From Field To Fame: 10 Famous Sports Men Who Are A Real Game Changer Of Their Destiny

10 Indian Sports Personalities Who Write Their Destiny 

Every sportsperson experiences some form of hardship and struggles in their sporting journey. However, to achieve their goals, they must overcome obstacles related to money, style of playing, and social presence. The Indian sports celebrities mentioned in the blog below have proved that success is achievable and that persistence and self-control can change your fate.

Here, in this blog, we will be highlighting the struggles and life journeys of Indian sports personalities who proved that nothing is impossible when you are determined. We suggest you scroll through this blog and get motivated by their real-life stories.

10 Indian Sports Personalities Who Write Their Destiny  

1. Sachin Tendulkar

Despite the other competitors, Sachin Tendulkar is regarded as the finest batsman. He is renowned as "The God of Cricket" and "Master Blaster" for hitting the most scores in all variations. Throughout his 24-calendar-year career, he changed the face of Indian Cricket.

In cricket, his statistics are going to remain the pinnacle of his life achievement. He is without any question, India's most well-known sports figure.

2. Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Everyone's favourite for a while, Captain Cool M.S. Dhoni led the Indian squad. He is the sole captain in cricket history to have led a side through all three ICC tournaments. While witnessing Dhoni's game-winning boundary in the finals, everyone shivers to date.

3. Virat Kohli

Skipper of the Indian cricket team, Virat Kohli is regarded as one the best batters of modern age. Virat Kohli's passion for cricket, boldness, style, and social life all have contributed to his present-day popularity. Being the only athlete to win all three main ICC Awards, the Indian captain proved his prime sporting time. 

In 2019 he led both: the Test squad and the ODI squad for the ICC. Additionally, he continued to be ranked as the best batsman in the ICC rankings. In overall 262 ODIs, he has also amassed 12300 runs at an average of 92.84.

4. Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh, popularly known as Yuvi, is a legendary former Indian cricket player. Yuvi played a crucial role in India's victories in the World Cup in both 2007 and 2011. In the massive 2011 World Cup, 4 times he won Man of the Match awards, making him the Man of the Tournament. Yuvi was diagnosed with cancer when he was 29 years old and at the peak of his career. Yuvi's milestone of 6 sixes in just one over in cricket globally is legendary. Yuvraj announced his retirement after being eliminated from the 2019 World Cup.

5. K L Rahul

KL Rahul is an Indian batter recognized for his appealing batting approach and adaptability across all forms. Rahul was born on 18th April 1992 and made his debut for India in 2014 and soon asserted himself as a consistent top-order batsman. He has been a steady starter for the Indian team, with a cool approach at the wicket and an extensive variety of strokes in his repertoire. Aside from his batting prowess, Rahul has demonstrated versatility by taking up wicketkeeping responsibilities for the squad in different forms, making him a "KL Favourite edition" in the team's lineup.

6. Sunil Chettri

Renowned Indian soccer player Sunil Chhetri plays as a winger or forward. He is the captain of both the Bengaluru Club and the Indian Football Team. Chhetri ranks third amongst current players according to the number of goals abroad scored, after only Messi and Ronaldo. 

He has marked 92 goals in 142 appearances which makes him the highest goal scorer in India.

7. Ravichandran Ashwin

Indian Bowler R. Ashwin is a versatile player who bowls off-break right arm. He has played a crucial role in the bowling squad of the present day. He received backlash during IPL after he "mankaded" Rajasthan Royals top batter Jos Buttler. R. Ashwin is the fastest bowler from India to reach the milestone of 450+ wickets. As of March 2023, Ashwin is ranked second amongst all-rounders and first amongst spinners in Test cricket.

8. PV Sindhu

PV Sindhu has become one of the nation's finest shuttlers. PV Sindhu earned her gender's singles title at the 2022 Commonwealth Championships in Birmingham In July 2022, she defeated Chinese shuttler Wang Zhi Yi to win the women's solo trophy at the Singapore Open 2022 BWF Super 500 tournament.

9. Saina Nehwal

One of the first Indian badminton players to make us proud by winning an Olympic medal. In the BWF rankings, she has held the top spot in the globe once. Eleven of Saina's more than 24 worldwide titles are Super Series titles. Saina is a renowned athlete who has made a significant impact on the popularity of badminton in the nation.

10. Mary Kom

Mary Kom is the only female boxer to have won the World Amateur Boxing Championship six times and won a medal at every one of the seven world championships. Mary is still the first female Indian boxer to have qualified for the Summer Olympics. She proceeded to win a bronze award in the flyweight 51 kg division.


These athletes have continuously served as an inspiration to the younger generation. We also trust that future generations will draw lessons from all their struggles and challenges.

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