Jessica Jonassen : Net Worth,personal Life and Many More Updates 2023!

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In 2023, Jessica Jonassen will have a net worth of $1 million, or roughly 7.9 crores of Indian rupees. During the past ten years, Jessica Jonassen has been one of the most significant contributions to Australian Women’s Cricket.

The 29-year-length old’s accuracy makes her similar to an old-fashioned off-spinner, yet she is highly effective.
An orthodox left-arm spinner, Jessica can outwit batters with her flight and trickery. Jessica is more akin to a bowling all-rounder since, especially in the limited-overs format, she can contribute with the bat later down the order.

Jessica Jonassen Net Worth 2023

In 2023, Jessica Jonassen will be valued at $1 Million. Her estimated net worth in rupees is 5.5 crores. Her net worth is influenced by the money she makes from the WBBL, the Australian Cricket Board, endorsements, commercials, and other domestic competitions where he competes.

Name  Jessica Jonassen
Profession Cricketer
Net Worth (in Rupees) INR 7.9 crore
Net Worth in Dollars $1 million
Monthly Income $30,000+ (INR 23 lakhs)
Annual Income $350,000 +
Income Source Cricket, Endorsements, Advertisements
Cricket Australia Salary $150,000 – $200,000
BBL salary $50,000 – $65,000
Brand Endorsement Fee $10-20k (estimated)

Jessica Jonassen’s Personal Life

Sarah Wearn is currently involved with Jessica Jonassen in a romantic relationship. The couple became engaged in February 2018, and their wedding was scheduled to take place in May 2020. But, the wedding had to be postponed because of the Covid19 Pandemic.

Jess Jonassen net worth

The two people get along famously with one another and serve as a strong foundation of support for one another. There is currently no information regarding the line of work held by Sarah Wearn; however, this area will be updated as soon as any relevant information becomes available.

Jessica Jonassen Career

When Jessica was 16 years old, she played her first domestic cricket match for Queensland in the Women’s National Cricket League, where she took 12 wickets. Jessica was the fifth-highest run scorer in the 2010–11 domestic season, scoring 228 runs with an average of 57.

Jessica took 11 wickets in the 2014–15 season, amassing 197 runs at an average of 49.25 runs per wicket. Jessica was the standout performer for her team despite the fact that she missed a few games during that season due to injuries.
In January 2012, Jessica played in her first ODI and T20I match against New Zealand. On August 11, 2015, the all-around player faced England in her first test.

At the 2012 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup, Jessica put up some standout performances, taking up 5 wickets in 5 games and posting the best bowling figures of 3/25 against England in the championship game.

Jess Jonassen net worth

Prior to the 2013 ICC Women’s World Cup, Jessica was unable to join the squad because of her delayed recovery from knee surgery. In the first ODI match against England at Lords in August 2013, Jessica got 4/38 after making a return.

Jessica took six wickets in six games during the 2014 T20 World Cup. She also won consecutive players of the match accolades in the two T20Is that followed the T20 World Cup by hitting 46 in 51 balls and 47 in 39 balls versus West Indies. Jessica hit 153 runs in her first test, which helped Australia defeat England by 161 runs and win the Ashes series.

In January 2016, Jessica took 5/50 against New Zealand to secure her maiden five-wicket haul in the limited-overs format. When Jessica captured 5/27 against New Zealand in February 2019, it was her second five-wicket haul in the limited-overs format. During the second Ashes leg, Jessica recorded a 74 on average.

Jessica was selected for both the New Zealand-hosted 2022 Women’s World Cup and the Ashes series. In four test matches, the all-rounder has amassed 238 runs, two half-centuries, and six wickets with the best bowling statistics of 2/50. His highest score in a test match was 99.

Jessica has played in 77 ODI games, taken 118 wickets with a best bowling average of 5/27, and scored 774 runs. Jessica has taken 74 wickets in 87 T20I games, with a best bowling average of 5/12, while scoring 428 runs.

Read More: The Rise of Alyssa Healy: From Queensland to World Champion!

10 Interesting Facts about Jessica Jonassen

Here Are Some Interesting and Unknown Facts About Jessica Jonassen:

Jess Jonassen net worth

  1. Jessica is a two-time WBBL champion with Brisbane Heat during the 2018-19 and 2019-20 seasons.
  2. Jessica was a part of the side that won the Australian Women’s T20 Cup in 2013 in domestic cricket.
  3. Jessica was also part of the team that won the ICC Women’s T20 World cup four times in 2012, 2014, 2018, and 2020.
  4. Jessica was the Queensland Fire Player of the year in 2010-11 and 2014-15.
  5. The all-rounder was the Most Valuable Player for the Brisbane Heat in 2019-20.
  6. The 29-year-old was the player of the year in 2014-15 in the Women’s National Cricket League.
  7. Jessica is a big fan of the Western Bulldogs (Australian Football rules Football team).
  8. Jessica likes to play the Guitar.
  9. When Jessica took 100 wickets during an ODI series against Srilanka in October 2019, she became the fourth Australian woman cricketer to take 100 wickets in the limited-overs format after Lisa Sthalekar, Cathryn Fitzpatrick, and Ellyse Perry. With this, she also became the second-fastest women cricketer to register this record in 67 games after Cathryn Fitzpatrick.
  10. Jessica took her first five-wicket haul in T20Is in 2020 against India taking 5/12.


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