Tall Jamaican cricketer Chris Gayle has net worth in several million dollars. Born in 1979, today he is getting $1.7 million of salary, find his wife name and income details. Dubbed as the only player who represents the West Indies territory, the professional cricket athlete has an estimated net worth of $15 Million. He is acknowledged as one of the strongest batsman in the sports arena. The Jamaican athlete gained prominence because of his huge runs and hits. Because of his excellent playing skills and speed, he was chosen as the official team captain for the West Indies league.
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Net Worth – $15 Million
Full Name: Christopher Henry Gayle
Annual Salary: $1.7 Million
21st September of 1979
Height & Weight
1.88 m /6.2 feet
Girlfriend: Natasha Berridge
He started playing professionally since March 2000. When he started his career, he had absolutely nothing on his pocket and living his life off the streets of Jamaica. Right now, a sports club was named after his honor and right after bringing home remarkable achievements in the cricket world.
When he turned 19 years old, he began to play for the international cricket competitions. His test match games followed next after his global exposure and it had positive results. Aside from his sports achievements and playing as the team captain for his college, he made academic excellence his top priority as he kept getting good grades in his engineering course.
His source of income is the revenue he earns from playing with different leagues in the cricket world. When not busy, he spends time with his daughter who was born on the year 2017.His huge built, imposing presence, and perfect timing became his own unique playing style and advantage against his opponents in the playing field. Add to that his agility and speed when it comes to executing his left handed batting style. This all rounded batsman made brilliant records and stats during the tournament against India in 2002. After an intense game in 2005, his health suffered and needed to undergo an emergency operation for his congenital heart disease. He returned later that year after his recuperation and continued to play for the national league.