Tendai Mtawarira who was born on 1 August 1985 is a rugby union player who plays for the South Africa national team and the Sharks in Super Rugby. He made his debut for the South African national team against Wales on 14 June 2008.
Mtawarira was born on the 1st of August 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe. As of 2019, he is 34 years old.
He is married to Kuziva and together they have two children named Talumba and Wangu
Weight & Height
He has a height of 1.83m and also currently weighs 114kg.
In the year 2018, the highest-paid player was Sharks prop Tendai ‘Beast’ Mtawarira who earned R3 744 796 through his Super Rugby contract.
The 33-year-old loosehead prop is hugely respected not just in South Africa, where he brought up his 100th test for the Springboks in June against England, but around the world after a glittering international rugby career.
His earnings, which exclude winning bonuses, are over double the average season earnings by a South African Super Rugby player.
According to Wikipedia, Forbes, IMDb & Various Online sources, famous Rugby Player Tendai Mtawarira has an estimated net worth of $1 Million – $5 Million.
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‘It never grows old to play for the Bokke‚’ says ‘Beast’ Mtawarira
After 113 Test matches and three Rugby World Cups (RWC)‚ Tendai Mtawarira is not trying to think about his career’s inexorable sunset.
This will almost certainly be the 34-year-old’s last RWC but he doesn’t seem ready to drop the curtain on his Test career‚ just yet.
“I don’t think the end is near,” he said with a grin while suddenly facing down in a press conference on Thursday.
Just when it looked like ‘The Beast’ was a spent force he came back this season a rejuvenated man.
The Springboks have several front-row options but his performances‚ coupled of course‚ with his experience has made him a hard man to ignore.
He may be in the twilight of his Test career but he keeps on taking things on board.
“I have learnt a helluva lot from my mistakes in the past and have taken in a lot of lessons‚,” he said.