Does Graham Thorpe Have A Wife? 

Graham Thorpe was once married to his wife Nicky while he was active in his cricket career.

But now, they are not together as he announced that he marriage with his wife was finally over in 2012. She was believed to have another affair.

The left-hander returned from India in an attempt to rescue his marriage after rumors surfaced that his wife was having an affair with an athletic-fitness teacher.

As of now, we are unknown if the former cricketer is married or has a partner. Also, the information of his kids is are yet to get discovered if he had any.

Graham Thorpe Age And Wikipedia Explored

Graham Thorpe is currently at the age of 52 years old according to his Wikipedia profile.

His date of birth is 1st August 1969 and his hometown is in Farnham, Surrey, England. Likewise, he belongs to the English nationality.

Thorpe’s marital problems were well-publicized in various tabloid tabloids, and they had a significant impact on his performance and focus on the game.

After England selectors chose Kevin Pietersen over him for the first Test of The Ashes in July 2005, Thorpe declared his retirement from Test cricket.

Graham Thorpe Parents And Family Details

Graham Thorpe has remained very private when it comes to the details of his parents and family members.

Thorpe was the third and last child of three sons of his parents. He grew up with his two brothers in Surrey and was interested in cricket since his childhood.

Thorpe shifted his posture to make it more difficult for his two older brothers to drag him out, as well as because the leg-side boundary in his backyard was shorter for a left-hander.

He announced his retirement from the one-day game and changed his mind multiple times about whether or not to tour Australia, seemingly disillusioned with continual travel away from his family.

Graham Thorpe Net Worth Revealed

Graham Thorpe has accumulated a net worth of around $800,000.

 Thorpe stayed with Surrey for another two months before retiring from domestic cricket in August 2005, two months after his test retirement.

He played for UTS-Balmain in the Sydney First Grade competition and worked as a batting coach for New South Wales for two seasons beginning in 2005/6.