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Tendulkar signs contract worth Rs 80 crore with WorldTel

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Tendulkar signs contract worth Rs 80 crore with WorldTel

Sachin Tendulkar has signed a five-year contract worth Rs 80 crore with sports management company, WorldTel. WorldTel will handle commercial endorsements and marketing activities for the next five years.

Tendulkar had signed a five-year deal worth Rs 30 crore with WorldTel in October 1995. The only player to score 10,000 one-day international runs, already endorses products ranging from credit cards to health drinks.


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