Pat Cummins Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Captaincy, Wife, Son

Pat Cummins Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Captaincy, Wife, Son

Facts of Pat Cummins Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| An Australian Cricketer, Networth, Career, Captaincy, Wife, Son

Net worth$40 Million
Date of Birth:1993 May 8
First NamePatrick James
Last NameCummins
Age:31 years old
Birth Nation: Australia
Height: 6 Feet 4 Inch

A popular Australian international cricketer, Patrick James Cummins (who currently captains the Australian National team as of July 2023) has an estimated net worth of $40 million as of 2023.

Pat Cummins

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Income Source of Pat Cummins -

Cummins has made every bit of his fortune from the cricket industry. According to several sources, it is reported that Pat's annual salary representing the Australian National Team is around $2 million whereas he gets paid $18,000 per game in Test$7,000 per game in ODI, and $5,500 per game in T20I. Moreover, Pat is one of the highest-paid players in the IPL. A detailed list of Pat's IPL salary over the years with different teams is as follows-  

  2022   Kolkata Knight Riders    72,500,000
  2021 Kolkata Knight Riders  155,000,000
  2020 Kolkata Knight Riders  155,000,000
  2017  Delhi Daredevils   45,000,000
  2015  Kolkata Knight Riders  10,000,000
  2014  Kolkata Knight Riders  10,000,000

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Assets and Properties of Pat Cummins -

Pat cummins new house

Pat is a wealthy man who owns several luxurious properties and assets. In the year 2021, Pat bought a luxurious five bedroom 670 sq.m. mansion in Figtree, New South Wales, Australia for a total amount of $9.5 million. He also owns a house in Beach Street, Clovelly consisting of three-bedroom and two-bathrooms which he purchased in the year 2013 for a total amount of $1,326,500. In the year 2019, Pat also bought Southern Highlands investment cottage, for $906,000. Pat has been spotted several times with his lavishing Range Rover Sport worth around $90,000. 

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The Career of Pat Cummins -

Pat Cummins quickly caught the attention of Australian selectors and made his debut in Test cricket at the tender age of 18. His remarkable entry into the international scene saw him shine on his debut, taking six wickets against a formidable South African side in Johannesburg in 2011. However, Cummins promising career was marred by a series of injuries, limiting his appearances to white-ball cricket before he could make a comeback and establish himself as the spearhead of Australia's Test bowling attack. Despite his exceptional talent, Cummins struggled with a fragile body, preventing him from playing a single Test match for the following six years. Despite his sensational Test debut, the New South Wales cricketer was unable to capitalize on his early success due to persistent injuries.

Prior to his Test debut, Cummins made his mark playing for NSW in the domestic circuit, making his debut in the 2010/11 season. However, it was his performance in the Big Bash League (BBL) that truly showcased his skills. Topping the bowling charts with 11 wickets at an average of 14.09 and an impressive economy rate of just over 6, Cummins was hailed as the future of Australian pace bowling. His immense potential earned him the distinction of becoming the youngest player to receive a central contract from Cricket Australia (CA). During the 2014/15 domestic season, Cummins dedicated himself to improving his fitness level and regained his old rhythm. As a result, he earned a spot in the 2015 World Cup squad, although he only played a couple of matches. Despite limited opportunities, he contributed to Australia's victory in the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup, taking five wickets along the way.

After a long six-year wait, Cummins finally made his much-anticipated Test comeback against India in 2017. It was a challenging test for the fast bowler, given the subcontinent's wickets that tend to favor spinners. However, Cummins showcased his resilience by playing back-to-back Test matches and proving his ability to thrive in tough conditions.

Pat celebrating

His biggest challenge came during the Ashes series against England at home, where Cummins emerged as a menacing force. He claimed 23 wickets and also displayed his batting skills with two scores of 40+. Cummins prowess extended beyond Test cricket, as he demonstrated his abilities in the shorter formats as well. In the away ODI series against India in 2019, he registered an impressive tally of 14 wickets in the five-match series, helping Australia secure a 3-2 victory. Cummins consistent performances led to his inclusion in Australia's 2019 World Cup squad, where he made a significant impact with the ball. With 14 wickets to his name, Cummins, alongside Mitchell Starc, spearheaded the Australian bowling attack.

During Australia's much-anticipated Ashes series against England in the summer of 2019, Cummins once again tormented the English batsmen, emerging as the leading wicket-taker in the bilateral event. His remarkable performance saw him claim 29 wickets in five matches, with an impressive average of 19.62. In recognition of his outstanding performances in 2019, Cummins was honored with the prestigious Allan Border Medal.

By the end of 2019, Cummins ascended to the top of the ICC Test bowler's ranking and retained his position until the end of 2020. In the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2020, he emerged as one of the few shining lights for the Australian team, wreaking havoc with the ball and capturing 21 wickets in four matches. Despite his heroics, Australia ultimately lost the series 1-2. Cummins also played a pivotal role in Australia's triumph in the 2021 ICC T20 World Cup. Furthermore, in 2021, he was appointed as the Test captain following Steve Smith's resignation, and he also took the role of white-ball captain after Aaron Finch's retirement. Under Cummins captainship, Australia clinched the ICC World Test Championship 2023 title. Talking about his bowling stats as of July 2023, a detailed list is shown below- 

1. TEST (2011-)   228 21.89

 10/62 - BBM

   6/23 - BBI

2. ODI (2011-)

  124 27.61   5/70

3. T20I (2011-)

    55 24.54   3/15

Pat Cummins entered the IPL arena in the year 2014, making his debut with the Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR). However, in the IPL 2017, he was bought by the Delhi Daredevils (now Delhi Capitals). Cummins made headlines in the IPL 2020 auction when he became the most expensive player, being purchased by the Kolkata Knight Riders for a staggering INR 15.5 crore. Despite the high price tag, he had a moderate tournament, managing to take only 12 wickets in 14 matches. Nevertheless, KKR decided to retain Cummins for the upcoming 2021 IPL season.

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Personal Life and Family of Pat Cummins -

Pat with his wife

He was born on May 8, 1993 (age 30 years) in Westmead, Australia. Cummins is the son of Peter Cummins (Father) and Maria Cummins (Mother). He has four siblings, Tim Cummins, Laura CumminsMatt Cummins, and Kara Cummins. In the year 2022, he got married to his longtime girlfriend, Becky Boston. Pat and Becky were blessed with a baby boy. 

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Pat Cummins 's: Engagement in Online World-

Cummins is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 1.2 million followers on Instagram, 2.3 million followers on Facebook, and 708.7k followers on Twitter as of July 2023. 

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