Kane Williamson leads New Zealand across all formats of cricket. Read the article to know his net worth, wife, salary, and height.
Kane Williamson’s details
|Full Name||Kane Stuart Williamson|
|Nickname||The Ship, Banker, Hurricane|
|Born||August 8, 1990|
|Height||5 ft 8 in or 1.73 m|
|Net Worth||$10 million (73 crore INR)|
|Father name||Brett Williamson|
|Mother name||Sandra Williamson|
Kane aka the Banker is 31. With the kind of fitness regime he follows and his agility in the field, the Kiwi skipper should play for four to five more years at least.
He is at the peak of his career at the moment.
Kane Williamson‘s Net worth and Salary
Williamson stands at 5 ft 8 inches which is an average man’s height. He has broad shoulders and has gotten a decent physique as well.
Due to his calm composure and ability to steady the innings, Williamson has been called “The Ship”.
He is known for not succumbing to any pressure during tense moments while he goes out to bat.
His Sunrisers Hyderabad colleague and Australia opener, David Warner, has called him “The Banker” because the team can bank on his capability to bat longer and hurt the opposition in the process.
Williamson resorts to conventional cricketing strokes and usually avoids playing big shots unnecessarily. He has been the most instrumental member of the NZ squad in recent times.
His composure has helped the Black Caps make it big in almost every ICC event.
Recent News about Kane Williamson
Williamson is coming off yet another loss against Australia in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup final.
The Black Caps reached finals of 50 over World Cups in 2015 and 2019 but went on to lose to Australia and England, respectively.
After losing to the Kangaroos on November 14, Williamson remained calm like he always does, credited the opposition for outplaying them, and backed his mates.
“We were trying to get a platform, the surface was holding a fraction. Nice to build some partnerships and get what we thought was a competitive total, only to be chased superbly. They’re a fantastic side, had a brilliant campaign and came out and turned it on,” he said.
“Credit to the way Australia chase it, they didn’t give us an inch. Wasn’t to be today, but proud of how we’ve operated. Guys committed to what we tried to do in venues that varied a lot. There was a lot of heart shown, always nice to get to the big dance.”
Currently, New Zealand are touring India for two Tests and three T20Is. They have had a decent start in the first inning of the first red-ball game so far.
Williamson departed for 18 only after openers Tom Latham (92) and Will Young (89) provided a solid start. In response to India’s 345/10, the visitors are currently at 243/6. They are trailing by 102 runs on Day 3.
Williamson chose to skip the T20I series where the Black Caps were whitewashed 3-0 by Rohit Sharma-led India.