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Tabraiz Shamsi (South African Cricketer) Wife, Records, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More

By Bisma Qamar @bismaqamar1

Tabraiz Shamsi is a chinaman spinner of South Africa who created a buzz in the domestic circuit. Shamsi is a part of South Africa’s World Cup 2019 squad.

Name: Tabraiz Shamsi
Nickname: Shamsi
Role: Bowler


Cricket Career

International Debut:
Test: Against Australian on 24th November 2016

ODI: Against Australia on 7th June 2016

T20I: Against England on 21st June 2017

Career Turning Point: Strong performance in the 2015 Caribbean Premier League (CPL)

Jersey Number: #26

Major Teams: South Africa, Gauteng, Lions, KwaZulu- Natal, Dolphins, Easterns, Titans, Royal Challengers Bangalore, St Kitts, Nevis Patriots


Highest wicket-taker for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots with a total of 11 wickets in the Caribbean Premier League (CPL ) 2015

Wife and Children

Marital Status: Unmarried

Affairs/Girlfriends: N/A

Wife: N/A

Marriage Date: N/A

Children: N/A


Awards and recognitions:

ICC Emerging Player of the Year in 2011

Controversies: NA

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5 feet 7 inches

Weight (approx.): N/A

Eye Colour: Black

Hair Colour: Black

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 18 February 1990

Age (as of May 2019): 29 Years

Birth Place: Johannesburg, South Africa

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: Pisces

Nationality: South Africa

School: Parktown Boys’ High School

College: N/A

Educational Qualifications: N/A

Signature: N/A



Father: N/A

Mother: N/A

Sister: N/A

Brother: N/A

Coach/Mentor: NA

Religion: Islam

Address: Johannesburg, South Africa

Preferences/ Favourite

Hobbies: Travelling

Cricketers: Sachin Tendulkar, Yuvraj Singh, Wasim Akram and Zaheer Khan

Cricket Ground: NA

Athletes: NA

Food: NA

Artists: NA

Films: N/A

Destinations: N/A

Tattoos: NA

Smoking/Drinking: No

Style Quotient: N/A

Cars Collection: N/A

Lesser Known Facts

Shamsi is a slow left-arm chinaman spinner of South Africa and he has taken 272 wickets in 68  first-class matches with an average of 24.90. Imran Tahir a renowned bowler of SA helped him a lot in reference spin bowling and how to control the bowling form.

Bisma Qamar @bismaqamar1