Matthew Hayden Net Worth|Wiki|An Australian Cricketer, his Networth, Career, Assets, Wife, Kids
Facts of Matthew Hayden Net Worth|Wiki|An Australian Cricketer, his Networth, Career, Assets, Wife, Kids
|Net worth||$25 Milion|
|Date of Birth:||1971 October 29|
|First Name||Matthew Lawrence|
|Last Name||Hayden AM|
|Age:||52 years old|
|Height:||6 Feet 2 Inch|
A legendary Australian cricket commentator, and former cricketer, Matthew Lawrence Hayden AM has an estimated net worth of $25 million as of 2023. Matthew is considered one of the best Australian batsmen and one of the best opening batsmen in the world.
Income Source of Matthew Hayden-
Matthew has made every bit of his fortune from the cricket industry. Matthew makes a good amount of money from commentating and also made a good income as a coach when he coached the Pakistan National team. The exact details of Matthew's income have not been revealed yet but he played 3 seasons in the IPL with Chennai Super Kings where his annual earnings were as follows:
Talking about sponsorships and endorsements, Matthew is the brand ambassador of Mahindra for Australia.
Assets and Properties of Matthew Hayden-
Matthew owns some luxurious and lavishing properties across Australia but the exact details and their worth have not been disclosed yet. But talking about his daily driving car, Matthew drives a Mahindra PikUp which costs somewhere around $38,800. According to sources, it is reported that Matthew has a Mercedes Benz which costs approximately $90,000, and a Toyota Land Cruiser worth approx. $75,000.
The Career of Matthew Hayden-
Matthew Hayden made his international debut in the year 1993 in One Day International (ODI) against England and made his debut in Test matches in the year 1994 in a match against South Africa. Matthew's best innings in an ODI came in the year 2007 against New Zealand where he scored a not-out 181. The biggest knock in Test cricket of his career came against Zimbabwe when he scored 380 runs in Perth. Matthew Hayden's stats as a batsman were one of the best of that time with 20 international centuries in just 50 games.
Hayden was a part of the Australian team which won 2 consecutive ICC Cricket World Cups in the year 20003, and 2007. Matthew played a very important role in both of them. Talking about Hayden's statistics in all 3 of the major format of International cricket, are listed below-
|1. ODI (1993-2008)||6133||43.8||79.0|
2. TEST (1994-2009)
3. T20 (2005-2007)
After retiring from international cricket, Matthew Hayden continued to play in the Indian Premier League (IPL) for the Chennai Super Kings. Hayden played a crucial part in the first 3 seasons for CSK playing 32 innings and scoring 1107 runs. Hayden also won the orange cap playing for CSK in the 2009 IPL scoring 572 runs. Hayden also took up commentary work, working for Channel 9. In addition to his playing career, Matthew also served as a coach for the Pakistan National Team in 2021 and later in 2022, he became the mentor of the Pakistan National Team for the ICC T20 World Cup.
In the year 2003, in a test match against England, Matthew smashed a pavilion window in anger, after disagreeing with an umpire's decision to give him out and he was later fined for the incident too. Matthew was heavily criticized and opposed by the BCCI and former Pakistani Bowler and Captain, Wasim Akram as Hayden had called India a third-world country. Matthew has been involved in several such incidences too.
Personal Life and Family of Matthew Hayden-
He was born on October 29, 1971 (age 51 years) in Kingaroy, Australia. Matthew is the son of Moya Hayden and Laurie Hayden. Hayden also has an elder brother. In the year 2005, he got married to Kellie Hayden. The couple has been blessed with three beautiful children, Grace Hayden, Joshua Hayden, and Thomas Joseph. Matthew and Kellie are living a happy married life with their kids.
Matthew Hayden's: Engagement in Online World-
Matthew is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 265k followers on Instagram, and 616.2k followers on Twitter.
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