McGrath made his debut in 1993-94 in a test series against New Zealand, he wasn’t a furious pacer nor a medium pacer, his mixed medium-fast bowling crippled through the opposition batting lineups along with his favorite spell-mate Shane Warne. He, in his 14-year career, what he was looking for was line and length rather than immense pace to make the batsmen dance a bit. Glenn McGrath played hs the last test against England in Ashes 2007; he was retired from ODI cricket after the 2007 World Cup receiving the man of the tournament and leading wicket taker of all times in 2007 and collectively in all the world cups. Glen McGrath net worth was estimated to be $3 Million Australian Dollars at the time of his retirement. McGrath received the title of “Hall of Fame” in 2013.
Glenn Mcgrath is the fourth highest wicket-taker in Test Cricket; he has the most number of wickets in cricket history as a pacer. He was a bright symbol of Cricket Australia’s golden era from the 90s to 2000s. Glenn is a co-founder of the McGrath Foundation dedicated to his deceased wife Jane McGrath died in 2008. The foundation supports and educate breast cancer patients and help them financially, and morally.
Glen McGrath net worth and salary details are compiled from official news resources. His IPL earnings, central contract with Cricket Australia, donations for McGrath Foundation, and as the Director of MRF Pace Foundation in Chennai are the main sources of his income.
Net Worth: $8 Million USD
Annual Income: $1 Million
Monthly Salary: $100,000