Sunil Gavaskar: Net worth, salary and contributions

His current estate in Goa, is one of the most expensive and exotic homes one might picture.

Sunil Gavaskar is a former Indian cricketer with a $30 million dollar net wealth. Gavaskar was born on July 10, 1949, in Bombay, India. He stands five foot and five inches tall and is also known as Sunny or Little Master. He is a right-handed batsman with a right-arm medium bowling style. He was an opener for the Bombay team from 1967 to 1968, and then again from 1986 to 1987. In 1980, he was a member of the Somerset team.

On March 6, 1971, he made his test debut against the West Indies, and on March 13, 1987, he played his final test against Pakistan. On July 13, 1974, he made his ODI debut against England, and on November 5, 1987, he played his final ODI against England.

He is married to Marshneill Gavaskar and the couple has two twins, Kanpur and Rohan. Rohan is a cricketer as well. Gavaskar is best known for his tactics against fast bowlers, with a 65.45 record against the West Indies. He was elected Interim BCCI President in 2014 after receiving the Col CK Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award in 2012. Sunil Gavaskar has a total wealth of $30 million, which is nearly 220 crore INR.

He is a retired Indian cricketer who now serves as a cricket commentator. He made the majority of his fortune playing cricket between 1971 and 1987. He is also a well-known analyst who provides commentary on most of the Indian team’s matches. He is a Mumbai-based cricketer who lives in his own hometown. He owns a number of properties in Mumbai and elsewhere.

Isprava Villa, his current estate in Goa, is one of the most expensive and exotic homes one might picture. His car collection isn’t particularly large. As his main mode of transportation, he likes to drive his BMW 5-series exotic sedan.

Let us have a look at his net worth and salary in detail:

Sunil Gavaskar has a net worth of $30 million (226.82 crores as of 2020). Gavaskar receives about $4.75 million (35.92 crores) as a pundit for India matches, with an extra $2.5 million (18.9 crores) for the same duty in the IPL.

Sunil Gavaskar gave 59 lakh rupees to battle the coronavirus outbreak last week. Amol Muzumdar, a Mumbai cricketer, was the first to break the news and expressed his thanks. Rohan Gavaskar verified the news through Twitter and stated the particular purpose for the contribution. Sunil Gavaskar contributed 35 lakh to the Prime Minister’s Cares Fund for his 35 centuries for Team India, and 24 lakh to the Maharashtra Chief Minister’s Relief Fund for his 24 for Mumbai.


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