Joe Root, MBE, who was born on 30th December 1990, is an England cricketer who plays for the England Test and One Day International (ODI) teams as well. He also led the Test team and represents Yorkshire in English domestic cricket. Root made his Test debut in 2012 whereas his ODI debut came in 2013. He led England’s Test team between February 2017 and April 2022 and he also holds the record for most Test matches (64) where they won (27) and lost (26) as England captain. Moreover, on England’s 1,000th Test in August 2018, Root was named in England’s greatest all-time Test XI by the England and Wales Cricket Board as well.
Joe Root is England’s second-highest run-scorer in Tests after Alastair Cook and England’s second-highest run-scorer in ODIs after Eoin Morgan. He holds the record for most ODI centuries for England – 16 and, along with James Anderson, he also holds the world record for the highest tenth-wicket stand in Tests against India during their 2014 tour of England as well. Root, who also bowls occasional off-spin, jointly holds the world record for the most expensive over in Test history, when in 2020 Keshav Maharaj smashed 28 off one of Root’s overs as well.
Joe Root is one of the highest endorsed players of all time. He has a net worth estimated at around $3 Million, according to several reports.
Joe Root is one of the best cricketers in world cricket. He earns around ₹ 9,35,80,665.00 annually.