Aaron Finch Net Worth 2022

Aaron Finch is an Australian cricketer. Who was born on 17th November,1986. He is also the captain of Australian T20 Team. Aaron Finch holds two records for individual highest runs in a single T20 innings. These outstanding records are against Zimbabwe and England.

Though people know his player for his batting skills, he can also bowl. Aaron is a Right-Handed batsman and slow left arm orthodox bowler.

Over the years this player became a key factor for Australia in crucial matches. Finch helped Australia to win many crucial matches. With all these mesmerising performances also came a lot of fame, popularity and wealth.

In 2021, it is estimated that this player has a net worth of approximately USD 5.5 million.

Aaron got his fortune mostly from IPL. In 2010 he started his IPL career and since then he got around 2 million USD from IPL alone. He played for many top rated teams in IPL and they all paid him quite a good amount of money. In 2010 he played for Rajasthan Royals and they paid him INR 1.39 million.

Next year he was transferred to Delhi daredevils and pocketed INR 13.8 million. The next year the same team gave him INR 15.08 million. In 2013 he joined ‘Pune Warriors India’ and got only INR 2.66 million. In 2014 he joined Sunrisers Hyderabad and they paid him INR 40 millions.

The next season he again changed team and joined ‘Mumbai Indians’ and they paid him INR 32 million. The next two seasons Finch played for ‘Gujarat Lions’ and got INR 10 million for each season. In 2018, he joined ‘Kings XI Punjab’ and got INR 62 million. In 2020 he played for RCB and got INR 44 million.

Aaron Finch is bound to Australian Cricket Board with a contract and they pay him USD 10K for each T20, USD 15K for each ODI and USD 20K for each Test match. Besides, he also gets some performance bonuses time to time. Aaron also has some brand endorsements to his name and he also owns various high end real estate properties across the world.

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