Thomas Ackland Blundell commonly known as Tom Blundell is a cricketer who belongs to Kiwi origins. Blundell represents New Zealand in all three formats of cricket.
Blundell plays for Wellington in domestic cricket. Blundell is a right handed batsman who fields as a wicket-keeper. Blundell also bowls occasionally. He is a right arm off break bowler.
Blundell also played 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup for New Zealand. Blundell was selected as a back up wicket-keeper for the New Zealand side in 2019 Cricket World Cup.
Over the years Blundell has shown absolute class in his performance. With all the great performances he gained a lot of popularity and a lot of wealth too. In 2021 it is estimated that Blundell’s net worth is approximately USD 5 million.
Blundell 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 85.5K 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.
Blundell started his first class domestic career back in 2013 with the team called Wellington. He has been playing with them ever since. He gets around USD 280K for each season of Plunket Shield. Blundell also gets bonuses based on individual performance. When he was younger he was paid less than this. At the beginning of his domestic career he used to get USD 60K for each season of Plunket Shield. Afterwards it increased to 100K. Gradually his salary increased day by day with his performance.
Blundell never played any other franchise or domestic cricket. All his life he only played for Wellington and the national team.
He also has some brand endorsements in his pocket from which he gets around USD 500K annually.
Tom Blundell is 30 years old and showing good form in the field so we can hope that in near future he will increase his net worth even more.