Despite not playing international cricket, MS Dhoni is one of the richest cricketers going around.
Former Indian captain MS Dhoni is widely celebrated as one of the greatest cricketers ever and his contribution to the national team can’t be described in numbers. The Ranchi-born cricketer has tormented many bowlers with his big-hitting while his wicketkeeping prowess didn’t let batters breathe easy. As if this is not enough, Dhoni has a sharp cricket mind which allows him to make impeccable on-field decisions.
Seldom you’ll see a player possessing all these skills and this makes Dhoni of a kind. In fact, he’s the only captain to win all the three major ICC titles in limited-overs cricket. With the talismanic wicketkeeper-batsman being such a massive figure in world cricket, he possesses a hefty bank balance. In fact, Dhoni, who’s no more an international cricketer, is still one of the richest cricketers going around. After all, he has multiple sources of income.
Here we bring you MS Dhoni’s net worth based on his earnings and assets
MS Dhoni Annual Salary
Dhoni held the top contract from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the major part of his international career. However, he’s now retired from international cricket and doesn’t have an annual contract with the board. Nevertheless, Dhoni still earns a plethora of money from the Indian Premier League (IPL), brand endorsements, and several businesses. As of 2021, his annual salary is around 10 million dollars which is approximately INR 74.49 crore.
MS Dhoni IPL Salary
As mentioned above, Dhoni continues to ply his trade in IPL. He leads Chennai Super Kings in the gala tournament and has guided them to as many as three titles. The Ranchi-born cricketer is also one of the most successful batsmen, wicket-keepers, and captains in IPL history.
Any franchise would want a player of this caliber. Owing to this, all eight teams bid for him ahead of the inaugural IPL edition in 2008 but CSK earned his services. As per Dhoni’s current contract, he earns a whopping INR 15 crore from CSK per season.
MS Dhoni Endorsements
It’s not a secret that Dhoni likes to stay away from the limelight and he even hasn’t been much active on social media since the past few years. However, he’s still a global icon and subsequently endorses many prominent brands. As of now, he’s a brand ambassador of brands like Dream11, GoDaddy, Mastercard, Yippee Noodles, Gulf Engine Oil etc. As per reports, the star cricketer makes around INR 50 crore per year with these brand endorsements.
MS Dhoni House and Car Collection
Many small-town cricketers tend to shift to metro cities after earning name and fame. However, that isn’t the case with Dhoni as he still stays in his home town Ranchi alongside his family. He, nevertheless, has made a luxurious mansion for himself which cost him around INR six crore. Dhoni also owns a farmhouse in Ranchi which is spread across seven acres.
Meanwhile, Dhoni’s love more automobiles is also hidden from none. He, in fact, has built a separate showroom to keep his cars and bikes. Speaking of the vehicle he possesses, Land Rover, Hummer H2, Audi Q7, Mercedes G Wagon, Hayabusa, Intrude and Ducati 1098 are some luxury on wheels having the leverage of being in Dhoni’s garage.
MS Dhoni Net Worth
If all the above information is taken into account, MS Dhoni’s yearly income is around 10 million dollars which is approximately INR 74.49 crore. As far as the wicketkeeper-batsman’s net worth is concerned, he reportedly has collected around INR 819 crore. All these figures make Dhoni one of the wealthiest athletes on the planet. Aging 40, the CSK skipper is expected to hang up his boots from all formats of cricket soon. Having mentioned that, Dhoni and predictable decisions don’t go hand in hand.
|Annual Salary||INR 74.49 crore|
|IPL Salary||INR 15 crore|
Dream11, GoDaddy, Mastercard, Yippee Noodles, Gulf Engine Oil
|Bikes & Car Collections|
Land Rover, Hummer H2, Audi Q7, Mercedes G Wagon, Hayabusa, Intrude and Ducati 1098
|Net Worth||INR 819 crore|
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