A report in Sydney Morning Herald and The Age said that Pat Cummins earned AUD1.8 million for playing for Australia and entered an incitement of AUD for leading the side this time.
Pat Cummins, the Australia Test commander, is reportedly the highest- paid cricketer in his country with a news report saying that the pace forefront earns a cool AUD two million a time.
A report in Sydney Morning Herald and The Age on Wednesday said that the 29- time-old Cummins earned AUD1.8 million for playing for Australia and entered an incitement of AUD for leading the side this time.
The report added that the” nonpublic rankings” were released” internally by Cricket Australia this week” and that Cummins was the leading earner in the sport for the third consecutive time.
Cummins’ pace bowling mate Josh Hazlewood is alternate in the pecking order, followed by nature David Warner, pace bowler Mitchell Starc, batters Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne and incentive Nathan Lyon.
” Hazlewood pocketed AUD1.6 m, Warner earned AUD1.5 m, Starc took home AUD1.4 m, Smith was paid AUD1.3 m, Labuschagne earned AUD1.2 m and Lyon was paid AUD$1.1 m,” the report said.
Among the biggest winners, this time is Hazlewood, who has climbed from fifth to alternate spot this time despite playing just two Tests last season. The leader was sidelined after the first Ashes Test at home and couldn’t take farther part in the series due to a side strain.
Traipsing stalwart Steve Smith has dropped from alternate to fifth and Labuschagne, theNo. 1 batter in ICC Test rankings, has achieved his loftiest ranking of sixth.
Australia are listed to fly out coming week to Sri Lanka for a month-long series, which includes three T20Is, five ODIs and two Tests. Action begins with the opening T20I at theR. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo on June 7.