Mumbai, July 9: India's 'God of Cricket' Sachin Tendulkar graced Wimbledon 2024 with his presence at the Centre Court on Saturday. The moment the commentator praised Sachin Tendulkar as a cricketing legend, having won the World Cup and amassed the highest run total in the sport's history, created a memorable atmosphere at Wimbledon Centre Court and the India cricketing legend was greeted with applause. Along with him, on Saturday, other sports personalities from all around the world have also made an appearance in the ongoing Championship. Here is a look at the top stars to make an appearance in the ongoing Wimbledon 2024. Taylor Fritz Beats Alexander Zverev at Wimbledon 2024; Novak Djokovic Gets Into It With Crowd.

Sachin Tendulkar 

Sachin Tendulkar at Wimbledon 2024 (Photo credit: X @Wimbledon)

The former Indian batting maestro made his appearance during the exciting encounter between Cameron Norrie and Alexander Zverev. He has been a familiar face in the stands over the years.

Pep Guardiola 

Pep Guardiola (Photo Credit: Twitter/@Wimbledon)

The Spanis manager who helped Manchester City become the first team to lift four consecutive Premier League titles wa also present at the Centre Court along with Sachin Tendulkar.

Jos Buttler 

Jos Buttler (Photo Credit: Twitter/@Wimbledon)

England's white-ball skipper was also spotted at the Centre Court with Sachin Tendulkar and Pep Guardiola.

Ben Stokes 

Ben Stokes (Photo Credit: Twitter/@Wimbledon)

Englands' Test captain Ben Stokes was sitting right behind the Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar at the Centre Court.

Joe Root

Joe Root (Photo Credit: Twitter/@Wimbledon)

One of the top Test batters that English cricket has ever witnessed, Joe Root was also present at the Centre Court for the clash between Cameron Norrie and Alexander Zverev. Novak Djokovic Confronts Wimbledon 2024 Audience for Booing After Round of 16 Win Over Holger Rune, Says ‘You Guys Can’t Touch Me’ (Watch Video).

Roger Federer 

Roger Federer (Photo Credit: Twitter/@Wimbledon)

The Tennis great and 20-time Grand Slam Champions was present at Court One for the game between Ben Shelton and Denis Shapovalov.