Michau du Preez Net Worth 2023 (Updated) Wife, Salary & Endorsement Income

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Namibia cricketer Michau du Preez has been declared as one of the richest sportsmen from Africa. The 25-year-old is expected to make a fortune worth about $3 million by 2023. He earns about $1,600 per month which he gets through his contract with Cricket South Africa (CSA) and endorsements from various brands like Adidas and Nike.

His salary will go up to $30000 per year by 2020 end before it hits the jackpot in 2022 when he would be earning an estimated net worth of $5 million.

Michau du Preez Net Worth Estimated

Net Worth $9 Million
Annual Salary $1 Million
Source of Income Cricket/Endorsements
Cars $100K
House $200K

Michau du Preez Net Worth

Namibia’s cricketer Michau du Preez has specialised in fast bowling. He is currently playing for the Namibian national cricket team as well as having represented his country at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup in 2004. Du Preez was born on 2nd September 1990 to parents Hendrikus Johannes Du Preez and Anna Elizabeth Dannecker.

His father works with the Ministry of Agriculture while his mother runs a small business selling clothes to locals. The young prodigy first made headlines when he took 8 wickets against Zimbabwe U19s during their tour of Africa in 2006/2007 season.

Michau du Preez is a Namibian cricketer who has an estimated net worth of $1.5 million as on January 2019 according to Celebrity Net Worth. Apart from his cricket career, he also earns through endorsements and contracts.

He made his debut in the season-opening match against Hong Kong where he took 1 wicket for 27 runs in 7 overs with economy rate of 3.85 which was below par for this particular game. The contract that he currently has with Cricket South Africa is valid till 2022 which will earn him up to $120 thousand annually if all clauses are met by both parties at the end of the event.

Michau du Preez Biography

Michau du Preez is a Namibian cricketer. He made his One Day International debut for the West Indies against Sri Lanka on 3 March 2006.

In May 2007, he played two games for the Netherlands in the World Cricket League Division One tournament in Nairobi against Kenya and Bermuda. He also played three matches at the 2008 European Championships Division One tournament in Jersey, helping them to promotion to 2009’s Championship Division Two with an undefeated record of six wins from six games.

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After qualifying through their success at this event, they won all ten games at 2009’s Championship Division Two tournament and finished top of their group which included