Ajinkya Rahane has steadily risen through the ranks after being raised on the playing fields of Mumbai, India's factory for producing international cricketers. The Mumbai batsman has carved out a distinct brand for himself with his rock-steady technique and kind manner. Rahane began to play cricket at the age of seven, as his dad brought him to a Dombivli coaching session. Pravin Amre was his coach when he was 17 years old. Until being picked to play in the Mohammad Nissar Trophy in Karachi, he performed an U19 match for India versus New Zealand. At the age of 19, he made his first-class start for Mumbai versus Karachi Urban in September 2007. He got picked for the Irani Trophy match against Rest of India after scoring 143 in his maiden outing. In the 2007-08 season, he made his Ranji Trophy start for Mumbai. Ajinkya Rahane Stats With the Mumbai Indians, Ajinkya Rahane began his IPL career. Because he was an uncapped rookie at the time, Rahane didn't have many chances, and it wasn't until he moved to Rajasthan Royals that he started to demonstrate consistency in the IPL. He relocated to Rajasthan in 2012 due to a lack of possibilities in Mumbai, where he hit a match-winning 98 in the season's opening encounter. Former member of legends such as VVS Laxman and Rahul Dravid, Indian selectors began the process of preparing future players for the big stage. After a year in and out of the team and 16 months on the bench, Rahane was eventually given the most coveted item of Indian cricket clothing — Test cap number 278 – because to an injury to Shikhar Dhawan. He made his One-Day International debut at Chester-Le-Street against England, scoring 40 runs with a strike rate of 90. He did well in that series, as well as the ensuing return series, where he scored his first 50. In the next series against the West Indies, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan, he struggled. He was named the ODI and T20 captain for the 2015 Zimbabwe trip in 2015. When Virat Kohli was injured in the fourth Test against Australia in March 2017, he commanded the Indian Test squad. India triumphed by eight wickets in the match, reclaiming the Border-Gavaskar Trophy.
As of February 2020, Ajinkya Rahane's net worth is projected to be at $9 million. Ajinkya Rahane's net worth includes his total income as an active Indian cricket player from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). Ajinkya Rahane's net worth comprises his compensation from many Indian Premier League (IPL) contracts, as well. Rahane's current income is Rs 5 crore per year, thanks to a Grade A BCCI contract. In 2020, Delhi Capitals bought him. Ajinkya Rahane IPL price 2020 & 2021 was Rs. 52,500,000