Born in Melbourne, Ashton Agar is a professional Australian cricketer who was born to a Sri Lankan mother and an Australian father. He has two younger brothers, Wes Agar and Will Agar.
Ashton Agar has played lots of games at the international level for Australia but he plays domestically for Western Australia and the Perth Scorchers as a left-handed spin bowler.
Ashton Agar Wiki
Real Name: Ashton Charles Agar Real Age: 28yrs old, Born 14 October 1993 Height: 1.88 m Parents: Sonia Hewawissa and John Agar Siblings: Wes Agar and Will Agar Battling: Left-hand bat Bowling: Slow Left-arm Orthodox Playing Role: Bowler
Ashton Agar Wife
Ashton Agar is happily married to Madeleine Agar who made news after she received a death threat on her social media account.
Ashton Agar married Madeleine got married on May 23, 2021, after dating for over 11 years (since 2010).
Ashton Agar Children
Ashton Agar and Madeleine Agar have no sons or daughters of their own at the moment. The couple has been together for close to 12 years but have only been married for a year, however, they have no kids of their own.
Ashton Agar Salary
Despite having one of the best contracts, Ashton Agar’s salary is not knowing.
Ashton Agar Net Worth
Ashton Agar has an enviable net worth of about $1 million-$5 million. The net worth estimation varies because it is difficult to forecast the spending habits of the cricketer over the years. Ashton Agar’s wealth comes mostly from playing cricket.
Agar’s net worth also includes property in Perth. According to urban.com.au, Agar has spent $2.25 million in the pricey waterfront suburb Dalkeith. The three-bedroom home, built in 1990, sits on 1,165 sqm and features a tennis court and resort-style swimming pool. Before this property, the cricketer had a house at beachside Scarborough where he owned a four-bedroom townhouse since paying $660,000 in 2016 shortly after making his international T20 debut for Australia.
Ashton Agar Teams
Ashton Agar initially turned almost as many heads as he has turned cricket balls. At the age of 19 he had a place in the squads of Western Australia, the Perth Scorchers, and also the national team, having sensationally been upgraded from an internship on the 2013 tour of India to a more expansive role in Michael Clarke’s squad.
Teams: Australia, Australia A, Australia Under-19s, Perth Scorchers, Western Australia, Western Australia Under-23s