Phillip Hughes was an Australian batsman, he made his last breaths on the cricket ground, his love for the game was beyond words. A player of such magnitude that he made his first and second century in successive innings in his second Test match of the career, a first Australian to do so. Hughes was a first Australian to score a century on his ODI debut, the youngest one to ever score a century for Australia. His death shocked an entire cricket world, he died three days before his 26th birthday in a Sheffield Shield match, he received a bouncer from Sean Abbott that proved fatal.
Interesting Fact: Phil Hughes father still runs his son’s favorite 220-acre cattle farm, Phill was fond of raising Angus, he bought his first when he was 12.
Net Worth Of Phillip Hughes:
Day 2 of a test match between Pakistan and New Zealand delayed, India vs. Australia test series was postponed and rescheduled amid his sudden death that too on ground playing for the country. Phill was 63 not out at the time, a number respected by Australian cricketers whenever they reached 63 runs. Phillip Hughes earned millions from his International cricket, he played for Australian and county franchises. One year before his uncertain death, he bought a 220-acre farmhouse in Macksville, Australia. Micheal Clarke and David Warner were closest of his friends, he played pro rugby for some time in New South Wales. Phillip Hughes net worth and property were inherited by his family in 2015.
Net Worth: $6 Million (2009-14)