Thomas William Maxwell Latham commonly known as Tom Latham is a cricketer who belongs to Kiwi origins. Latham represents New Zealand in all three formats of cricket. He is also the vice captain of New Zealand’s ODI and Test squad.
Tom Latham plays as a left handed batsman and a right arm medium fast bowler. Sometimes Latham also fields as a wicketkeeper.
Latham belongs to a cricketing family his father is Rod Latham a former legendary Kiwi Cricketer.
Latham also plays for Canterbury in domestic cricket.
Latham played some extraordinary innings over the time and got the attention of the international fan base.
With all the success Latham also gained a lot of wealth too. In 2021 it is estimated that Latham’s net worth is approximately USD 1.5 million.
Tom Latham is a regular player for the New Zealand cricket team. He helped them to win many crucial matches from time to time. He is bound to New Zealand’s cricket board with a contract according to which he gets USD 206K. He also gets match fees as per match. He gets USD 8,495 for each Test match, USD 3,682 for each ODI and 2,407 for each T20.
Latham started his first class cricket career at an early age with the team called Canterbury. Canterbury is a first class cricket club based in New Zealand. In his debut match Latham scored 65 runs. Latham charges this team around USD 200K for each season.
In 2016 Latham joined Kent County Cricket Club as a player from overseas. In his debut match he scored centuries in both innings. He is the first Kent player to do so. He pocketed USD 250K for that season from Kent. Later, he joined Durham County Cricket Club and played with them for two consecutive seasons. He got USD 300K for each season when he played for Durham.
Latham also has some brand endorsements in his pocket and from them he gets a good amount of money annually.