Rahul Dravid Net Worth|Wiki|A former Indian Cricketer, Coach, Salary, Assets, Career, Stats, Wife
Facts of Rahul Dravid Net Worth|Wiki|A former Indian Cricketer, Coach, Salary, Assets, Career, Stats, Wife
|Net worth||$40 Million|
|Date of Birth:||1973 January 11|
|First Name||Rahul Sharad|
|Age:||50 years old|
|Height:||5 Feet 11 Inch|
A legendary former Indian international cricketer and current coach of the Indian National team, Rahul Sharad Dravid has an estimated net worth of $40 million as of 2023. Dravid is popularly known as a reliable batsman and is also referred to as "The Wall".
Income Source of Rahul Dravid-
Dravid has earned every bit of his income from the cricketing industry. Dravid played 6 seasons in the IPL and the detailed list of his IPL salary over the years with different teams is as follows-
|2010||Royal Challengers Bangalore||41,400,000|
|2009||Royal Challengers Bangalore||41,400,000|
|2008||Royal Challengers Bangalore||41,400,000|
Post-retirement, Dravid took up the job of a coach and as per reports he got paid INR 60 lakhs per month for his role as Head of Operations of the National Cricket Academy. Dravid is currently the head coach of the Indian National Cricket Team and his salary is reported to be somewhere in the range of INR 10 crore.
Assets and Properties of Rahul Dravid-
Dravid owns a luxurious mansion in Indira Nagar, Bengaluru which has a current market value of around INR 4 crores. Dravid owns several luxury cars like the 2013 Porsche 911 Carrera S worth INR 1.45 crore, a Mercedes Benz GLE worth INR 80 lakhs, a BMW 5 series worth INR 72 lakhs, and an Audi Q5 luxury SUV worth around INR 55 lakhs.
The Career of Rahul Dravid-
In the year 1996, Dravid made his International debut in a Test match against England. Dravid surprised the entire world with his technical batting skills. Dravid played countless memorable innings for India and helped India win several test matches. In the year 2004, Dravid scored 270 runs against Pakistan which is his highest test score. Dravid holds the record for the fifth-highest number of centuries in Test cricket with 36 centuries. Dravid is known as one of the best Test batsmen as he has stayed in the crease for the longest time in the history of cricket.
Dravid made his ODI debut in the year 1996 against Srilanka. Dravid wasn't really a fast-scoring player as per ODI standards but due to his consistency and outstanding performances, he secured his spot in the ODI squad. Dravid was one of the most vital players in the Indian team that reached the 2003 ICC Cricket World Cup final as he scored a total of 318 runs in that world cup. Dravid was made the captain of the Indian National Team for the 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup. Dravid contributed to the Indian national team in ODI's from his batting scoring 12 centuries and 83 half-centuries. Dravid's highest score in ODI is 153 which came against New Zealand in the year 1999. Talking about Dravid's batting stats in international cricket, a detailed list is given below-
|FORMAT||RUNS||BATTING AVERAGE||STRIKE RATE|
|1. ODI (1996-2014)||10889||39.16||71.23|
2. TEST (1996-2012)
Rahul has been awarded several prestigious awards. Some of them are listed below-
1. In the year 1998, Dravid was honored with the Arjuna Award.
2. In the year 2004, Dravid was honored with the Padma Shri (India's fourth-highest civilian award).
3. In the year 2013, Dravid was honored with the Padma Bhushan (India's third-highest civilian award).
4. In the year 2018, Dravid was also included in the ICC Hall of Fame.
Personal Life and Family of Rahul Dravid-
He was born on January 11, 1973 (age 50 years) in Indore, India. Dravid is the son of Sharad Dravid (Father) and Pushpa Dravid (Mother). He also has a younger brother Vijay Dravid. In the year 2003, he got married to Vijeta Pendharkar. The couple has two sons, Samit Dravid, and Anvay Dravid. Dravid and Vijeta are living a happy married life with their kids. Talking about his online engagement, Dravid is socially not available on any of the social media platforms.
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