Kane Williamson Net Worth: Interesting Facts, Ipl Salary, Income, Biography, house, age, height

Kane Williamson Net Worth:$5 Million

Net Worth:$5 Million
Net Worth In Indian Rupees:Rs 40 Crores
Salary:$0.5 Million
Monthly Income:$40000
Date of Birth:August 8, 1990
Height:1.73 M (5′ 8″)
Nationality:New Zealand

Kane Williamson net worth is approximately $5 million. Kane Williamson is one of the best New Zealand cricketers. He is said to be in the league of great players like Martin Crowe, Stephen Fleming and so on.

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Kane has established his place at the top of cricket. Due to his calm nature and excellent performance on the field, he was an obvious choice for the captain’s post after former New Zealand cricket team captain Brendon McCullum retired from international cricket.

Kane Williamson was born on 8 August 1990, to Sandra and Brett Williamson in Tauranga, Bay of Plant Area, New Zealand. Kane Williamson’s father Brett Williamson played club cricket. His mother, Sandra, was a basketball player.

All the sisters of Ken play volleyball. Williamson initially received his early education from ‘Pilans Point Primary School’ and then ‘Otomoitai Intermediate’. He eventually graduated from Tauranga Boys College. ‘Pilans Point’ was not just an ordinary school. It was the only school in the area to run a cricket programme. Before leaving college, Williamson had achieved the number of 40 centuries.

Kane Williamson Net Worth

Kane Williamson is a Right- Hand Batsman of the New Zealand. He was the captain of the New Zealand Cricket team where under his captaincy, New Zealand reached great heights and became one of the toughest teams in the world.

Kane Williamson Net Worth 2022:

Kane Williamson net worth is approximately $5 million. He has gathered this massive amount from his BCCI salaries, IPL contracts, and his private businesses.

NameKane Williamson
Net Worth (2022)$5 Million
Monthly Income And Salary$40000 USD
yearly Income$500k-1 Million

 Kane Williamson IPL Salary:

YearTeamSalary (Ruppees)
2022 Sunrisers Hyderabad 30,000,000
2021Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 30,000,000
2020   (Retain)Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 30,000,000
2019   (Retain)Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 30,000,000
2018Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 30,000,000
2017Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 6,000,000
2016Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 6,000,000
2015Sunrisers Hyderabad₹ 6,000,000
Total₹ 138,000,000

Kane Williamson Net Worth 2021:

Estimated Net worth in 2021Rs. 34 Crore INR
Estimated Net worth in 2020Rs. 31 Crore INR
Estimated Net worth in 2019Rs. 28 Crore INR
Estimated Net worth in 2018Rs. 25 Crore INR

Kane Williamson House:

House: Kane Williamson owns a luxury designer house in Tauranga, New Zealand.  Also, Kane Williamson owns multiple real-estate properties across the countries.

Kane Williamson Cars:

The Car collection of Kane Williamson is quite Small. Kane Williamson owns few of the best luxury cars in the world. Kane Williamson collection of cars includes Mercedes SUV.

Kane Williamson Salary:

Net worthRs. 34 Crore INR
Annual IncomeRs. 3.2 Crore INR
IPL FeesRs 3.0 Crore INR
Luxury CarsRs. 1.5-2 Crore
Brand endorsement feeRs. 1 Crore INR

Kane Williamson Wiki:

NameKane Williamson
Full NameKane Stuart Williamson
Nick NameKiwi Kane, Hurricane, Steady The Ship, Master Kiwi.
Birth Place:Tauranga, New Zealand
Date Of Birth:8 August 1990
Age:31 years old
Social MediaInstagram
Height/How Tall:in centimeters– 173 cm
in meters– 1.73 m
in feet inches– 5’ 8”
Weight:in kilograms– 665 kg
in pounds– 143 lbs
Eye Color:Light Blue
Hair Color:Blond
Parents Name:Father – Brett Williamson,  
Mother –Sandra Williamson
School:Tauranga Boys’ College, New Zealand
Nationality:New Zealander
Favourite CricketerBatsman: Steve Waugh
Bowler: Shane Warne
Hobbies:Listening to music, Travelling, Playing the Guitar, Cooking
Marital Status:Married
Wife/Spouse:Sarah Raheem (a Nurse)
ChildrenDaughter– N/A
Sons– N/A
Profession:New Zealand Cricketer
Net Worth:$ 4.5 Million
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Kane Williamson Cricket Career:

Kane Williamson made his international debut in August 2010, but made his One Day International (ODI) debut in Sri Lanka, a tri-series tournament against India. Where he was dismissed “duck” on the ninth ball. After this Williamson was out in the next match against the Sri Lankan team for a “duck” on the second ball.

In October 2010, Williamson responded to his previous failures by scoring his maiden century against Bangladesh in an ODI series. In the same year, he scored his century in the Test team. Kane Williamson scored his first Test century against India a month later. With 131 runs in that Test match, he became the eighth player from New Zealand to score a century on his Test debut.

In 2012, a struggling New Zealand team saw two big attempts, both due to two great Test innings played by the young striker. 

Williamson scored a mammoth score of 135 for the victory against the Sri Lankan team in Colombo. He also showed understanding against South African attacker Dale Steyn and scored an unbeaten 102 while chasing a mammoth total of 389 runs. 

  • In 2014, Williamson reached new heights in all formats of the game. In a rare out-of-home victory for New Zealand, he scored 2 centuries in the 3-match Test series against West Indies.
  •  His series of 413 runs made him the man of the series. In the same year, he made a record partnership of 365 runs with BJ Watling in a Test match against Sri Lanka. 
  • In the year 2014 itself, he scored a record 5 consecutive 50 runs in an ODI series against India and became the second person (after Pakistan’s Yasir Hameed) to achieve this feat in the history of the game. 

He also became the fourth player from New Zealand to score 5 or more consecutive 50-plus scores in ODIs. 

In 2015, he scored a total of 2,633 runs across all formats and became the first “blackcap” batsman to score more than 2,000 runs in a year. This earned him the same reputation as stalwarts like Ricky Ponting and Kumar Sangakkara.

He scored 5 Test centuries that year, the joint most with Steven Smith. The year started for Kane Williamson with an unbeaten 242 in Wellington. He scored hundreds at Lord’s and in Brisbane, Perth and Hamilton. 

2016 saw heavy captaincy responsibility on the young shoulders of Kane Williamson, but his calm and composed personality seemed easy. 

He continued to set records in the longer form of the game. Following his century against Zimbabwe that year, he became the youngest batsman to score a century against every Test-playing country and did so within the shortest innings. 

  • Williamson was signed by Sunrisers Hyderabad for the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2015. However, Kane Williamson played his first ‘IPL’ match in 2016. He was retained in the team for the next few years and in 2018 he was appointed as the captain of ‘Sunrisers Hyderabad’.
  • He started playing English county cricket with ‘Gloucestershire’ in 2011. He signed with ‘Yorkshire’ in 2013. 
  • He got a chance to captain his country one again in the 2019 World Cup. 

Ken Williamson Achievements:

The year 2015 Kane Williamson received the prestigious ‘Bayles Real Estate Sportsman of the Year’ award. 

  • Kane reached the number one spot in the ‘International Cricket Council’ (ICC) World Test Rankings in 2015.
  • In 2018, Williamson became the first player from New Zealand to score more than 900 rating points in the ICC’ Test rankings. 
  • Kane Williamson was awarded the ‘Orange Cup’ for scoring the most runs in the ‘IPL’ season of 2018. 

Fun Facts about Ken Williamson:

Kane Williamson was born just minutes before his twin brother Logan. He is a left-handed player, although he plays as a right-handed player.