Born on 10th June 1989, David Miller is a professional cricketer from South Africa. He is a left-handed batter by trade and usually bats in the middle order. Known for his power-hitting, David Miller earned himself the nickname ‘Killer Miller.’ At the age of 17, he made his debut for the Dolphins but had an underwhelming season with the bat. However, he managed to turn things around in the 2009-10 season. That earned him a call-up to the South Africa A team where he successfully carried out his form.
His consistent performances earned him his maiden national call-up as he made his T20I debut against West Indies in May 2010. He made his ODI debut just a couple of days later against the same team. Throughout his career, David Miller has remained a white-ball specialist and is yet to play Test cricket for the Rainbow Nation.
Meanwhile, David Miller is a popular figure in the Indian Premier League. He made his IPL debut for Punjab Kings in 2012 and has played for multiple franchises ever since, including Punjab Kings, Rajasthan Royals, and Gujarat Titans. After talking about his professional journey, it is time to take a look at David Miller’s net worth in 2022 alongside some other aspects.
David Miller Net Worth
|Net Worth||$15 million|
|Net Worth in Rupees||INR 120 crores|
Reportedly, he is worth $15 million – INR 120 crore in 2022. The major sources of Miller’s earnings include the salary he receives from the CSA, brand endorsements and IPL contract.
David Miller Salary
The left-handed batter earned the retainer fee of $250000 – INR 20 lakh for 2022 from the South Africa Cricket Board. In addition to that, he earns $1200 (INR 96000) for every ODI and $800 (INR 64000) for every T20I he plays for the Proteas. Furthermore, Miller earned INR 3 crore to play for Gujarat Titans in the IPL 2022.
David Miller Brand Endorsements
The left-handed southpaw is one of the most popular Proteas players in India and across the globe. It certainly adds to his brand value; hence he has a few major brands in his endorsement portfolio, including DSC (Cricket Gear), New Balance (Cricket Gear), Puma, The Harvest Table, Colexion NFT, Etherlite (Cryptocurrency), and Skrill.
David Miller Cars Collection
As per reports, the South African cricketer owns a couple of luxury cars, including a BMW and an Audi.
David Miller House
Killer-Miller reportedly owns a luxury house in Pietermaritzburg in the Natal Province. The property is surrounded by lush greenery and the batter stays there along with his parents and siblings. However, the value of the property is not known.