Indian Cricketer Ravichandran Ashwin has a net worth of Rs 30 Crore today. He earns good salary and makes excellent money from IPL. Find his wife name as on 2016. Ravichandran Ashwin is a tall right hand bowler and lower middle order batsman playing for the Indian cricket team and in the IPL. He has one of the highest strike rates for an off break bowler and also has made important contributions with the bat. He is one of the top 10 ranked bowlers in the world for the last few years. He earns an annual salary in the range of Rs. 1 Cr and has separate endorsement earnings of same amount per annum.
|Net Worth||Rs 33 Crore|
|Source of Income||Cricket|
|Annual Salary||Rs 1 Crore|
|Earning from Endorsement||Rs 1 Crore|
|Earning from IPL||Rs 3 Crore|
|ICC Test Team of the Year||2013|
|BCCI’s Polly Umrigar Award for international cricketer of the year||2012-13|
|Birth Date||September 17, 1986|
|Height||1.88 m / 6.1 feet|
|Current International Team||India|
|Current IPL Team||Rising Pune Supergiants|
He was part of the Chennai Super Kings IPL team and won the IPL championship multiple times from the IPL franchise he is currently earning Rs 5.5 Cr every year. All this makes Ashwin one of the highest paid cricketers in the world and his net worth is in the range of Rs. 30 Cr currently. Being relatively free of injuries he is expected to play for a long time and improve his earnings.
Ravichandran was born in Chennai in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu in the year 1986. His father Ravichandran had also played cricket as a fast bowler and he was given encouragement to play the game from a young age. He did his initial stage pf schooling from St Bede’s Anglo Indian Higher Secondary School and later on he went on to complete his engineering at SSN College of Engineering all the while he pursued his cricket dreams as well . He worked at an IT major company in India, Cognizant Technology, before he became a professional cricket player.
His cricketing career commenced at state level in the year 2000. He represented the Tamil Nadu state team. He made his ODI debut for the Indian cricket team in the year 2010 against Sri Lanka. In 2012 he became the fastest Indian bowler to reach 50 test wickets. In a three match series against Sri Lanka he took 21 wickets in all and became the Man of the Series. He was awarded the Arjuna Award for Sports.