Steve Smith, the Australian batsman, is undoubtedly among the best batsmen in modern-day cricket. In terms of test cricket, Smith is arguably the best because, as far as active players are concerned, he is among the highest run-scorers in the format.
Known for his atypical technique and his fanatical appetite for batting across formats, when it comes to adhering to the textbook style of batsmanship, Smith sure has broken many myths. When it comes to the financial aspect of his life, Smith, whose test batting average of 62.84 is the highest among batsmen with more than 1,500 runs in the format, scores equally brilliantly off the field.
Net Worth 2020 of Steve Smith
As of this year, the net worth of 31-year-old Smith is estimated at a whopping AU$31 million, bringing him on a par with several other wealthy Australian athletes, not just cricketers.
Smith, who made his national debut across formats in 2010, is surely one of Australia’s highest-paid cricketers when it comes to sports earnings. Having said that, his current estimated AU$2 million annual salary forms a small component of his total net worth.
Smith has actively supported brands such as Gillette, Weet Bix, Fitbit, and many more with a sense that he is in the cricketing fraternity. Smith is also said to have an opulent deal with sports manufacturer New Balance, being their brand ambassador.
STEVE SMITH CAREER
Smith was initially selected as a right-arm leg spinner for Australia, though later he switched to being a batsman. He has been a regular player in the Australian team since 2013 and took over the captaincy in late 2015. Smith then began batting at number 3 or 4 in the lineup.
STEVE SMITH HOUSE AND CARS
Steve Smith’s house is situated in Balmain, Sydney where he lives with his wife Dani Willis, who was once Steve Smith’s girlfriend. He also has another plush property in Balmain which he bought in 2016 for investment purposes.
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