Sean Williams Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| A ZimbabweanCricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Kids

Sean Williams Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| A ZimbabweanCricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Kids

Facts of Sean Williams Net Worth|Wiki|Bio| A ZimbabweanCricketer, Networth, Career, Stats, Wife, Kids

Net worth$10 Million
Date of Birth:1986 September 26
First NameSean Colin
Last NameWilliams
Age:37 years old
Birth Nation: Zimbabwe
Height: 6 Feet

A popular Zimbabwean cricketer, Sean Colin Williams has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2023. Sean is considered as one of the finest Zimbabwean cricketer.

Sean Williams

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Income Source of Sean Williams-

Sean has earned every bit of his income from his career as a cricketer. According to sources, it is reported that Sean's annual salary representing the Zimbabwe National Cricket Team is around $120,000 whereas he gets paid $4,000 per game in Test, $2,500 per game in ODI, and $1,500 per game in T20I.

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Assets and Properties of Sean Williams-

Sean is a wealthy person but the exact details of Sean's house and properties haven't been revealed yet. The details regarding Sean's cars and other assets have also not been revealed yet and any further information regarding his properties and asset's will be updated.

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The Career of Sean Williams-

He was expected to be called up during the players' strike in April 2004. Almost a year later, with just one first-class match under his belt, he joined the Zimbabwe squad for a tour of South Africa.

After turning down a central contract the following month, he decided to pursue a more stable career overseas. However, he later changed his mind and returned to play for Zimbabwe three months later. Despite being plagued by injuries, he once again left for a contract in South Africa in 2008, only to return a few weeks later. In the ICC Intercontinental Cup match in 2010-11, he scored an impressive 178 for Zimbabwe XI against Ireland. Unfortunately, he was ruled out of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 due to a fractured thumb.

He made his Test debut against the West Indies in the second Test at Roseau in 2013, scoring 31 and 6. In September 2013, he made himself unavailable for the first Test against Pakistan due to payment issues. However, after reaching a satisfactory agreement, he reaffirmed his commitment to playing for the country in the future.

On February 19, 2015, he played a crucial role in Zimbabwe's victory against the United Arab Emirates in the Cricket World Cup, scoring an unbeaten 76 runs. At the time, Zimbabwe was in a difficult position at 177/5, but he guided the team to victory with his innings of 76 runs off 65 balls, including 7 fours and one six. Talking about Sean 's batting and bowling stats in all 3 major formats, a detailed list is given below-  

1. ODI   4986  38.06 83 47.54

2. TEST 

 1034  41.36 21  51.04

3. T20I

 1482  24.29 43 29.53

Sean celebrating after hitting a century

He achieved his first Test century in his third Test match, playing against New Zealand at Bulawayo in July 2016. Batting at number eight in the second innings, he scored an impressive 119 off 148 balls. This century was the fastest ever by a Zimbabwean in Test Cricket. In April 2019, during the ODI series against the United Arab Emirates, Williams scored the fastest century for a Zimbabwean batsman in an ODI match, reaching the milestone in just 75 balls.

In January 2020, Williams captained Zimbabwe in a two-match home Test series against Sri Lanka, marking his first Test series as captain.He scored his second Test century in the second match, making 107 runs before being bowled by Dhananjaya De Silva in a drawn match. This was Zimbabwe's first home draw since 2017, although Sri Lanka won the series 1-0. In June 2023, Williams scored Zimbabwe's fastest-ever ODI century, a record that was broken just two days later by Sikandar Raza. During the same World Cup Qualifier tournament, Williams played an outstanding innings of 174 runs off 101 balls against the USA, helping Zimbabwe achieve its highest-ever ODI total of 408. In that match, the USA was all out for 104, resulting in Zimbabwe's victory by a massive 304 runs. This win stands as the second-largest margin of victory in men's ODIs.

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Personal Life and Family of Sean Williams-

Sean with his wife

He was born on September 26, 1986 (age 36 years), Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. Sean is the son of Collin Williams (Father) and Patricia McKillop (Mother). Sean also has a step brother, Michael McKillop. In the year 2015, he got married to Chantelle Dexter and the couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter.  

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Sean Williams's: Engagement in Online World-

Sean is socially active on different social media platforms. He is followed by 21k followers on Twitter. 

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