Indian women cricket players: Indian women cricket has evolved by leaps and bounds over the year. Recently BCCI made a historic decision of equaling the pay of both men and women cricket and this decision was welcomed by one and all with open hands. In this post we have listed down 5 Indian women cricket players who are the wealthiest. Take a look.
She is frequently referred to as the Tendulkar of women’s cricket and holds the record for most runs scored in women’s ODIs and WT20Is for India.
At the moment, Mithali promotes the New Zealand-based Laver and Wood bat company, for which she receives 20 lakhs annually. Raj also advertises prestigious companies including Rio Tinto’s Australian diamonds, Uber, American Tourister, and Royal Challenge. Other endorsements include Fast & Up India, Fitness Studio, and Allen Solly. Mithali’s net worth is around 5.4 Million dollars thanks to multiple endorsements.
2. Harmanpreet Kaur
The basher from Punjab has a Grade A contract with the BCCI due to her efficient cricketing style. She gained notoriety after she scored 171 against the formidable Australians in the 2017 World Cup semifinal. India ultimately lost the tournament, but Harman’s name garnered a lot of brands and endorsements.
She has ties with ITC and the juice beverage B-Natural. The brand value of Harmanpreet is reportedly 10–12 lakhs per day for commercial appearances and 50 lakhs per year for brand endorsements. Her estimated net worth is $5.2 Million.