Ricky Ponting Net Worth

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There’s no dispute in the heritage of the good-looking former Australian cricketer, Ricky Ponting. Ricky was born on 19th December in the year 1974. He’s got his nickname, Punter as he’s thinking about gambling for greyhounds. He is called the most uncompromising cricketers who, after Bradman is on the second place in the standings. He’s been among the most beloved and awarded Australian cricketer who has played an important part in many successes Australia has on its name in the cricket field. The world- class cricket player was created in Launceston in Tasmania.

Ricky Ponting Net Worth $65 Million Dollars

Class cricket player is the firstborn among his other three sibs. His parents, Graeme and Lorraine Ponting are sports fanatics as his dad was an excellent team cricketer and his mom was a champion in state vigoro. Ricky began playing cricket when he was only eleven years of age and he played for Mowbray under – 13 team. Due this motive Ricky got a sponsorship contract from Kookaburra, a bat maker. Ricky was also a great football player and till he was fourteen he played for North Launceston. Due to his arm harm he chooses to not play football again. His fascination with cricket grew after that and since then he’s played many matches. Ricky started his profession in the Australian team in the year 1995. After his debut against South Africa he subsequently played against New Zealand which the Australian team won. Including his sanctions and salary he’s a net yearly income of around 4.1 million US Dollar. He’s largely brought in his worth through his cricket career as an Australian captain and the sanctions he gets. Then possesses a lavish mansion in the Golden Mile of Brighton, Brighton mansion, which he bought at an enormous cost of $10 million. It’s an Edwardian style house which has seven large, fashionable bedrooms, seven camera security systems, a library, theater, tennis court, pool and a billiards room. Edwardian sold his house in Burraneer Bay which is why he got $ 4.5 million. He’s got a brilliant reddish sporty Ferrari Enzo. He’s done sanctions deal with brands like Valvoline, Rexona, Adidas, KFC and Swisse Vitamins. During his cricket days he was regarded among the most marketable sport style on the planet. He’s trained the Mumbai Indians Premier League Team that he brought in $400,000. He’s also composed his autobiography in the year 2013, titled,Ponting: At the Close of Play

This guy has attained everything a great cricketer want. The Man had an extremely successful career in cricket that has earned him many awards and accomplishments. The list of his awards is:
In the year 2003, the man received the title of Wisden Leading Cricketer On Earth.
In the years 2003, 2004 and 2007 the Wisden Cricketer of the was given as the Australian Test Player of the Year.
During the years 2002 and 2007 the Wisden Cricketer of the was given as the Australian ODI Player of the Year.
In the year 2007, the Wisden Cricketer of the was recognized as the ICC Captain of the Year.
In the year 2006, the Wisden Cricketer of the was given as the ICC Test Player of the Year.
The Wisden Cricketer of the has 164 successes as ODI captain, which will be the greatest amount
The Wisden Cricketer of the is additionally recognized as the Player of the Decade for both ODI and Test Matches.

He got married to Riana Jennifer who’s a law student in the year 2002. The Wisden Cricketer of the was dating Riana for quite a while and they eventually determined to wed. He could be the proud dad of two daughters, Emmy Charlotte, the older one produced in the year 2008 and Matisse Ellie produced in 2011. In the year 2008 the Wisden Cricketer of the began the Ponting Foundation so that you can raise cash for kids who suffer from cancer. The Wisden Cricketer of the supports the Childrens Cancer Institute; Australia and is the ambassador of the organization.

Quick Facts

Birth date: December 19, 1974,
Birth place: Launceston, Australia
Height:5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight:172 lbs (78 kg)
Education:Brooks High School
Spouse:Rianna Jennifer Cantor (m. 2002)
Children:Matisse Ellie Ponting, Emmy Charlotte Ponting, Fletcher William Ponting
Parents:Lorraine Ponting, Graeme Ponting
Siblings:Renee Ponting, Drew Ponting
Awards:Allan Border Medal, Sir Garfield Sobers Trophy, Wisden Leading Cricketer in the World, Compton–Miller Medal, Captain of the Year

Interesting Facts

1Wife, Rianna gave birth to the couples' first child, daughter Emmy Charlotte, on July 26, 2008 in Sydney.
2First played international cricket for Australia in 1995.


1I know when I've been playing a lot of golf it takes me a while to get back into cricket again. It's not so much the different shape of the swings, more the fact that you are stationary when you hit a golf ball. In cricket you have to move forward or back, which is an instinctive timing thing.
2How much golf I actually play depends on whom you ask. My wife says I'm out there every day. If you ask me, the cricket is getting in the way of the golf.
3I think any time you lose an Ashes series, especially with the hype and build-up surrounding it and the pride we have as Australians playing against England, that's always hard to take.
4We have played so well that the guys have really made my job fairly easy.
5It's nice to put your hand up and do the big things the team requires of you.
6Every decision you make in life, not just on the sporting field - a lot of time and energy goes into it. You think things through before you make decisions and you always think the decision you make at the time is going to be the right one.
7We knew that if we had to win the World Cup, the defensive side of the game had to be better, which means bowlers will have to bowl tight and we will have to field better.
8I want to be a dad, first and foremost. I want to be a good father. I've spent so much of my life on the move and travelling around the world that just to set up a home for my family and be a good dad is something that motivates me.
9I was always fiercely determined and driven to succeed.
10I had big shoes to fill, but the way we have been playing has made the transition easy.
11It's a song that we sing after we win a Test match. We sing it after every one-day series win. It's been passed down through the generations. It's the culture of the Australian team.
12It's always good to win a Test match and if you win it comfortably, it can leave a few psychological marks on opposition sides.
13It was a long, hard, tough day. We managed to just sneak through, it was an unbelievable Test match.
14I've told the guys to keep their heads up. I really believe we played a great game here.




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