Tom Curran Net Worth 2022

Thomas Kevin Curran commonly known as Tom Curran is a cricketer who belongs to English origin. In the 2019 Cricket World Cup he was part of the England squad but he did not play any matches during the tournament.

He represented England in all three formats of cricket. In 2015 Tom won the ‘Cricket Writers’ Club Young Cricketer of the Year’ award. Tom plays for Surrey County Cricket Club in domestic cricket.

Tom belongs to a cricketing family. His grandfather, father and brothers all of them are renowned cricketers.

Tom is a bowling all rounder. He is a right arm medium fast bowler and a right handed batsman.

Tom made his debut for England back in 2017.

With all the success Tom also gained a lot of fortune. In 2021 it is estimated that Tom’s Net Worth is approximately USD 1.5 million.

Tom is a regular player for the England cricket team. He helped them to win many crucial matches from time to time. He is bound to England’s cricket board with a contract according to which he gets USD 245K annually. He also gets match fees for every match he plays. He gets around USD 26K for each Test match, USD 15K for each ODI and USD 7K for each T20.

Tom is a very valuable player for the Surrey County Cricket Club and he has been with them since 2013. This team pays him around USD 250K for each season. He also gets bonuses based on individual performance.

Tom played the Big Bash League for two consecutive seasons with the team called Sydney Sixers and they paid him around USD 200K for each season.

Tom started his IPL career back in 2018 with the team called Kolkata Knight Riders and they paid him INR 16.2 million for that season. In 2020 he switched teams and joined Rajasthan Royals and they paid him INR 10 million for that season. In 2021 he again switched teams and joined Delhi Capitals and he got INR 52.5 million.

Tom is only 26 years old, so we can hope that in the near future he will increase his net worth even more.

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