Asian Sports Heroes
Each country produces great sportsperson who go on to create unforgettable legacies throughout their career. These sportspersons are considered more than just players and have a fan following which considers them inhuman. It is their ability to perform and their sports discipline, which works to give hope to people when they are on the verge of defeat. Their great comebacks from a losing situation and single-handedly leading the entire team to victory make them the heroes that every sport needs. Asia has a list of its own sports heroes who have created world history in their careers.
Sachin Tendulkar (Cricket)
Arguably the greatest batsman in the world, Sachin Tendulkar, played for India. He has a fan following of 2.5 billion and is considered a god by many. He has to lead the Indian cricket team to victory several times and has unbreakable records even after his retirement.
Manny Pacquiao (Boxing)
The most influential boxer of the current generation, Manny Pacquiao is from the Philippines and is considered a hero by his fans. He is not only the fasted inside the ring but also has a big heart. He has a humble nature and a fighter attitude, which has won him several titles over the years, making him the best of Asia.
Yao Ming (Basketball)
He is considered a legend of his generation for being the tallest humble person in the world. He is known for the best combination of size, strength, and agility, which is hard to find anywhere else. Yao Ming from China is also responsible for single-handedly creating an entirely new market for basketball in his country. If you do not remember his name yet, you will recognize him from his famous meme.
While every country supports players to improve their game, some come ahead to revolutionize the entire game to improve the reputation of their entire team. Such players register their names in the history of games for generations to come and are called the greatest of all time.