on Twitter, has now managed more than 30.1 million followers at present. Sachin Tendulkar Wishes Hashim Amla a 'Wonderful Retired Life', Calls the South African Batsman Inspiration for Youngsters.
100MB, a mobile app based on the former Indian batsman, first congratulated Tendulkar for the milestone. Retweeting their tweet, Tendulkar thanked every follower of him for supporting him. “So so happy with all the love and support shown by each and everyone of you over the years. Our Family is now 30M strong.Thank You!”, 46-year-old Tendulkar wrote on Twitter. Have a look at the tweet below. Sachin Tendulkar Wishes Good Luck to Dale Steyn and Brendon McCullum on Their Retirement, Check Tweets.
Sachin Scores 30 Million!
So so happy with all the ❤ and support shown by each and everyone of you over the years.
Our Family is now 30M strong.
Thank You! 😃 https://t.co/XTpCbr4Wh1
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 9, 2019
The former Indian opener is quite active on Twitter and has been tweeting about every important cricket events. He recently wished good luck to South African cricketers Dale Steyn and Hashim Amla after both of them announced their retirement from cricket. Steyn recently retired from Test cricket while Amla said goodbye to international cricket. Tendulkar is also quite active on other social media platforms like Instagram, where he has over 16.4 million followers.
Tendulkar is among leading Indian cricketers to have the most number of followers on Twitter. He is well ahead of cricketers like MS Dhoni (7.7 million), Rohit Sharma (14.7 million) and Shikhar Dhawan (4.1 million) in the total number of followers on Twitter. Virat Kohli is the most followed Indian cricketer with 30.9 million followers on Twitter. The Indian skipper also has 38.9 million followers on Instagram.