Mitchell Marsh Net Worth:$5 million (Rs 40 crores)
|Net Worth||$5 million (Rs 40 crores)|
|Born||20 October 1991|
|Country of Origin||Australia|
|Source of Wealth||Professional Cricketer, Sponsorships|
Mitchell Marsh’s net worth is reported to be around $5 million or Rs 40 crores in Indian Rupees. He has earned his net worth through endorsements and match fees during his playing career and his sponsorships deal.
Mitchell Ross Marsh is an Australian international cricketer. Marsh has represented Australia in all three forms of cricket, making his debut during the 2011–12 season.
Mitchell Marsh IPL Salary:
|2022||Delhi Capitals||₹ 65,000,000|
|2021||Sunrisers Hyderabad||₹ 20,000,000|
|2020||Sunrisers Hyderabad||₹ 20,000,000|
|2017 (Injured)||Rising Pune Supergiant||₹ 48,000,000|
|2016||Rising Pune Supergiant||₹ 48,000,000|
|2013||Pune Warriors India||₹ 15,448,300|
|2012 ( Injured )||Pune Warriors India||₹ 14,578,300|
|2011||Pune Warriors India||₹ 13,340,000|
|2010||icon1Deccan Chargers||₹ 2,314,500|
Mitchell Marsh earns an undisclosed salary for representing the Australian cricket team. Mitchell also earns for the franchises that he represents in T20 leagues.
The all-rounder has amassed around Rs. 18 crores in salary between 2010 and 2021 in the Indian Premier League representing various franchises. Marsh will earn Rs. 6.5 crores for representing the Delhi Capitals in the 2022 edition.
How much is Mitchell Marsh net worth?
As per various online sources, the Mitchell Marsh’s net worth is around $5 million (₹40 crores). His net worth comprises of the income he receives from Cricket Australia for being an active Australian cricket player. He also receives a salary from Western Australia for his commitments to the state in Australian domestic cricket.
Mitchell Marsh’s IPL 2022 salary:
Mitchell Marsh was set to play alongside his national teammate David Warner for Hyderabad in the recently-concluded Indian Premier League 2020 (IPL 2020) season. However, an untimely injury earlier in the tournament forced him to skip the remaining matches. Mitchell Marsh IPL 2022 salary is US$280,000 (₹6.5 crores).
Mitchell Marsh Endorsements:
Here are a few brands that Watson used to/currently endorses:
- Gray Nicolls
- Puma, etc.
Mitchell Marsh Cars:
The Australian owned a Mercedes brand car in his garage at a point in time. But it is not known if he still has that car or if he has updated it to a new one.
Mitchell Marsh Wiki:
|Date of Birth||20 October 1991|
|Place of Birth||Attadale, Western Australia|
|Parents Name||Michelle and Geoff Marsh|
|Bowling Hand||Right-Arm Medium|
|Professional debut for the Australian team||16 October 2011 vs South Africa (T20I)|
|Height||1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)|
|Marital Status||Engaged to Greta Mack|
|Siblings||Shaun Marsh, Melissa Marsh|
|Known for||Professional Cricketer, Cricket Presenter|
Mitchell Marsh Wiki:
Marsh is the second son of Geoff Marsh and younger brother of Shaun Marsh, both of whom have played for the Australian national side. His sister, Melissa Marsh, was a professional basketball player in Australian leagues and he is cousin to West Coast Eagles player, Brad Sheppard. He was raised in Perth, Western Australia, where he attended Wesley College.
|Full Name/Real Name||Mitchell Marsh|
|By Name||Bison, Mitch|
Mitchell Marsh Age:
|Date of Birth||20 October 1991|
|Age as in 2022||31 Years|
|Birth Location||Attadale, Perth, Australia|
|Grow Up at||Attadale, Perth, Australia|
Mitchell Marsh current age is 31 years. He was born in Attadale, Perth, Australia.
Mitchell Marsh Height, Weight:
The height of Mitchell Marsh is in centimeters- 190 cm in meters- 1.90 m in Feet Inches- 6’ 3”. The weight is in kilograms- 46 kg
in pounds- 101 lbs. The color of his eye is Hazel. and the hair color is Brown.
Mitchell Marsh Domestic Career:
Marsh made his debut for the Warriors at the age of 17 in February 2009 in a Ford Ranger Cup game at Bunbury. He became the youngest ever player in an Australian domestic one-day game and Western Australia’s youngest debutant for 70 years.
In April 2009, he played for Australia’s under-19 team against India and was the team captain during the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. Under his leadership Australia won the tournament,Marsh having a successful tournament scoring 201 runs, including a match winning 97 in the semi-final against Sri Lanka.
Marsh was signed by Deccan Chargers for the 2010 Indian Premier League and in 2011 was bought by Pune Warriors, the team coached at the time by his father. He played for Pune for the three years that the team existed and in 2016 and 2017 played for Rising Pune Supergiants for the two seasons that team existed.
Playing for Australia A against India A in July 2014 at Allan Border Field, Marsh scored 211 runs batting seventh in Australia’s first innings, his first double century.
He and Sam Whiteman, who scored 174 runs, put on 371 runs for the seventh wicket, an Australian record and, at the time, the second-highest seventh-wicket partnership in first-class cricket. The previous Australian record, set by Queenslanders Cassie Andrews and Eric Bensted, had stood since the 1934–35 season.
In 2020 Marsh signed to play in England for Middlesex County Cricket Club in the 2020 t20 Blast competition, but the move was cancelled due to the rescheduling of the competition in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. He signed again for the 2021 season, but this move was also cancelled after Marsh was called up to play international cricket for Australia. He was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for the 2020 IPL, although he only played in one match of the competition due to injury,and he withdrew from the 2021 Indian Premier League due to bio-bubble fatigue during the pandemic.
In the 2022 IPL Auction, Marsh was bought by the Delhi Capitals.
In September 2011, Marsh was selected in Australia’s Twenty20 squad to tour South Africa. Marsh was later added to the One Day International squad following Brett Lee’s withdrawal due to injury.
He made a spectacular debut for Australia in the second T20I match of the series, scoring 36 runs including four sixes, three of which were hit in the final over of the Australian innings.
In August 2014, Marsh scored 89 runs against Zimbabwe in first match of the Tri-series at Harare Sports Club, adding 109 runs for the fourth wicket with Glenn Maxwell and contributing to partnerships of 47 and 33 with Aaron Finch and George Bailey.
Later in the competition Marsh scored 86 not out against South Africa. He made his Test match debut for Australia against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates on 22 October 2014.
Playing regularly in the One Day International side, Marsh took a five-wicket haul against England during the 2015 Cricket World Cup, and scored his maiden ODI century against India in 2016 at the SCG.
In March 2018, Marsh was fined 20 percent of his match fee and given one demerit point for using offensive language during the second Test between Australia and South Africa, after being dismissed by Kagiso Rabada.
In October 2019, Marsh broke his bowling hand after punching a wall, following his dismissal, during a Sheffield Shield match against Tasmania. As a result he was forced to miss the start of Australia’s Test summer.
In July 2021, in the first Twenty20 International match of Australia’s tour of the West Indies, Marsh scored his maiden T20I half-century, scoring 51 runs from 31 deliveries.
Marsh continued his good form, scoring another half-century in the following match and in the fourth T20I made 75 runs and took his career best T20I bowling figures of 3/24.
In August 2021, Marsh was named in Australia’s squad for the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup. On 14 November 2021, Marsh helped Australia win the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, scoring 77 runs in the final and earning player of the match.
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