Brett Lee Age, Family, Net Worth, Height, Biography & More

BRETT LEE ABOUT:

Brett Lee a Australian cricketer , who was born on November 8, 1976, played in all three versions of the game before retiring. Lee has earned a reputation as one of the quickest bowlers in the world throughout his international career. Lee earned less than 20 runs for each wicket he took in each of his first two seasons, but eventually recorded figures in the low 30s.

He was a skilled outfielder with a batting average over 20 in Test cricket. He was also a useful lower-rank batsman. With 310 wickets in tests and 380 in one-day internationals, Lee finished his career. Only Muttiah Muralitharan, one of the finest bowlers of his period, grabbed more ODI wickets than Lee between 2000 and 2009.

Lee started out as a young player with the Oak Flats Rats, the local team, and worked his way up. He also participated in Middleton’s cricket team before beginning a distinguished career. At age 16, he started playing first-class cricket for Mosman and Campbelltown, where he finally shared the new ball with Shoaib Akhtar and temporarily shared the field with England batsman Andrew Strauss. While playing for Campbelltown, he was successful in taking certain New South Wales sportsmen out for the season.

Both the Australian U17 and 19 teams have called Lee up. Stress fractures in his lower back caused him to leave the Australian U19 team in March 1994 and head to India. He was given a scholarship at the AIS Australian Cricket Academy for the 1995–1996 season. Internationals Mike Hussy and Jason Gillespie were among his contemporaries.

In the Sheffield Shield 1997–98 competition, Lee made his debut as the New South Wales Blues’ twelfth man for the games against Queensland on November 14–16. He made his outstanding Blues debut the following week against Western Australia, taking 3 wickets out of 114, including the captain Tom Moody’s. For the rest of the season, Sheffield Shield would see him only once. On November 30, against Bankstown, in the Sydney Grade Limited Overs Cup Final, he finished off a spectacular month by picking up five wickets.

After suffering a serious ankle injury in 2009, he left the One Day International format in February 2010. Lee played for numerous T20 teams throughout the world after retirement, including the IPL. He played for the 2012 champions, Kolkata Knight Riders, and was a member of their team.

Brett Lee

INFORMATION

NameBrett Lee
Nick NameBinga
Profession Cricketer
Famous forFastest Bowler

BRETT LEE BIOGRAPHY  

Date of Birth8 November 1976
Age ( as of 2023)46 years
birth PlaceWollongong, New South Wales, Australia
ResidenceNA
NationalityAustralian
ReligionChristian
Zodiac signScorpio
Food HabitsNA
School Oak Flats High School, Australia
College/ UniversityNot Known
Educational qualificationNot Known

AGE, PHYSICAL STATS 

Height1.87 m
Weight (approx.)90 kg
Body MeasurementsNA
Hair colorBlonde
Eye colorBrown

AFFAIRS AND MORE

Marital StatusMarried
WifeElizabeth Kemp

FAMILY AND SIBLINGS

FatherBob
MotherHelen Buxton
BrotherShan Lee, Grant Lee
Children Preston Charles, Helena Lee

FAVORITE THINGS

Favorite FoodNot Known
Favourite ActorNot Known
Favourite ActressNot Known
Favourite ColorNot Known
Favourite SportsCricket
Favourite FootballerNot Known
Favourite Sports PersonNot Known
Favourite CricketerNot Known
Favourite DestinationNot Known

HOBBIES AND MONEY FACTOR

HobbiesSinging and playing guitar
Net Worth$11 million USD (approx.)

SOCIAL MEDIA ID

Facebook IDNA
Instagram IDClick to follow
Twitter IDNA

FACTS ABOUT BRETT LEE:

  • Brett Lee began playing cricket when he was just 16 years old.
  • Brett Lee is renowned for his flawless deliveries at speeds of more than 155 KM/h.
  • In both 2003 and 2007, Brett Lee made a key contribution to Australia’s world cup victory.
  • In his 30-meter run-up before bowling, Brett Lee usually advances his left foot first.
  • Adam Rainford’s short film “Dream Date” included Brett Lee as a character.
  • Brett Lee suffers from a severe fear of heights.

Brett Lee

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BRETT LEE ACHIEVEMENTS:

In 2000, Brett Lee won the “Bradman Young Cricketer of the Year” honor.

Brett Lee was named “Wisden Cricketer of the Year” twice, in 1999 and 2006.

In the DLF, Lee won “Player of the Tournament” honors.

Competition held in Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur throughout the years 2006–2007.

The Allan Border Medal, the McGilvray Medal, and the

He received three Australian Test Player of the Year awards in 2008, all in the same year.

Lee was chosen as the “Player of the Series” in the 2009 Champions League Twenty-20, which was based in India.

(FAQ)- FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. Who is Brett Lee?

ANS: Brett Lee a Australian cricketer , who was born on November 8, 1976, played in all three versions of the game before retiring. Lee has earned a reputation as one of the quickest bowlers in the world throughout his international career.

2. When was Brett Lee born?

ANS: He was born 8 November 1976

3. What is the net worth of Brett Lee?

ANS: Brett Lee net worth is $11 million USD (approx.).

4. What is the name of Brett Lee’s wife?

ANS: Elizabeth Kemp

5. What is the name of Brett Lee children?

Ans. Brett Lee have 2 children. And their names are Preston Charles, Helena Lee.

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