How much do cricketers get paid for a bat sponsorship?

Endorsements are a huge part of every sportsperson’s career as it garners a huge amount of monetary benefits for them. The bigger his brand value, the more one earns in the endorsement deals. In cricket, placing the stickers on the bats of the cricketers is a deal between the company and the player which helps players garner a lot of money. Let us look at some of the highest-paid athletes in this category.

 Joe Root

The English skipper is paid 1.7 crores/year by ‘New Balance’

Suresh Raina

The elegant southpaw used to get 2.5–3 crores/year from ‘Ceat’

Chris Gayle

The ‘Universe Boss’ gets 3 crores per year from’ Spartan’

Shikhar Dhawan

The destructive Indian opener gets 3 crores from ‘MRF’

Rohit Sharma

Hitman gets paid 3 crores from ‘Ceat’

AB de Villiers

The 360-degree batsman ABD used to get 3.5 crores/year from ‘MRF’

Yuvraj Singh

The world’s 3rd largest sportswear manufacturer ‘Puma’ paid 4 crores per year to Yuvi

Mahendra Singh Dhoni

Spartan used to pay 6 crores per year for displaying their sticker in the bat of our World cup winning captain.

Virat Kohli

Virat Kohli renewed his bat sponsorship deal with MRF for eight years for ₹110 crores in 2017. Which means a per-year average of 13.75 crores!

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