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Top Earners Of IPL season2

Top Earners Of IPL season2

  1. Rahul Dravid (India) – $1.55m+ 15%($1.55m) to Bangalore
  2. Kevin Pietersen (England) – $1.55m to Bangalore
  3. Andrew Flintoff (England) – $1.55m to Chennai
  4. Mahendra Dhoni (India) -$1.5m to Chennai
  5. Andrew Symonds (Australia) -$1.35m to Hyderabad
  6. Sachin Tendulkar (india) -$975,000 + 15%($975,000)
  7. Sanath Jayasuriya (Sri Lanka) -$975,000 to Mumbai.
  8. Ishant Sharma (India) -$950,000 to Kolkata.
  9. Irfan Pathan (India) -$925,000 to Mohali
  10. Brett Lee (Australia) -$900,000 to Mohali
  11. Jacques Kallis (South Africa) -$900,000 to Bangalore
  12. RP Singh (India) -$875,000 to Hyderabad
  13. Harbhajan Singh (India) -$850,000 to Mumbai
  14. Chris Gayle (West Indies) -$800,000 to Kolkata
  15. Rohit Sharma (India) -$750,000 to Hyderabad

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