Kedar Jadhav is a 34-year-old cricket player for the Indian National Team. He is from the state of Maharashtra. He plays as an all-rounder who is a right arm off break bowler, a right-handed batsman and can also occasionally keep wickets. In the IPL, Kedar plays for the Chennai Super Kings franchise.
Jadhav made his debut for the Indian National Team in the year 2014 and since has been really important to the middle order of the team. He is a reliable batsman and can be depended heavily with both the bat and the ball. In this article, we will learn about Kedar Jadhav income, earnings, early life and other things.
Kedar Jadhav Early Life
Kedar Jadhav was born on 26th March 1985 in Pune in the state of Maharashtra in India. He had three elder sisters all of whom excelled in studies as they became an engineer, an MBA in finance and a doctorate in English literature. Jadhav lacked interest in studies and dropped out in 9th grade and committed full time to cricket at the local cricket club.
He was soon a part of the Maharashtra Under 19 team after a lot of hard work in 2004. He quickly rose to prominence in the domestic cricket circle and became a regular player for the Maharashtra domestic team. The right-hander has been a run machine for Maharashtra for over 10 years and broken several domestic records on the way.
He finally grabbed the attention of Indian selectors and the BCCI. After being in the Royal Challengers Bangalore development team, he was signed by Delhi Daredevils in 2010. He made an immediate impact and was then signed by Kochi Tuskers Kerala the next year. He was signed back by Delhi in 2013 and played for 3 seasons there. In 2016 he was traded to Royal Challengers Bangalore and in 2018 Chennai Super Kings bought him for Rs. 7.8 crores.
KEDAR JADHAV NETWORTH 2020: Rs 20 CRORES (APPROX)
Kedar Jadhav Income
The experienced player of the national team has earned a lot of money from the Indian Premier League, as is the case with a lot of players these days, especially from the Indian National Team.
He was paid Rs 6 to 8 lakhs in his initial seasons in Royal Challengers and Delhi Daredevils which went up to 20 lakhs when Kochi Tuskers Kerala bought him. In his second season in his second stint at Delhi, they bought him for Rs. 2 crores, and paid that for 2 seasons when he was traded to RCB for Rs. 2.1 crores. Royal Challengers paid him that salary till he was bought by Chennai Super Kings for Rs. 7.8 crores.
Kedar Jadhav earnings also include his salary from the BCCI to play for the National Team. He is part of the list of contracted players by the BCCI and falls under the Grade C category and is paid a retainer fee of Rs. 1 crore every year.
Kedar Jadhav earnings have also been because of the several match fees which are earned because of playing international matches. The match fees of international matches are anywhere between Rs. 5 to 8 lakhs at present along with different performances bonuses for Man of the Match etc.
Kedar Jadhav income also includes his match fees and salaries from regular participation in the domestic level cricket as well for Maharashtra since 2004.
Kedar Jadhav House and Cars
The all-rounder lives in a residence in Pune. He along with his family resides in this place, However, it is unknown if the cricketer have any other property to his name.
Kedar Jadhav cars include, an Audi Q3 and a Suzuki Hayabusa.
Kedar Jadhav is an inspiration for the youth of this country. He makes all believe that anything can be achieved with enough hard work and determination. He made his India team debut at around the age of 30, which makes him one of the oldest to do so.
This was a well-deserved call, after he had sweated out for years in the local teams. He scored a century in his home ground in Pune. During this match, his parents were in the stands, which was a proud moment for him.
He has been selected in the Indian squad for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The team are heavily dependant on him to provide stability in the middle order. He can also come as a surprise element in the bowling department, and we are sure that he will prove his mettle there.