Quinton de Kock Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|A South African Cricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Age

Quinton de Kock Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|A South African Cricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Age

Facts of Quinton de Kock Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|A South African Cricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Age

Net worth$12 Million
Date of Birth:1992 December 17
First NameQuinton
Last Namede Kock
NationalitySouth African
Age:31 years old
Birth Nation: South Africa
Height: 5 Feet 7 Inch

A popular South African cricketer, Quinton de Kock has an estimated net worth of $12 million as of 2023. Quinton is popularly known for his impactful batting as well as his reliable wicket keeping skills. 

Quinton de Kock

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Income Source of Quinton de Kock -

Quinton has made every bit of his fortune from the cricket industry. According to several sources, it is reported that Quinton's annual salary representing the South African National Team is around $350K annually. Moreover, Quinton is one of the highest-paid players in the IPL. A detailed list of Quinton's IPL salary over the years with different teams is as follows-  

  2023Lucknow Super Giants  67,500,000
  2022Lucknow Super Giants  67,500,000
  2021 Mumbai Indians  28,000,000
  2020  Mumbai Indians  28,000,000
  2019  Mumbai Indians  28,000,000
  2018  Royal Challengers Bangalore  28,000,000
  2016Delhi Daredevils  35,000,000
  2015Delhi Daredevils  35,000,000
  2014Delhi Daredevils  35,000,000
  2013Sunrisers Hyderabad    1,065,400

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Assets and Properties of Quinton de Kock -

Quinton owns two luxurious properties in Durban, South Africa but the exact details of the properties have not been revealed yet. According to sources, it is reported that Quinton has an expensive and lavishing car collection. Quinton owns a Hyundai Sonata worth $25,100, a Mercedes-Benz A35 AMG worth  $47,900, a Jeep Wrangler which costs around $46,000, and Aston Martin.  

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The Career of Quinton de Kock -

Quinton de Kock embarked on his cricket journey by showcasing his talent in junior cricket, and in the year 2009, he made his first-class debut for Gauteng. His exceptional performances in domestic matches caught the attention of selectors, leading to his inclusion in the South Africa team for the 2012 U19 World Cup. Displaying remarkable skills, he emerged as the fourth-highest run-scorer in the tournament, scoring 284 runs.

A pivotal moment in de Kock's career arrived during the now-defunct Champions League T20 in the year 2012 when he played a crucial knock for the Lions against the Mumbai Indians. His half-century not only aided the Lions in achieving victory while chasing the target but also elevated his reputation. This outstanding performance in domestic cricket eventually earned him a call-up to the national team.

De Kock's international journey began with a T20I debut against New Zealand, followed by his ODI debut a year later. Initially, he faced some challenges but eventually overcame them, marking his first ODI hundred against Pakistan. However, he experienced a setback at the end of the 2014 season with three consecutive defeats against India.

His impressive form in white-ball cricket propelled de Kock into the Test team early in 2014. Although he encountered difficulties at the beginning of his Test career, everything changed for him in 2016 when he entered a purple patch. He notched his maiden Test century against England at Centurion and continued his stellar run by amassing five consecutive fifty-plus scores, including a match-winning hundred against Australia at Hobart, which contributed to South Africa's series victory.

While representing the Test team, de Kock achieved his highest Test score of 141* against the West Indies in the year 2021. However, in 2022, he surprised everyone by announcing his retirement from the longest format of the game, citing his desire to spend more time with his family. Despite this decision, he remained an integral part of the team in white-ball cricket formats. Talking about his individual batting stats as of July 2023, a detailed list is shown below- 

1. ODI (2013-)   5966 44.85 96.08

2. TEST (2014-2021)

  3300 38.82 70.93

3. T20I (2012-)

  2277 32.52 137.33

Quinton Batting


Quinton's IPL journey commenced in the year 2013 when he was bought by the Sunrisers Hyderabad. However, his performance during that season was below expectations. Subsequently, he was picked up by the Delhi Daredevils, now known as the Delhi Capitals, for the 2014 IPL season. He represented the team for three seasons before being released in the year 2016.

In the 2017 season, de Kock did not participate in the tournament. However, he made a comeback in the following year, joining the Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) for the 2018 season. Despite his short stint with RCB, he soon found a new home with the Mumbai Indians (MI) in 2019. He remained with the team for three seasons, playing a vital role in their consecutive title wins in 2019 and 2020.

Ahead of the IPL 2022 mega auction, MI released de Kock, and he was subsequently acquired by the Lucknow Super Giants. Despite the change in team, he was retained for the 2023 season, indicating his continued involvement with the franchise.

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Personal Life and Family of Quinton de Kock -

Quinton with his wife

He was born on December 17, 1992 (age 30 years) in Johannesburg, South Africa. Quinton is the son of Ernest de Kock (Father). He also has a sister, Dalean de Kock. In the year 2016, he got married to his girlfriend, Sasha Hurly. Quinton and Sasha were blessed with a daughter recently in 2022. 

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Quinton de Kock's: Engagement in Online World-

Quinton is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 551k followers on Instagram, and 221k followers on Twitter as of July 2023. 

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