Sanju Samson Net Worth 2022: Career Earnings, Salary & Endorsements

Sanju Viswanath Samson is an Indian international cricketer born at Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Born on 11th November 1994, Sanju is named the captain of Rajasthan Royals for the upcoming 2022 season of the Indian Premier League. According to sources, Sanju Samson’s net worth is estimated to be around $5.4 Million (40 Crore rupees).

Samson made his debut for the Men in Blue in the T20 fixture against Zimbabwe on 19th July 2015. after spending time on the bench as a backup for MS Dhoni in earlier series. He made his IPL debut with Rajasthan Royals on 14th April 2013 against Kings XI Punjab (Punjab Kings).

Sanju Samson Net Worth

Sanju Samson net worth is estimated to be approximately ₹40 Crores as of 2022. It climbed up steadily since 2017 when his value rose to ₹24 Crores. The evaluation increased the next season to ₹28 Crores before reaching ₹35 Crores in 2019.

Salary

The Right-Handed batsman was snapped by Kolkata Knight Riders in 2012 for ₹8 Lakhs. He then was switched to Rajasthan the next season for three seasons before moving to the Delhi franchise after their ban. He spent a couple of seasons there before moving back to Rajasthan Royals for ₹8 Crores per season for the last three seasons.

Sanju Samson is a C-Tier Indian national player and so his contract is worth ₹1 Crore per year. He represents Kerala in the domestic level tournaments and recently captained his side in the 2022-21 Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy.

Endorsements by Sanju Samson

Samson was signed by sports Australian Sports equipment brand Kookaburra in April 2019. He also endorses Indian Multinational Tyres brand- MRF, and Indian Sports equipment Sareen Sports (SS).

Achievements

Sanju Samson is the youngest batsman to cross the 1,000 runs, and 2,000 runs breakthrough in the Indian Premier League.

He became the youngest player to captain a Ranji side when he became the skipper of the Kerala Ranji side in the 2015-16 season where they ended up at 5th place in Group C.

He owns a cricket and football academy, Six Guns Sports Academy, in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala.

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