Virat Kohli is considered to be one of the highest paid cricketers in world cricket. Virat is the only Indian among the top 100 athletes in the 2020 Forbes list. In the BCCI’s recently announced annual agreement, the name of Team India captain is included in Grade-A +, which means that Virat pays Rs 7 crore per year. Although Kohli has been at the forefront of scoring in world cricket, he is still behind England’s Test captain Joe Root as a captain in international cricket. According to the ECB’s 2020/21 Test Agreement, this route will earn a higher salary than Virat.
The remaining matches of the IPL 2021 will be played in the UAE between September 15 and October 15, with the BCCI announcing soon
According to cricketer Dan Kom, according to the England Cricket Board’s Red Ball Agreement, players who come to Grade-A are paid about Rs 7.22 crore annually. According to him, Root is the highest paid captain in world cricket. Not only Root, but also England fast bowler Joffra Archer, who is in the Great-A, gets a higher salary than Virat Kohli. Apart from Virat and Rohit Sharma from India, Jaspreet Bumrah’s name is included in Grade-A +. Indian players in Grade-A receive Rs 5 crores per annum and Rs 3 crores in Grade-B.
David Warner wrote a message praising Virat Kohli, which is viral
As far as India is concerned, a total of 10 players, including Rishabh Pant and Hardik Pandya, have been inducted into Grade-A this time. In Grade B, fast bowlers Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Shardul Thakur are named. BCCI has named spin bowlers Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav in Grade-C in its annual contract. Team India will travel to India on June 2 to play a five-Test series against England in the World Test Championships final. The WTC Final against India and New Zealand will be held in Southampton from June 18 to 22.