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Adam Zampa was born on 31 March, 1992 in Shellharbour City Council, Australia, is an Australian cricketer. At 28 years old, Adam Zampa height is 5 ft 8 in (175.0 cm).
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|Adam Zampa Age||30 years old|
|Born||31 March 1992|
|Birthplace||Shellharbour City Council, Australia|
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Adam Zampa Weight & Measurements
|Body Measurements||Not Available|
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Adam Zampa Net Worth
He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Adam Zampa worth at the age of 30 years old? Adam Zampa’s income source is mostly from being a successful Cricketer. He is from Australia. We have estimated Adam Zampa's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Cricketer|
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Zampa starred in BBL09 for the Melbourne Stars, taking 20 wickets at 16.20 - more wickets than any other spinner in the competition and fifth overall - across the season as the Stars reached the final. He also impressed for Australia against India in January 2020, taking five wickets in three ODIs at 29.20. It led Stars list boss Trent Woodhill to declare him as "far and away" the best white-ball spinner in Australia. He was named in ESPNcricinfo's team of the tournament as a result. Zampa followed up his domestic performances in Australia's tour of South Africa in February, with five wickets at 11.20 in three T20Is and three wickets across the three ODIs, before returning to Australia to take 2/50 in the solitary one-day international against New Zealand.
In April 2020, it was reported Zampa was poised to move to Victoria to play domestic cricket to further his Test dream.
Despite all of Zampa's successes in the shorter forms of cricket, he was still unable to break into Australia's Test side. He was unable to reach exceptional form in the Sheffield Shield, being a victim of South Australia's very strong pace attack, with Chadd Sayers and Kane Richardson taking all of the wickets themselves and not leaving opportunities for Zampa to stand out. Australia played a Test series in India in early 2017, and former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming touted him as a possible addition to Australia's squad given his ability to bowl well on Indian pitches, but he was not included in the squad. Instead, Zampa continued playing in the Sheffield Shield and had his first five-wicket haul in a first-class innings when he took career-best figures of 6/62 in the first innings against Queensland before taking another four wickets in the second innings to accomplish his first ten-wicket haul in a first-class match.
Zampa was in Australia's squad for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy, but he didn't get many opportunities to play when two of Australia's three group stage matches were washed out and Australia was unable to progress to the finals. In April 2019, he was named in Australia's squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup, taking five wickets in four appearances at an average of 47.20 throughout the tournament.
He was also named in the T20 XI of the year 2016 by Cricinfo.
He made his ODI debut on 6 February 2016 in the second match of 2015–16 Chappell–Hadlee Trophy series. He made his Twenty20 International debut for Australia against South Africa on 4 March 2016. Zampa became a regular member of both the ODI and T20I squad for Australia. Zampa was named in Australia's squad for the 2016 World Twenty20 before he'd made his T20I debut for Australia in South Africa. Despite how recently he'd been added to the squad, he was Australia's leading wicket-taker with five wickets at an average of 13.80 and an economy rate of 6.27, including a breakout performance against Bangladesh with figures of 3/23.
Zampa was surprisingly dropped from Australia's Twenty20 side for the second match of a three-match series against Sri Lanka in 2016–17 after bowling well in the series opener and taking two wickets. Zampa described being dropped as a "kick in the guts", saying his recent form indicated he was one of the best Twenty20 spin bowlers in the world. Without Zampa Australia lost both the match and the series. Zampa was brought back into the side for the final match of the series, and he was named the man of the match with 3/25 as Australia won the game.
The 2015–16 summer was the most successful of Zampa's career to that point. He impressed in both List A cricket and Twenty20 cricket, and in 2016, was included in Australia's squad for both One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals, but he struggled in first-class cricket. In the 2015–16 Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, he recorded figures of 4/48 against Cricket Australia XI to help take South Australia into the tournament's elimination final. In BBL|05, he was part of an unusual dismissal, running out Peter Nevill with his nose.
Zampa had an impressive performance in the 2014–15 Matador BBQs One-Day Cup, getting on a hat-trick and taking overall figures of 4/18 despite South Australia losing the match to Western Australia. In 2015, Zampa signed on for the Redbacks for two more seasons, but in order to get more experience, he changed Twenty20 sides to the Melbourne Stars, where he would have the opportunity to play alongside international stars Michael Clarke and Kevin Pietersen.
After the season he accepted an offer to play for South Australia, in both first-class and one-day matches and for South Australia's Twenty20 team, the Adelaide Strikers. He was tempted by the guaranteed starts he would get in South Australia's team as they had just lost Test spinner Nathan Lyon to New South Wales. During the 2013 winter, he spent three months training at the Centre of Excellence before joining the South Australian squad for the 2013–14 season. The move to South Australia proved a useful one for progressing Zampa's career as he had the opportunity to work with experienced South African spinner Johan Botha, who was the captain of the South Australian side at the time of his move.
Zampa made his first-class debut for New South Wales in the 2012–13 Sheffield Shield season against Queensland. He took five wickets in a three-wicket win. Despite not having a contract with a Big Bash League team until a week before BBL|02 began, he played for the Sydney Thunder and was highly rated by Trevor Hohns. He finished the season having played three first-class matches, taking ten wickets at an average of 23 runs per wicket.
As a result of Zampa's youth career for Australia, he was given a rookie contract with New South Wales in 2010, but he didn't get any opportunities to prove himself at state-level because New South Wales also had a number of other successful spin bowlers, such as Nathan Hauritz, Steve O'Keefe and Steve Smith. He did get another opportunity to represent Australia before his first-class debut, playing in the 2011 Hong Kong Cricket Sixes.
As a child, Zampa bowled medium pace, but Cricket Australia had placed restrictions on how many pace bowlers were allowed to bowl in under-14 matches, so he decided to change his bowling style to leg spin, inspired by Australian Test cricketer Shane Warne. Zampa made his way into Australia's under-19 team in 2009 and has earned a rookie contract with the Blues in 2010 after playing a role by representing Australia in their successful 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup campaign. Zampa played in two youth Test matches and eight youth ODIs, taking 11 wickets across the two formats.
Adam Zampa (born 31 March 1992) is an Australian cricketer who represents South Australia, the Melbourne Stars and the national team. He is a leg spin bowler who also bats right-handed.