Virender Sehwag's Net Worth

Last Modified Dec 27, 2022 15:13 IST
Birth Date20 October 1978
Net Worth$40 million
Resides at New Delhi
Marital StatusMarried
EndorsementsAdidas, Boost, Samsung Mobiles, Reebok, Hero Honda, Zandu Balm, Nirala Group, Rasna, Royal Challenge, JK cements, ICICI bank, Xiaomi India, Fila,
Sources of IncomeEndorsements, Micro-blogging, Coaching, Commentary, Investments

Virender Sehwag is a retired Indian cricketer. Popularly considered as one of the most deadly batsmen of all time, Viru was an aggressive right-handed opening batsman and bowled temporary right-arm off-spin. He played his maiden One Day International in the year 1999 and entered the Indian Test side in the year 2001.

First Test - India v South Africa: Day 3

Virender Sehwag net worth in 2022

The cricketer is living a rich life after his retirement from professional cricket, and has many sources of income. Sehwag earns a lot from endorsements, and via commentary and as a TV pundit.

According to Forbes reports, the Nawab of Najafgarh is 8th highest paid cricketer in the world [and 5th richest in India], with an estimated net worth of $40 million [INR 331 crores].

Virender Sehwag’s Endorsements

Sehwag endorses a whole host of brands like Adidas, Safalta [Edtech Platform] Boost,, Fila (sportswear brand), Samsung Mobiles, Reebok, many more. He charges around $ 350,000 for a yearly deal. In 2010, he signed with Karbonn Mobile and greatly increased the company’s sales. Viru earns around $ 4.1 million from endorsements.

Famous for his tweets on the social media website Twitter, Sehwag said in an interview that he earns about $ 3 million from his tweets.


Virender Sehwag has his own educational institution, Sehwag International School, located in Haryana. Sehwag started his entrepreneurship with his new school which has produced many state and national level athletes.


The Nawab of Najafgarh is an admirer of cars and has a limited-edition Bentley Continental Flying Spur sedan and a BMW 5 series.

He recently bought a sprawling mansion for himself and his family in the Hauz Khas area of Delhi, one of the most expensive localities in the capital.


The Haryana government offered Sehwag 23-acres of land to build an academy after his second triple-hundred, on which he built his school with the aim of educating children and promoting sports in the country.

Virender Sehwag House

On the outskirts of Delhi, away from the clamor of Najafgarh where he grew up, and in the company of some of the richest in town, the one-acre farmland was made his own by Virender Sehwag in around 2013. Sehwag's mansion is located in Hauz Khas, one of the poshest areas in Delhi. It is a grand abode, replete with trimmed lawns, parking that houses at least four sedans, and enclosures for four gorgeously feral canines. The house has about twelve spacious rooms with washrooms and kitchens.

Virender Sehwag Cars

Ex Indian opener Virender Sehwag owns Bentley Continental Flying Spur, which is also one of the finest as well as costliest cars in the world. He also owns a high-end BMW 730 ld which was gifted to him by the maestro Sachin Tendulkar. Sehwag apparently owns a BMW 5 series too.

Virender Sehwag’s Other Sources of Income

The cricketer is living a rich life post his retirement from professional cricket and has multiple sources of income, adding to Virender Sehwag's net worth. Sehwag earns a lot from micro-blogging where he uses his Youtube, Instagram, Twitter handles to address several issues. Famous for his tweets on social media, Sehwag stated in an interview that he earns around $3 million from his tweets. He also has his own clothing and accessories brand listed on Amazon, where one can purchase leather balls, bats, caps, bags, undergarments, and t-shirts.

Virender Sehwag Charity

The Haryana government offered Sehwag 23-acres of land to build an academy after his second triple-hundred, on which he built his school with the aim of educating children and promoting sports in the country.

He also runs an NGO called ‘Virender Sehwag Foundation’ in Delhi, which is aimed at providing basic amenities to the poor and marginalised section of the society. At the height of the 2nd Covid-19 wave in the summer of 2021, the foundation did an admirable job in providing help to the poor, including serving free home-cooked food to 51,000 people.


What is Virender Sehwag's favorite food?

Virender Sehwag is fond of Kheer and especially the ones cooked by his mother.

What are the nicknames given to Virender Sehwag?

Besides being lovingly called Viru by the entire nation and the cricket world, Sehwag is also known as Little Tendulkar.

When did Virender Sehwag announce his retirement?

Virender Sehwag announced his retirement from the sport on his 37th birthday, which was on 20 October, 2015.

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