In India cricket is not just a game. It is rather a religion and people worship the cricketers. It is the most celebrated sport in India. India has the largest number of audience. Be it the test series, one or IPL, the excitement never fades away. Cricket enthusiasts are always glued to the television sets.
Over the years this sport has grown a lot. Be it in making records or breaking records our Indian cricketers gives a tough competition to all the other countries. They are paid a very handsome salary.
Apart from the money, they get from cricket board they are the first choice of popular brands. Let’s check out the net worth of top 8 Richest Cricketers of India.
1) Sachin Tendulkar
Sachin Tendulkar is popularly known as the ‘God of Cricket’. His excellent game on the pitch has always rewarded him a huge amount. This is why with INR 1066 crore, he is the richest Indian cricketer ever.
2) MS Dhoni
MS Dhoni is one of the coolest and most successful captains till today. With INR 734 crore he is the second richest Indian cricketer of all time.
3. Virat Kohli
Virat is the present captain of Indian cricket team. Unlike Dhoni he is known for his aggressive nature on the pitch. His net worth is INR 390 crore. Presently he is the highest paid cricketer in the world.
4) Virender Sehwag
Virendra Sehwag is one of the most destructive opening batsmen. He is known as the game changer. His net worth is INR 255 crore.
5) Yusuf Pathan
After Virendra Sehwag he is one of the most destructive batsmen in India. This all rounder cricketer as a net worth of INR 169 Crore.
6) Suresh Raina
In this list of net worth, Suresh Raina bags the 6th position. His net worth is INR 150 crore.
7) Yuvraj Singh
Yuvraj Singh is one of the richest Indian cricketers. He played a vital role when India won the world cup in 2011. With a net worth of INR 149 crore, he is at the 7th position.
8) Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma’s full name is Rohit Gurunath Sharma. He has the highest individual score that is 264 in ODIs in a single inning. His net worth is INR 124.4 crore.