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Mustafa Ghouse was born on 19 August, 1980 in Mumbai, India, is an Indian tennis player. Discover Mustafa Ghouse's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?
|Age||40 years old|
|Born||19 August 1980|
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Mustafa Ghouse Net Worth
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|Net Worth in 2021||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2020||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2019||Pending|
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The advisory board at the Inspire Institute of Sport includes Indian tennis star Mahesh Bhupathi and former Indian cricket team captain Sourav Ganguly. In 2020, the IIS was announced as a member of The Association of Sports Institutes in Asia (ASIA).
Mustafa has been recognised as playing a key role in the club’s success in its initial years, with Bengaluru FC going on to win the I-League title in its debut season before becoming the first Indian club to reach the final of the AFC Cup, in 2016. Apart from winning six trophies in its first six years of existence, Bengaluru FC has developed a dedicated fan following and become a part of the city's culture and fabric.
Following The JSW Group’s investment in Delhi’s Indian Premier League franchise, in December 2018, Mustafa Ghouse was appointed its Director. The Delhi IPL Franchise would later be renamed Delhi Capitals. For a year since the investment in 2017, Mustafa led efforts to reboot the team. Beginning with its rebranding as Delhi Capitals the following season, former Indian national team cricketers Sourav Ganguly and Mohammed Kaif were brought on board to the leadership team. Mustafa had stressed that the important aspect of The JSW Group’s business philosophy was reconnecting with Delhi’s Cricket culture while also building a winning team on the pitch that the fans would come to adore.
Representing India, Mustafa won the bronze medal in the Men’s Doubles event at the 2002 Asian Games, in Busan, South Korea, alongside Uppal. Having reached the semi-finals, the duo went down to eventual silver medalists Chung Hee-seok and Lee Hyung-taik of South Korea, who were beaten by Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi in the final.
JSW Sports aims to play a leading role in ushering a culture of sports in India by maximising the sporting potential of Indian sports and sportspersons. In December 2018, JSW Sports announced that it will also manage commercial and marketing interests of its athletes.
Launched on the Indian Independence Day of 2018, the IIS is spread over 42 acres and houses over 300 athletes, with focus on boxing, wrestling, judo and athletics. The Institute has a staff that comprises over 40 individuals from eight countries, who work at its various facilities. With a combat hall, a high-performance centre, a state-of-the-art gym, a sports science centre, physiotherapy rooms, hot and cold tub facilities for recovery, a cafeteria and an academic block, the IIS has been hailed for its ability to produce ‘top athletes’ from the country.
JSW Sports was awarded the prestigious Rashtriya Khel Protsahan Puruskar Award by the Government of India for its contribution towards sport in India, in the years 2014 and 2018; the highest accolade awarded by the Government of India. JSW Sports also won the FICCI India Sports awards in the category of Best Company Promoting Sports (Private Sector) in 2018.
As CEO of JSW Sports, Mustafa has been a part of the building of Bengaluru FC from its ideation stage, leading the submission of the tender when invited by the AIFF in 2013. In his role as Chief Operating Officer of Bengaluru FC in its initial year as an I-League Club, he introduced a professional approach to football clubs in India, following the best practices from European teams, imposing a strict sports science regime and made the club a first in India to obtain an AFC license in its initial year.
Mustafa Ghouse was appointed as CEO of JSW Sports in 2012. Since its inception in 2012 as a programme to support Indian Olympic athletes, the Sports division of the JSW Group has added teams in the Indian Premier League, Pro-Kabaddi League and Indian Super League to its portfolio. The JSW Group has also led the establishment of the Inspire Institute of Sport, India’s first privately funded high-performance training centre for future Olympians, in Bellary, Karnataka.
As CEO of JSW Sports, Mustafa has led the JSW Sports Excellence Programme (SEP) since it commenced in 2012 to support Olympic Disciplines - Boxing, Judo, Wrestling, Swimming and Athletics. Some of the current names in the JSW Sports Sports Excellence Programme stable include Asian and Commonwealth Games gold-medal winning javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra, 2016 Rio Olympic Bronze medal winning female wrestler Sakshi Malik, Asian and Commonwealth Games gold medal winning wrestler Bajrang Punia and 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games gold medal winning high-jumper Tejaswin Shankar.
Mustafa announced his retirement from all forms of professional tennis in 2008.
Mustafa teamed up with Rohan Bopanna at the 2006 Kingfisher Airlines Tennis Open, in Mumbai, held as part of the 2006 ATP Tour, where the duo ended as runners up in the Men’s Doubles event to the Croat-Indian pairing of Mario Ancic and Mahesh Bhupathi 6–4, 6–7, [10–8].
In December 2006, Mustafa and Bopanna would team up once again as part of the Indian contingent at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar. After convincing wins over teams from Bahrain and Chinese Taipei, Mustafa and Bopanna bowed out to South Korean pairing of Jun Woong-sun and Kim Sun-yong 7-6, 6-1 in the quarterfinals.
Prior to his involvement in Management of Sport, Mustafa was a professional tennis player who represented India at the 2002 Asian Games in Busan, South Korea and the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar, winning a bronze medal in the Men’s Doubles event at the 2002 edition with partner, Vishal Uppal.
Mustafa attained a career high singles ranking of 500 in October 2002, and was ranked at a career-best 131 in the doubles circuit in August 2007.
Between 2002 and 2007, Mustafa claimed 17 doubles titles with various partners and one singles title, at the Nambia F1 Futures in 2006.
A right-handed player, Mustafa debuted in India's Davis Cup team in 2001, aged 21, after claiming the National Tennis Championship crown in both the singles and doubles event, in Kolkata, with Vishal Uppal as his partner.
Mustafa Ghouse (born 19 August 1980) is the Chief Executive Officer of JSW Sports, the sports vertical of The JSW Group. The JSW Group owns and operates Indian Super League club Bengaluru FC and Pro-Kabaddi League team Haryana Steelers. Mustafa is also the Director at JSW Sports’ Indian Premier League franchise Delhi Capitals.