Matthew James Henry commonly known as Matt Henry is a cricketer who belongs to Kiwi origins. Henry represents New Zealand in all three formats of cricket.
Henry is mainly a bowler who can also bat at the lower orders. He is a right handed batsman and right arm medium fast bowler.
Henry plays for Canterbury in domestic cricket. Henry also plays IPL and County Cricket.
Henry started his first class cricket career back in 2011. From the very first season he has shown absolute class in his performance.
Henry also played many Cricket World Cups for the New Zealand national cricket team.
With all this success he also gained a lot of wealth too. In 2021 it is estimated that Henry’s net worth is approximately USD 8 million.
Henry is a key player for the New Zealand cricket team. He helped them to win many crucial matches from time to time. He is bound to the New Zealand’s cricket board with a contract according to which he gets USD 205K annually. He also gets match fees as per match. He gets USD 8,495 for each Test match, USD 3,682 for each ODI and USD 2,407 for each T20.
Henry started his first class domestic cricket career back in 2010 with the team called Canterbury. He has been playing with the team ever since. He is a very important player for the team. He charges this team around USD 210K for each Plunket Shield season.
Henry also played County Cricket for three seasons. He played for Worcestershire, Derbyshire and Kent. He got around USD 240K for each season of the County Cricket from various teams over the time.
Matt Henry started his IPL career back in 2014 with the team called Chennai Super Kings and got INR 3 million as salary. The next season he got the same amount of money from the same team. After a break of two seasons he joined Kings XI Punjab in 2017 and got INR 5 million as salary.