Steve Smith is an Australian cricket player and represents Australia in all the formats of cricket. He is also the former captain of Australian Cricket team.Apart from representing Australia in the international cricket he also plays for New South Wales and Sydney Sixers at the domestic level.
Early Life and Education
Steven Peter Devereux Smith popularly known as Steve Smith is an Australian cricketer, born on 2 June 1989 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia to father Peter and an English mother.
He attended Menai High School, but at the age of 17, he dropped out from his school, Higher School Certificate(HSC) to play cricket in England. He played his junior cricket with IIlawong Cricket Club, where he played 11 seasons with the club.
Domestic Cricket Career
Smith made his first debut against Western Australia at the SCG on 24 January 2008. At the end of 2009, he had a first class batting average of over 50 after just 13 first class matches in 10 domestic season. In the final game of that season, he took 7 for 64 in the second innings against South Australia.
International Career and Debut
Steve Smith made his international Cricket debut in T20 international match against Pakistan at Melbourne in February 2010. The same month, he made his one-day international debut against the West Indies in Melbourne, playing in the fifth match of the series.
In 2010 ICC World Twenty20 competition held in West Indies, Australia finished runner-up to England where, Smith took 11 wickets in seven games.
Indian Premier League
In 2010 Smith was first bought by Royal Challengers Banglore as a replacement for Jesse Ryder in Indian Premier League. In 2011 IPL auction, Smith was brought by Kochi Tuskers Kerala but had to undergo an ankle surgery and wasn't able to play the match for the club that season.
Steven Smith has earned huge amount through his cricket career. He charges $1.12 million for retainer fee, $14,000 per test, $7,000 per ODI and $5,000 per T20. As of 2017, his net worth estimated to be around $9 million.
Steven Smith Affairs
First Affair with Danielle Willis
The famous Australian criceter is in relationship with Danielle Willis, an commerce student at Macquqrie University since 2011.