Super Seam Bowler Stuart Broad plays One day International and Test Series for England. With broad shoulder clean hits Stuart Broad has created the comparison with the legendary left-handed batsmen of all time. The MBE (Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) is an award which is awarded to honor cricketing legends. Stuart Broad was honored with this title in 2016 for his contribution to Cricket. Stuart is also a three times winner of the NBC Dennis Compton Award, from the year 2005 – 2007.
He also won Man of the Match in Ashes series 2009, in the fifth Test. NET Tram 237, was named after the cricket star to honor him in 2015. In 2007 ICC World Twenty20 Tournament, he gave the most expensive over bowled in history, as the bowler gave Yuvraj Singh, an Indian Batsman 6 sixes in a single over, which was a nightmare for his career, from which he recovered smoothly.
Broad as a bowler has much more to be known for as some times he eclipsed by the variety of James Anderson, capability to run through sides and nevertheless the best from Stuart when he routed New Zealand with 68 in 2013 single handedly with the dashing numbers of 7 for 44.
Stuart Christopher John Broad was born in 1986, on 24th June in Nottingham, England. His father Chris Broad is currently an ICC umpire and was former England cricket player. His mother is Michelle Broad. He also has an elder sister named Gemma, who works as a team analyst in England cricket team. Stuart’s middle name ‘John’ comes from a doctor named ‘John’ who saved him as he was born 12 weeks premature.
His parents separated when he was 12, and remarried after a few years after divorce. Stuart’s stepmother committed suicide in the mid of 2010 because of her motor neuron disease.
He was greatly influenced by his father, and considered him to be a great mentor to him.
He followed his father’s footsteps to explore the world of Cricket and started playing, from an early age. Board represented Leicestershire since he was 8 as he played in the under – 9 level. He considered becoming a fast bowler when he turned 17. He continuously played for Egerton Park since he was 9, till the age of 19.
The star bowler is currently dating Bealey Mitchel since 2014 and is living happily together. Broad is known for keeping his life private out of media, although he has been clicked with his girlfriend quite a few times.
Education: He completed his schooling from Oakham School, an independent institute of Oakham located in market town around Rutland. He constantly took part in sports during his school days, including sports like hockey, cricket, tennis etc. He finished his school at grade B earning him a seat at Durham University or Leicestershire County Cricket Club’s contract.
At just 18, he managed to get a full drafted contract for the season. Stuart started playing professionally in England’s team from 2006, for one day internationals. His first match was against Pakistan, where he took two wickets including Shoaib Malik and Younis Khan.
And Since then he has been playing cricket for the team.
Stuart Broad Net Worth in year 2017 is approximately $11 Million US Dollars
He has a net worth of $11 million US dollars as of 2017 with a monthly salary of $80,000.
Stuart Broad Assets
The star cricketer likes to collect cars, as he has a Saab 9- 3 sport wagon, Jaguar XKR coupe, Jaguar F- type Coupe, Toyota Land Cruiser and a Mercedes AMG GT S all of which will together cost about $1 million which is however not a concern for broad who is earning in millions of dollars.
Stuart with his family has initiated to create a foundation in the memory of his step mother, who committed suicide in 2010, as she was suffering for Motor Neuron Disease (MND). ‘The Broad Appeal’ works to spread awareness and find a cure for the disease MND.
He also plays with several private cricket teams adding more digits to his bank account. These teams include Nottinghamshire ,and Hobart Hurricanes for whom he is playing since last year.
Apart from his cricket career Stuart can also been seen endorsing brands and earning a little more of those millions.
In the first quarter of 2017 the star can be seen playing for Hobart Hurricanes an Australian Twenty20 Men’s cricket team.
Stuart’s bowling skills go beyond the realm of cricket ground; he is not only a fast bowler but also a batsman. The multi talented cricketer has proved his named in the world of cricket; he seems to be following the footsteps of his father. We just hope see more him on the field, probably scoring a century and getting wickets nonstop.