Anant Tyagi Wiki, Age, Girlfriend, Wife, Family, Biography – Wikipedia

Anant Tyagi is an Indian presenter, commentator and emcee on Star Sports. He has worked as the main presenter for Indian Soccer Competitions, Indian Super League (Soccer), IPL (Cricket), ICC Cricket World Cup (Cricket), ICC Champions Trophy (Cricket) and Rio Olympics.

Wikipedia/ Bio

Anant Tyagi was born on Sunday, November 23, 1986 (34 years old; from 2020) in New Delhi. Her zodiac sign is Sagittarius. His hometown is Mumbai. He did his initial education in Delhi. When Anant was 11 years old, his parents enrolled him in Dehradun’s The Doon School (boarding school) as they wanted him to balance academics and sports. While in school, he got involved in sports such as field hockey, tennis, and track and field and wanted to become a tennis player. After completing his studies, Anant went to Hindu College at the University of Delhi to obtain a Bachelor of Arts and Honors in Economics. Then he went to Jamia Millia Islamia from New Delhi to do a masters degree in mass communication. Later, he attended the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), London, to pursue a course in Digital Communication and Multimedia. Thereafter, he worked as a business analyst at Centrica, a gas company in London for approximately two years. Once, while Anant was having lunch with one of his friends, his friend suggested that he audition for a Hindi commentator on ESPN-Star Sports. He attended the audition and landed a commentary stint for the English Premier League.

Physical appearance

Height (approx.): 5 ′ 9 ″

Hair color: Black

Eye color: Dark brown

Family and caste

He was born into a middle-class family in Bhopal.

Fathers and brothers

His father is a former banker. Not much is known about his mother. He has a younger sister, Manjula Tyagi.

Anant Tyagi's parents

Anant Tyagi’s parents

Sister of Anant Tyagi

Sister of Anant Tyagi

Relationships and wife

Anant married his girlfriend, Sagarika Chettri (sports presenter), on Sunday, December 20, 2015.

Anant Tyagi and his wife

Anant Tyagi and his wife


Anant began his career as a Hindi sportscaster with ESPN Star Sports in 2013. He has hosted sporting events such as the Barclays Premier League. In 2014, he joined Star Sports and hosted the Indian Super League in Hindi. After that, he did a lot of non-live sports shows in English. Subsequently, he began hosting the live broadcast in English.

Anant Tyagi commenting for ISL 2017

Anant Tyagi commenting for ISL 2017

In 2017, Anant introduced the Indian Premier League (IPL) for Hotstar. As a sports presenter, he has hosted many sporting events such as Indian Super League, IPL, ICC Cricket World Cup, ICC Champions Trophy, and Rio Olympics.

Anant Tyagi presents a sports show with co-host Sanjana Ganesan

Anant Tyagi presents a sports show with co-host Sanjana Ganesan

He has interviewed many well-known sports personalities such as Nadia Comaneci (gymnast) and Vishwanathan Anand (Chess Grandmaster).

Anant Tyagi interviewing Vishwanathan Anand

Anant Tyagi interviewing Vishwanathan Anand

Favourite things

  • Travel destination: Austria
  • Sports venue (s): Wankhede Stadium in Mimbai, Mumbai Football Arena
  • Sports personality: Roger Federer (tennis player)

Facts / Trivia

  • Anant Tyagi likes to travel and watch movies in his spare time.
  • He is an avid animal lover and has two cats as pets.
    Anant Tyagi with his domestic cats

    Anant Tyagi with his domestic cats

  • Anant has hosted the Indian Super League for five seasons and has hosted around 300 matches through 2019.
  • Anant was a Junior Head Boy at his school in Delhi. He remained the Head Boy at The Doon School, Dehradoon.
  • Anant was one of two students in The Doon School’s 75-year history to earn the 3 Blazers Awards, the ‘Scholar’s Blazer’ for being good at academic and extracurricular activities, the ‘Games Blazer’ for being good at sports, and the ‘Duke’s Blazer’, the international award for young people (as of 2003).
  • Anant’s paternal grandfather, Dushyant Kumar, was a famous poet, and his maternal grandfather, Kamleshwar, was an author who wrote such films as Aandhi (1975). His maternal grandfather was awarded Padma Bhushan.