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South African cricketer
Born: June 10, 1989 (age 33 years), Pietermaritzburg, South Africa
Height: 1.91 m
Current teams: South Africa national cricket team (Batter)

Education: Clifton Preparatory School, Nottingham Road, Maritzburg College
Full name: David Andrew Miller
Parents: Andrew Miller
Nationality: South African

Real Name David Andrew Miller
Nickname Killer Miller
Profession South African Cricketer (Batsman)
Height in centimeters- 180 cm
in meters- 1.80 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 11”

Weight in Kilograms- 75 kg
in Pounds- 165 lbs
Body Measurements – Chest: 42 Inches
– Waist: 34 inches
– Biceps: 15 Inches

Eye Colour Black
Hair Colour Blonde
Coach/Mentor Jason Gillespie
Jersey Number #10(South Africa)
#10(IPL, County Cricket)

Domestic/State Team South Africa, Kings XI Punjab, Durham, Australia, Yorkshire, Uthura Rudras, Chittagong Kings, Dolphins, South Africa A
Nature on field Aggressive
Date of Birth 10 June 1989

Birth Place Pietermaritzburg, Natal Province, South Africa
Zodiac sign/Sun sign Gemini
Nationality South African
Hometown Pietermaritzburg, South Africa

School Not Known
College Maritzburg College, Pietermaritzburg
Educational Qualifications Not Known
Family Father- Andrew Miller

Mother- Not Known
Brother- 1
Sister- 1
Religion Christian

Marital Status Unmarried
Affairs/Girlfriends Not Known
Wife N/A

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David Miller 10 Fast Facts, Bio, Wiki

David Andrew Miller (also known as ‘Killer Miller’) is a South African professional cricketer. He currently plays for KwaZulu-Natal and the South African national team in Limited overs cricket.

He is an aggressive left-handed middle order batsman and an occasional wicket-keeper.

He plays domestic cricket for the Dolphins and is the former captain of Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League and plays for the South Africa national cricket team in both One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International cricket.

In September 2018, Miller announced that he would no longer be available to play first-class cricket.

Miller belongs to a sporting family background, as his father was a club-level cricketer, and he suggested him to play sports like cricket, tennis, hockey, and squash.

He is known for his hitting power, and once he hit a 6 that struck a police officer in an IPL 2015 match against Kolkata Knight Riders, which unfortunately blinded his one eye.

Miller expressed his concern “I am still in a state of shock and deeply saddened to hear about the loss of Mr Aich’s eye. A freak accident! My prayers are with u” soon after on Twitter.

He is a seasoned T20 campaigner and has played for many teams like Dolphins, KwaZulu-Natal, Kings XI Punjab, Durham, Yorkshire, Chittagong Kings, etc.

In his more than 100 List A games, he has only managed to score 1 century, and had past 85 in 60 ODIs.

Australian batsman Matthew Hayden was his inspiration to become a destructive batsman.

Though he is a T20 star, but he loves Test cricket more.

He became the captain of IPL’s team Kings XI Punab in 2016.

David Miller played hockey, tennis and squash as a boy, but it was cricket which captured the 25-year-old from Pietermaritzburg’s heart.

He made his debut in the Proteas’ one-day side at age of 20 in 2010, playing 13 matches in the lead-up to the 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup. But his hopes of playing at the tournament were dashed when he missed out on selection in South Africa’s final squad.

The powerful hitter has also gained world recognition after explosive performances for Kings XI Punjab in the IPL in 2013.

Miller made his maiden international hundred against the West Indies and then two innings later, in the 2015 ICC World Cup he mad an unbeaten 138 against Zimbabwe.

He has represented South Africa in ODI and T20 cricket but is yet to receive a Test match cap for the Proteas.

David Miller, South African batsman is currently one of the most exciting players in limited overs cricket without a shadow of a doubt due to his incredible power hitting exploits not only for his country but also for the different T20 teams whom he represents.

David has been particularly explosive in the IPL thus far for the Kings XI Punjab. However very little is known about the man beyond the boundary and so this article would try to list for you 10 of those things that not many are aware of about David Miller.

David Miller attended that school, however quite strangely it is hardly ever mentioned in most of the reports about him and you would be surprised to know how many sportsmen of international repute were nurtured there.

As a youngster, David Miller used to be someone who excelled at more than one sport and so for a long time he was in a bit of a doubt about the sport that he should choose as a professional, however the decision was no longer a problem once he watched Matthew Hayden bat.

In the 6th edition of the IPL David Miller took the cricket world by storm when he flayed the Royal Challengers Bangalore bowlers to all corners of the stadium at Mohali to score an unforgettable century in just 41 balls and made sure that the Kings XI Punjab was able to chase down the huge score put up by RCB.

The South African dressing room has a tradition of giving nicknames to the cricketers and that was the case with David Miller.

David Miller aka Killer Miller might look shy and reserved in his demeanor but the talented southpaw knows how to use the long lever to good effect. A mainstay in the limited overs setup of South Africa, Miller is yet to reach his full potential on the world stage.

Miller made his first-class debut in the Dolphins’ final game of the 2007–08 domestic SuperSport Series, scoring a half-century in the first innings in which he batted.

Miller made eight appearances in the one-day MTN Domestic Championship competition of the same season, though his final match was abandoned after just three overs.

Miller scored an average of 13 runs throughout the competition, which saw the Dolphins finish in fifth place in the league.

He was part of a South African A side that took on Bangladesh A and finished as the second-highest run-scorer, which earned him a senior call-up.