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  1. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    M S Dhoni
    Mahendra Singh Dhoni averages over 100 in successful Indian run chases. His endorsement deals have continued to roll in and this year he’s behind only Shah Rukh Khan as far as total brand deals for an Indian goes. His marketability shows no signs of waning: His endorsement rate is higher than Sachin Tendulkar’s
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  2. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Sachin Tedulkar
    Sachin Tendulkar isn’t doing as many endorsements as before, but is instead focusing on fewer, but high-value deals with brands that reflect his age and profile as a father – less flashy toys, more financial services. Even though 2013 may well be his last year as an international cricketer, the country needs to stop talking about his retirement and enjoy the Master Blaster as long as he plays
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  3. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Virender Sehwag
    Virender Sehwag's constant grin and loveable demeanour are a rarity in today’s results-based sporting world but it’s his attack-come-what-may style that sets him apart. Even though he was dropped from the ODI team by the end of the year, he still commands about Rs 20 crore per year with 10 endorsement deals
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  4. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Virat Kohli
    Three years after winning the under-19 cricket world cup, Virat Kohli was seen hoisting his idol Sachin Tendulkar on his shoulders after winning the senior world cup. His fighting century in the Adelaide Test showed the Delhi boy’s grit in the face of a rampaging Australian side. His annihilation of Lasith Malinga in the ODI series that followed was something Indian fans hadn’t seen in a while
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  5. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Gautam Gambhir
    “The most expensive player in IPL history” is a heavy tag for any player to bear, but Gautam Gambhir’s justified it to the hilt, leading Kolkata Knight Riders to its first IPL title. Internationally, he had a great year scoring over 1,000 runs in ODIs
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  6. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Yuvraj Singh
    One of the finest limited overs batsmen of his generation, Yuvraj Singh emerged victorious once again last year as he battled and overcame cancer. He not only returned as a better player,  but also as a better human being when he launched the YouWeCan initiative to spread cancer awareness. He won the Arjuna award last August
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  7. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    2012 saw one of India’s greatest ever sportsmen bow out of service. Rahul Dravid, perhaps the most technically complete batsman of his generation, called it a day on a career spanning 16 years. Though he will always be remembered for his languid stroke making and stone-solid defence, he will hope that he can make just as big a name for himself as a commentator and ambassador for the game
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  8. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Harbhajan Singh
    With over 400 test wickets and 250 ODI wickets, we sometimes forget what a modern great the Turbanator actually is. India’s third-highest Test wicket-taker, Harbhajan Singh is fighting to get back in the side, having lost his place to youngsters Ravichandran Ashwin and Pragyan Ojha. But his form for his IPL franchise is promising. Bhajji captained the Mumbai Indians to Champions League T20 glory in 2011; Singh himself was Man of the Match in the final against Royal Challengers Bangalore
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  9. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Rohit Sharma
    Rohit Sharma had a year to forget in the international arena. The IPL was a different story. Bought by the Mumbai Indians for mega-bucks, he was the team’s highest scoring batsman in IPL 5. The highlight of the year was the sensational 109* he scored against eventual champions Kolkata Knight Riders at the Eden Gardens
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  10. Top 10 Celeb100 Cricketers

    By Forbes India | Feb 2, 2013 | 4379 views
    Zaheer Khan
    Zaheer Khan has spearheaded the Indian pace attack for over a decade. While he’s lost some of his pace, his high jump and seam control mean he is a threat in all conditions. He has taken almost 300 wickets in both Tests and ODIs.A $900,000 move to the Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2011 augmented his earnings and he finished IPL 5 as Royal Challengers Bangalore’s second highest wicket-taker with 17 scalps
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Ankur9711 February 10, 2013
Gautam Gambhir Out,Harbhajan And Shikhar Dhawan Back In For Australia Tests Series!
Jiten February 8, 2013
very goodquality pictures
Ashwin Chauhan February 3, 2013
HE IS THE GREAT MAN OF THE WORLD,NO ONE BREAK HIS RECORDS.(SACHIN TENDULKAR)
 
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