Ross Taylor Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Salary, Wiki ( 2022 )

Ross Taylor Net Worth

Ross Taylor Family and Parents – Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor is an international cricketer and former captain of the New Zealand national team know all about him in this Blog.

Ross Taylor Wiki

Name Ross Taylor
Birthdate   8 March 1984
Age (as of 2022) 26 years
Place of Birth Lower Hutt, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Victoria Jayne Brown (m. 2011)
Children Jonty Taylor, Mackenzie Taylor
Parents Neil Taylor
Siblings Not Known
Education Wairarapa College
Profession Cricketer
Last Update 2022

Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor is an international cricketer and former captain of the New Zealand national team. Batting predominantly at number four, he is the leading run-scorer for New Zealand in Test and ODI cricket. On 21 February 2020, Taylor played in his 100th Test match for New Zealand, in the first Test against India.

Taylor also became the first cricketer to play in 100 matches in all three formats of international cricket. On 26 December 2020, in the first Test against Pakistan, Taylor became the most-capped player for New Zealand in international cricket, playing in his 438th match across all three formats, surpassing Daniel Vettori.

Ross Taylor Family, Parents

Ross Taylor Parents

Taylor is of part-Samoan descent, his mother being from the Samoa village of Saoluafata, and also has family connections to Fasito’o-Uta. His father is from New Zealand. Taylor was educated at Wairarapa College and Palmerston North Boys High School and was a hockey player before shifting his focus to cricket.

Ross Taylor Wife, Children

Ross Taylor Family

Ross Taylor wedded individual cricketer Victoria Jayne Brown in June 2011 and they have a girl, Mackenzie and child, Jonty.

Ross Taylor Net Worth

Luteru Ross Poutoa Lote Taylor is an international cricketer has an estimated Net Worth around $5 Million in 2022.Ross Taylor’s pay source is for the most part from being a fruitful Cricket Player.

Ross Taylor Professional Career

Taylor previously captained the New Zealand Under-19 side in youth internationals. Taylor has a highest List A score of 132* in the State Shield domestic one-day competition in 2003–04, and a first class best of 290 against Australia in the 2015–16 Trans-Tasman Trophy Test series.

In the 2011 auction, Taylor was sold to the Rajasthan Royals for ₹4.6 crore .He departed the Rajasthan Royals to join the Delhi Daredevils for the season of 2012.He was traded from Delhi Daredevils where he played a season to Pune Warriors India for Ashish Nehra in 2013.

His domestic team in New Zealand is the Central Stags, in 2009/10 he played for the Victorian Bushrangers in the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash as one of two overseas players . In the 2009-10 HRV Cup Final against the Auckland Aces, Taylor scored a match-winning 80 off 30 balls, and in a partnership with Kieran Noema-Barnett they scored 133 runs from 53 balls bowled. Taylor also hit Michael Bates for 27 in one over, including three consecutive sixes. In total Taylor hit eight sixes and five fours for the Stags.

He has one of the highest strike-rates as an RCB batsman and known to be a ‘finisher’. After RCB’s win over Delhi Daredevils at Champions League Twenty20 2009, captain Anil Kumble said that Taylor was a “murderer” of spinners, referring to his explosive innings of 65. In 38 balls, Taylor had scored six 4s and four 6s, and was declared Man of the Match.

He was signed by Jamaica Tallawahs for the Caribbean Premier League 2018. He joined Middlesex for the 2019 Royal London One-day Cup competition.In July 2020, he was named in the Guyana Amazon Warriors squad for the 2020 Caribbean Premier League.In February 2021, during the 2020–21 Ford Trophy, Taylor played in his 300th List A match.

On 28 January 2019, Taylor became the third New Zealand batsman to complete 1000 runs in ODIs against India, he achieved this feat when he was batting on 14* and went on to score 93 (106).In April 2019, he was named in New Zealand’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

On 5 June 2019, in New Zealand’s match against Bangladesh, Taylor played in his 400th international match for New Zealand in which he scored a match-winning 82.He also became the 2nd batsman to score 8000 ODI runs for New Zealand, after Stephen Fleming, as well as outscoring him in the same match to become New Zealand’s top scorer in ODIs.He followed it with 48 off 52 against Afghanistan in another successful run-chase.

As of June 2020, Taylor has played 433 International matches and has scored 17,717 International runs .He is currently ranked 15 in Tests, 4 in ODIs, and 42 in T20Is.On 30 December 2021, Taylor announced his retirement from international cricket at the end of the 2021/22 summer, with his final Test series being against Bangladesh, and last ODIs against the Netherlands and Australia.