Kevin Pietersen, born on June 27, 1980, is a former renowned cricketer hailing from South Africa and England, is known for his right-handed batting skills and occasional off-spin bowling. Currently affiliated with Surrey, Pietersen embarked on his cricket journey by making his first-class debut for Natal in 1997.
However, he became disillusioned with the racial quota system implemented in South Africa, prompting his decision to relocate to England. With an English mother, he became eligible to represent England and honed his skills at the county level for four years before earning a spot in the national team.
Pietersen’s international career commenced in 2004 with his debut in the One Day International match against Zimbabwe, followed by his Test match debut in the 2005 Ashes Series against Australia.
Kevin Pietersen Net Worth
|Net Worth||$7.5 million|
|Net Worth in Rupees||7.5 crore|
As of 2022, Kevin Pietersen’s net worth is approximately $7.5 million, as per reports. He has amassed his fortune through his professional career, establishing a lucrative empire.
Kevin Pietersen Salary
In 2016 Kevin Pietersen received an annual income of £343,000 (₹ 35,000,000) while playing for the Rising Pune Supergiant in the IPL. Throughout his career, Pietersen has accumulated a total earning of £3,483,517.8 (₹ 355,461,000) thus far. As a right-handed batsman and right-arm off-break bowler, he held the rank of the 47th highest-paid cricketer in the Indian Premier League.
|Rising Pune Supergiant||₹ 35,000,000|
|Sunrisers Hyderabad||₹ 20,000,000|
|Delhi Daredevils||₹ 90,000,000|
Kevin Pietersen Brand Endorsements
Citizen, the Japanese Watch company, has appointed Kevin Pietersen as their brand ambassador.
Kevin Pietersen Cars Collection
Kevin Pietersen possesses multiple vehicles in his assortment, encompassing a Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Range Rover.
Kevin Pietersen House
Kevin Pietersen resides in a splendid mansion situated within the affluent Wentworth Estate. The opulent residences in this area can command prices as high as £25 million.