Tim Southee is a professional cricketer from New Zealand, born on December 11, 1988, in Whangarei, New Zealand. He is a right-arm fast-medium bowler and a right-handed batsman who has represented New Zealand in all three formats of international cricket.
Tim Southee was born in a cricket-loving family, and he started playing cricket from a very young age. He made his debut for Northern Districts in 2006, and within a year, he was selected for the New Zealand cricket team.
He made his Test debut against England in March 2008, and he announced himself on the world stage with a spell of 5/55 in the second innings. He has since become one of the most reliable fast bowlers in the world, with a superb ability to swing the ball both ways.
Off the field, Tim Southee loves to play golf and spend time with his family. He is also a keen fisherman and enjoys catching fish whenever he gets the chance.
According to various sources, Tim Southee’s net worth is estimated to be around $6 million. This includes his earnings from his central contract with New Zealand Cricket, as well as his endorsements and appearances in domestic T20 leagues around the world.
Tim Southee has played over 300 matches across all formats of international cricket, including 80 Tests, 156 ODIs, and 71 T20Is. He has taken over 600 wickets in his international career, with his best figures being 7/64 in Test cricket.
Southee has also been a part of many successful campaigns for the New Zealand cricket team, including reaching the final of the 2015 and 2019 ICC Cricket World Cups, and winning the inaugural ICC World Test Championship in 2021.