The 47-year-old, who recently featured in in Raipur revealed that he has mild symptoms.
“I have tested positive today following mild symptoms. All others at home have tested negative. I have quarantined myself at home and am following all the necessary protocols as adviced by my doctors,” Tendulkar said in a statement released on Twitter.
The recently concluded World Series in which Tendulkar led India Legends had former players from England, West Indies, Bangladesh, South Africa and Sri Lanka as well. Tendulkar, in the T20 series, captained India to title win.
Crowds were also allowed to watch the matches.
The highest run-scorer of all time in both Test matches and one-day internationals, Sachin retired in 2013 after playing in 200 Tests, in which he scored 15,921 runs.
He scored another 18,426 runs in 463 ODIs and hit 100 centuries across both formats.
India, on Saturday reported 62,258 new infections, its highest since October, taking its tally to 11.91 million.
Tendulkar lives in Mumbai, the capital of the Western Indian state of Maharashtra which has been the hardest hit by a resurgence in cases.
Maharashtra has seen infections rising steadily and recorded an all-time high of 36,902 new cases on Friday with India’s commercial capital Mumbai also reporting a high of 5,515 cases.