Cricket player Tabraiz Shamsi is from South Africa. For teams including the Dolphins, Gauteng, Gauteng Under-19s, KwaZulu Natal, KwaZulu-Natal Inland, Lions, and Titans, he has played first-class cricket. He bats right-handed and is renowned for his unconventional left-arm spin bowling.
Born: February 18, 1990 (age 32 years), Johannesburg, South Africa
Current teams: South Africa national cricket team (Cricket Bowler),
Batting style: Right-handed
Dates joined: 2022 (Guyana Amazon Warriors),
Nationality: South African
Education: Parktown Boys’ High School
Number of centuries: 0
Tabraiz Shamsi, a left-arm wristspin bowler with variations and a strong googly, emerged as South Africa warmed to the wave of home spinners.
After a good 2013-14 season for Easterns, Shamsi moved between the Highveld and Kwa-Zulu Natal. He collected 47 wickets at 20.02 to finish third in the three-day cup wicket-takers’ list. He subsequently played five matches in the 2014-15 franchise 20-over competition and drew the interest of the touring West Indians.
In 2015, Eric Simons’ St Kitts and Nevis Patriots bought Shamsi. Tabraiz Shamsi biography In seven matches, Shamsi took 11 wickets at 13.27.
Next season, Shamsi had more franchise opportunities. In 2015-16, he took 41 wickets at 19.97 to lead Titans to the title. Shamsi was signed up by the IPL’s Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2016 as a substitute for Samuel Badree, Tabraiz Shamsi biography therefore he has played in two T20 competitions before making the national team.
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