Here’s What Indian Cricketers Are Paid To Put A Sticker On Their Bats

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In modern-day cricket, most of the cricketers are paid heavily to endorse different brands on their bats. Over the years, we have seen many cricketers, specially Indian cricketers, promote brands through big stickers on their bats. In this post, we list how much Indian cricketer are paid for endorsing brands on their bats.

Virat Kohli

India’s poster-boy, Virat Kohli, is the highest paid cricketer in world cricket. Virat Kohli, who uses MRF bat, gets paid 8 crore rupees by MRF per year for the endorsement.

MS Dhoni

If Kohli is the highest, MS Dhoni is the second highest paid cricketer in world cricket. Dhoni endorses Spartan, a Australia based sports good manufacturing company. Dhoni charges 6 crore rupees from Spartan.

Yuvraj Singh

Puma, one of the leading sportswear brand has struck a 4 crore deal with Yuvraj Singh for apparel, footwear and bat.

Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina and Ajinkya Rahane

Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina charge up to 3 crore rupees for sporting Ceat stickers on the bats. On the other hand, Ajinkya Rahane charges around 1.5crore for apparel, footwear and bat together. MRF pays 3 crore rupees to Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan.