Virat Kohli only cricketer among top 100 highest paid athletes

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Virat Kohli

Athletes’ performance on the field always has a significant impact on the brands they plump . High achievement by athletes has been empirically shown to appreciatively relate with the brands they plump . After Kei Nishikori’s palm at the US Open in 2014, there was an immediate increase in deals from the brands that patronized him Wilson, Uniqlo and others. But on Sportico’s list of the world’s highest- paid athletes, those at the top are well past their high. maybe the image these sports stars erected over the times matters further than performance on the field. At 37 times old, Lebron James still has the same air that he’d in his florescence. Last time, he earned$ 127 million in prize plutocrat, hires and brand signatures, and was named the highest- paid athlete of 2021- 22.

He’s followed by a troika of soccer stars, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo and Neymar. Despite being inactive for utmost of 2021, Roger Federer remains the biggest force in the world of advertising, with further than 80 million in countersign deals alone.
The list is dominated by a host of NBA stars, with Steph Curry and Kevin Durant also making the top 10.

Valued at$53.2 million, Naomi Osaka, ranked 20th, is the loftiest- paid womanish athlete in the world. Other than Osaka, Serena Williams is the only other womanish athlete on the list.
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Virat Kohli is the only cricketer on the list
Former India captain Virat Kohli is the only cricketer to point on the list. He made a stunning $33.9 million last time, a significant portion of which came from signatures.
Despite going through the weakest moment of his career, Kohli remains the safest bet for brands to squander his plutocrat. As well as backing further than 30 brands, including prominent bones
like Puma, Audi and MRF, he’s also an expert investor.

Kohli’s investment portfolio includes a fine- dining eatery Nueva, an online insurance aggregator Digit, a apparel brand Wrogn and a eatery chain called One8.
Likewise, the 33- time-old gets paid around Rs1.35 crore for an Instagram post and Rs2.3 crore for patronized posts on Twitter.