The IPL 2020 is going on and today, we will let you know how much money has been paid to the players during the auction. Here is the list of Top 10 Highest Paid Players in IPL2020.

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Top 10 Highest Paid Players in IPL2020

  1. Virat Kohli
  2. MS Dhoni
  3. Rohit Sharma
  4. David Warner
  5. Steven Smith
  6. Suresh Raina
  7. AB de Villiers
  8. Manish Pandey
  9. Lokesh Rahul
  10. Hardik Pandya

Highest Paid Players IPL2020

S.No.NameIPL 2020 Salary
1Virat Kohli17 Crore
2MS Dhoni15 Crore
3Rohit Sharma15 Crore
4David Warner12.5 Crore
5Steven Smith12.5 Crore
6Suresh Raina11 Crore
7AB de Viliiers11 Crore
8Manish Pandey11 Crore
9Lokesh Rahul11 Crore
10Hardik Pandya11 Crore

Players Background

Virat Kohli

A playful teenager rose to the fame after leading the India to the Under-19 World Cup in Kuala Lumpur, Sri Lanka in early 2008. In an Indian team filled with a pious squad that deserves their own biographies, Virat Kohli, with the intensity of his more anti-Indian, “bad boy”, will clearly be an outbreak.

MS Dhoni

Coming out of Jharkhand, Mahendra Singh Dhoni is a tale of rise, rebellion, extraordinary merit, perseverance and, most of all, faith in international cricket. After being discovered by his school owners, P.E. A master as a goalkeeper, Dhoni whispered in cricket circles for Ranchi, a teenager with no upper body strength, who cleared the boundaries against some of the best fast bowlers in the district.

Rohit Sharma

It all started after an injury to fit Yuvraj Singh in the 2007 T20 World Cup, when Rohit was called as a last-minute emergency replacement to play a league match against the hosts. After getting off to a great start in the Indian innings, the 20-year-old entered Kingsmead and worked his way up to a fluid half-century.

David Warner

David Warner had one of the most memorable debuts in international cricket when he was ejected from obscenity for not playing a single first class match, and scored a stunning 89 off 43 balls in a T20 against South Africa. Make. The innings was even more remarkable because of his timing, as it did after the morale-breaking home Test series loss to Australia in 2008-09.

Steven Smith

It was in the 2007–08 national season when Smith made his all-format debut. He was known for giving the ball a fair cut and could bring many twists as a leg-spinner. His attractive charm and race also compared the great Shane Warne, who retired from international cricket a season earlier. Smith’s talent was obvious, but he was too raw for the big stage. After a few years, the national call-up came in February 2010 with limited calls. The tour of England that year also saw its initiation in long format.

Suresh Raina

Possibly among the best T20 hitters in India, Suresh Raina burst onto the international scene as a teen prodigy during the Greg Chappell regime. Left-handed grace, power play and good temperament were the hallmarks of Raina’s hitter and he displayed it beautifully during his 2005 ODI debut. However, after a stunning start, his form sank during the year. The chase was followed by a serious injury which meant that the race hit a snag towards the latter part of 2007. The talent was obvious, but Raina needed to be translated into that area as well. Only then did the IPL Caravan debut in 2008.

AB de Villiers

His supreme ability caught the attention of the selectors as he was quickly inducted into the national team in 2004 when he was 20 years old. He made his test debut in the local series against England in 2004 and showed his class as the center of attention. In his fourth inning at 52 to save South Africa from looking like a certain loss to South Africa. He also recorded his first test century on the series – a 109 fluid in his homeland in Centurion. In short, he wasted his time and immediately showed the world his potential.

Manish Pandey

Manish Pandey will be remembered as the first only Indian player to score a century in the IPL league – an unbeaten 114 off 73 deliveries to get the Royal Challengers Bangalore into the knockouts of the 2009.. The teenager shot to limelight, courtesy the aforementioned hundred in South Africa, and was immediately looked upon as a potential limited-overs option for India.

Lokesh Rahul

He finished his schooling in NITK and grew to develop keen interest in cricket. Having started off with batting on the grass-less field of the college, Rahul’s parents spotted a spark in him and decided that he must receive formal training in order to realize his talents

Hardik Pandya

A wiry young lad from a small town in Gujarat, Hardik Pandya, with his tattoos and peroxide highlights, encapsulates the charisma and swagger of the modern-day Indian cricketer. The all-rounder was propelled into the big stage after constant exposure to prime-time television in the form of the Indian Premier League. A deep voice to go with the confidence and energy, and showing no sign of playing it safe, Pandya is the modern icon of audacity in the Indian side.

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