Michael Bevan

Michael Bevan

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Ex Australian cricketer Michael Gwyl Bevan is also a left-handed batsman and a slow left-arm wrist-spin bowler. In 1989, Michael Bevan received an AIS Australian Cricket Academy scholarship. In ODIs, he was classified as a “finisher” for Australia.

Early Life

Michael Gwyl Bevan was born in Belconnen, Australian Capital Territory, on May 8, 1970. He is 51 years old and is an Australian by birth. In addition, Taurus is his zodiac sign.

Michael Bevan’s educational history, including where he studied and graduated from, is less well-known.

Professional Life

Bevan spent the majority of his domestic career with the New South Wales Blues before joining the Tasmanian Tigers in 2004–05. He has also represented South Australia and Yorkshire, Leicestershire, and Sussex in England.

In the 1994 Austral-Asia Cup in Sharjah, Bevan made his One Day International debut for Australia. Similarly, in a New Year’s Day One Day International against the West Indies at the Sydney Cricket Ground in 1996, he hit one of his most famous “anchor” innings. In 1996, he played for Australia in the Cricket World Cup.

Michael Bevan at stadium (Source: Instagram)


Bevan was injured when the 2003 World Cup began, and he made his debut against India on the group stage. He entered the final group game against England with Australia trailing 48–4. Andy Bichel then joined him at 135–8, with 70 runs still needed to win. In the final over, Australia prevailed with Bevan on 74 not out and Bichel on 34 not out.

After an undefeated group round, the Super Six stage was also undefeated. He made 56 against New Zealand, batting with Bichel to help Australia rebound from an 84–7 deficit. He was not expected to bat in the final, which Australia won, due to an unfortunate golden duck in the semi-final against Sri Lanka.

Bevan announced his retirement from cricket on January 17, 2007, citing injuries as the reason. In January 2011, he was appointed coach of Kings XI Punjab of the Indian Premier League.


Michael Gwyl Bevan has a net worth of over a million dollars as of 2018. In addition, when playing cricket, he earned an annual salary of $270,000 dollars. He has earned a total of one million dollars throughout his cricket career.

Relationship Status

Michael Bevan with his wife (Source: Instagram)

Tracy Bevan, Michael’s wife, is his life partner. In 1994, the pair married. They were later divided, however. There is no further detail about Michael Bevan’s personal life available. He seems to prefer to keep his relationships and dating affairs private.

Body measurements and Social media

Michael Bevan stands at a tall height of 5 feet 9 inches (1.8 m).  His eye color is black & his hair color is brown.

He is active on social media platforms like Twitter and Instagram. His Twitter account @mbevan12 has gained more than 10.1K Followers and has 43.3k followers on @bevo_michaelbevan Instagram account.


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