Jos Buttler has become a household name in cricketing circles, especially in T20 cricket. Read the full article to know his net worth, wife, salary, and height.
Buttler is the No.1 keeper for England across all formats. He is one of the most destructive batsmen in white-ball cricket who is primarily known for smacking sixes for fun.
Buttler has been a regular member of Tests, ODIs, and T20Is ever since he burst into the international arena on the back of sublime performances in the domestic circuit.
The wicket-keeper averages 33.33 in Tests, over 38 in ODIs, and 34.52. He was the only batsman in the ICC Men’s World Cup 2021 to have scored a century.
He single-handedly battered top bowlers of the world in the mega event held in the UAE.
Buttler is the only Englishman to have scored a century across every format of the game. Buttler has scored 12 centuries in total – Nine in ODIs, two in Tests, and T20Is apiece. He has 53 half-centuries to his name in international cricket.
Jos Buttler’s details
|Full Name||Joseph Charles Buttler|
|Born||Sep 08, 1990|
|Height||5 ft 11 in / 180 cm|
|Net Worth||$500 million|
|Father name||John Buttler|
|Mother name||Patricia Buttler|
Aged only 31, Buttler can serve the England Cricket Team for years to come. He has already featured for England for over a decade and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Jos Buttler’s Net worth and Salary
Buttler sits pretty with a net worth of around $12 million, thanks to his contract with the Indian Premier League and international team.
He has achieved nearly half of his current net worth in the last three years. Jos Buttler earns around $1 million annually and his bank account is growing at 10% every year.
With Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, the Englishman was paid INR 4.5 crores. The England Cricket Board pays him $500,000 every year. His brand deals also earn him a hefty amount.
Buttler doesn’t have a famous nickname in the England side, but he does have one in the IPL.
His mates in the Rajasthan Royals team call him “Jos Bhai”. He got this name following a funny incident where team skipper, Sanju Samson, called him Jos Bhai during the team’s practice and everyone burst into laughter.
Since then, the Royals’ players have been calling him by the same pet name.