Tanveer Sangha is a right-arm leg spinner from Australia. Sangha has already been lauded by the cricketing legend Ricky Ponting. Sangha has a typical leg-spinner’s action. Quite obviously he is short in stature, to be precise 5 feet 10 inches. Sangha has already shown the potential to be the next star leggie from Australia.
Tanveer’s father Joga is from Jalandhar, India. He moved Down Under for education and settled there. Joga had to struggle extremely hard to prevent the deterioration of the financial condition of the family. He still works as a taxi driver. Tanveer, with his determination and hard work on the field, has made his father feel proud. The toil his father had in the past is finally paying off and paying off handsomely.
Sangha was part of the 2020 U-19 World Cup where he was the highest wicket-taker for Australia with 15 wickets. He has had an impressive run in the BBL playing for Sydney Thunders. In 2020-21, he took 21 wickets in 15 matches and in the 2021-22 season, the leggie picked 16 in 12 games. Yes, he has a tough competition against Adam Zampa to claim the World Cup spot, though he has the potential to give a tough fight to the experienced Zampa.
Tanveer Sangha Net Worth
Net Worth in INR|
8.22 Crore INR|
The current net worth of Tanveer Sangha is $1 million. He has at least 15 years of cricket ahead of him, so he will definitely make the net worth value skyrocket very soon.
Tanveer Sangha Salary
There isn’t any information available about the current salary of Tanveer Sangha from Sydney Thunders. It is expected that he will very quickly become the highest-paying player of Sydney Thunders.
Tanveer Sangha Brand Endorsements
This leggie and Kookaburra have had an endorsement deal. Tanveer uses all the gears like gloves, helmets, pads, inners, guards and most importantly the bat made from Kookaburra.
Tanveer Sangha Car Collection
Well, Sangha regularly puts stories on Instagram about bikes and cars, though it is not yet fully understood whether he owns any car or not.
Tanveer Sangha House
Tanveer still lives with his family in Sydney. He doesn’t own any house. But very soon he will have his house where he can move in with his family.