Mohammed Shami Net Worth

Mohammed Shami Net Worth
Mohammed Shami Net Worth

Mohammed Shami net worth

Current Net Worth$6 Million (USD – 60 Lakhs), (Rupees – 45 Crores)

Mohammed Shami short biography

Net Worth$6 Million
BornSeptember 3, 1990 (Age – 31)
Identified asIndian International Cricketer
StatusAmazing Bowler
EducationMahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University
ResidenceUttar Pradesh, India
Spousal statusMarried (Hasin Jahan M. 2014)
Children1 (Daughter – Aaira Shami)
Mohammed Shami short biography

Mohammed Shami has a net worth of $6 Million (Rupees – 45 Crores), an awesome Indian International Cricketer, well known for his bowling in the match.

Mohammed Shami Ahmed is an Indian international cricketer who bowls for the Indian national team in all formats of the game.

He is a Bengal player who also plays for Gujarat Titans in the Indian Premier League.

He is a right-arm fast bowler who has routinely bowled at over 140 km/h (87 mph), moving the ball off the seam and employing swing to move the ball in both directions, including reverse swing.

In all forms, he has been hailed as “unplayable” at times and as a quality bowler at the conclusion of a limited-overs inning.

In January 2013, Shami made his international debut, bowling four maiden overs in a One Day International (ODI) against Pakistan.

In November 2013, he made his Test debut against the West Indies, taking five wickets.

He holds the record for the fastest Indian bowler to reach 100 ODI wickets.

He became the second Indian bowler to take a hat-trick in a World Cup match at the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Shami holds an A grade central contract with the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) till 2022, which is the second-highest contract grade.

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Mohammed Shami biography

Full NameMohammad Shami Ahmed
BirthplaceAmroha, Uttar Pradesh, India
Height5,8 feet, 173 cm
Weight69 Kg
FatherTousif Ali
MotherAnjum Ara
BrotherMohammed Kaif
BowlingRight-arm fast
Mohammed Shami Biography

Shami was born on September 3, 1990, into a family of five children in the hamlet of Sahaspur in Amroha, Uttar Pradesh.

Shami was sent to Badruddin Siddique, a cricket coach in Moradabad, a town 22 kilometers (14 miles) from his home, when he was 15 years old.

His father Tauseef Ali was a farmer who had been a fast bowler in his childhood.

Shami worked hard on his technique during his stay at Moradabad, requesting used balls after matches so that he could practice reverse swinging the older ball, a skill that would be crucial to his success later in his career.

He was not picked for the Uttar Pradesh under-19 team, and Badruddin sent him to Kolkata in 2005 to improve his prospects of being selected for a state team.

After playing for the Dalhousie Athletic Club, Debabrata Das, a former assistant secretary of the Bengal Cricket Association, was pleased with Shami’s bowling and invited him to join his own club, Town Club.

Shami, who had nowhere to stay in Kolkata, was taken in by Das.

After bowling successfully for Town Club, Das requested that one of Bengal’s selectors, Sambaran Banerjee, see Shami bowl; Banerjee was pleased and chose him for the Bengal under-22 squad.

Shami then joined Mohun Bagan Cricket Club, one of Bengal’s premier teams, in order to be considered for full state selection.

In the Eden Gardens nets, he bowled to former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly, who recommended him to the state selectors, and Shami was subsequently selected in the Bengal team for the 2010–11 Ranji Trophy.

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Mohammed Shami attended Mahatma Jyotiba Phule Rohilkhand University.


Shami made his senior debut for Bengal in a Twenty20 match in October 2010 and grabbed four wickets.

His bowling helped East Zone win the Duleep Trophy for the first time in February 2012; he got eight wickets in the match and was praised for “consistently getting bounce and zip from just short of a decent length.”

Shami has only appeared for his country on a few occasions since making his international debut in 2013.

Indian Premier League

Shami was recruited by Kolkata Knight Riders, an IPL team, in 2011. Kolkata’s head coach, Dav Whatmore, had worked with the Bengal Cricket Association and had recognized Shami.

Teams were permitted to keep a maximum of five players prior to the 2014 season, and Shami was signed by the Delhi Daredevils in the player auction following his international debut.

International cricket

Shami made his Test debut against the West Indies in front of a home crowd at Eden Gardens in Kolkata in November 2013.

He took 6 and 10 wickets in Tests against South Africa and New Zealand, respectively.

He was part of a 19-member Border Gavaskar Trophy side in Australia in 2014–15, where he played three matches and took 15 wickets at an average of 35.80.

During the 2019–21 ICC World Test Championship, in the two-match test series between India and the West Indies.

Shami fractured his arm while batting against Pat Cummins in the second innings of the first Test during the 2020–21 Border-Gavaskar Trophy. He was declared out of the rest of the series after retiring injured while batting.

Shami achieved his greatest score and a second half-century in Test cricket during the 2021–23 ICC World Test Championship, in the 2021 India-England series, on August 16, 2021, in India’s second innings.

Mohammed Shami income model

Monthly Income$66 Thousand+ (Rupees – 50 lakh+)
Yearly Income$1 Million+ (Rupees – 7.5 Crore+)
Mohammed Shami income model

Private & early life

Shami’s father and three brothers were also cricket players, with Mohammed Kaif, Shami’s younger brother, making his List A debut for Bengal in 2021.

Shami and his brother trained in their native hamlet of Sahaspur during the COVID-19 shutdown in India in 2020. Shami and his family assisted in the food distribution in their hamlet during the curfew.

In 2014, Shami married Hasin Jahan. The couple has one child together.

Shami discussed the impact of injuries and a number of changes made by his wife on his mental health in 2020.

He admitted to contemplating suicide three times and thanked his family for their assistance throughout that time.


Hasin Jahan, Shami’s wife, filed a First Information Report against him and his family in March 2018, alleging domestic abuse and infidelity.

On September 2, 2019, a court in Alipore issued an arrest warrant for Shami in connection with the domestic abuse allegations, giving him 15 days to surrender following his return to India.


2014Second fastest Indian bowler to take 50 ODI wickets, ICC World ODI XI
2015ICC World ODI XI
2019fastest Indian bowler to take 100 ODI wickets
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