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South African cricketer
Born: May 25, 1995 (age 27 years), Johannesburg, South Africa
Height: 1.91 m
Dates joined: 2022 (Punjab Kings), 2018 (Jozi Stars)
Parents: Florence Rabada, Mpho Rabada
Current teams: South Africa national cricket team (Cricket Bowler)
Nationality: South African
Education: St Stithians College
Birthday: May 25, 1995 (Gemini)
Born In: Johannesburg, Gauteng
Age: 27 Years, 27 Year Old Males
Father: Mpho Rabada
Mother: Florence Rabada
Cricketers Black Cricketers
Height: 6’3″ (190 cm), 6’3″ Males
Grouping Of People: Black Men
City: Johannesburg, South Africa
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Rabada’s father is a doctor and his mother Florence is a lawyer. He is of Venda and Tswana ancestry.
Kagiso Rabada is a South African international cricketer who plays all formats of the game. He is a right arm fast bowler.
He made his international debut in November 2014 in limited-overs cricket before going on to make his Test debut in November 2015. By January 2018, he had topped both the ICC ODI bowler rankings and the ICC Test bowler rankings aged 22.
In July 2018, he became the youngest bowler to take 150 wickets in Tests (23 years and 50 days).
In July 2016, Rabada became the first cricketer to win six awards at Cricket South Africa’s (CSA) annual dinner, including the prize for Cricketer of the Year.
In June 2018, he again won six awards at CSA’s annual dinner, including Cricketer of the Year, Test Cricketer and ODI Cricketer of the Year. In August 2018, Wisden named him the best young player in the world.
Kagiso Rabada was born on May 25, 1995, in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa, to Mpho and Florence Rabada. He went to ‘St Stithians Boys College,’ which is a Methodist Parochial school.
In December 2013, he was selected to play first-class cricket for Gauteng against Border in the ‘CSA Provincial One-Day Competition.’
Thanks to his incredible performances at the first-class level, he was selected to play in the 2014 ‘ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup.’
Rabada picked up 14 wickets and South Africa went on to win the 2014 ‘Under-19 Cricket World Cup.
His average economy rate of 3.10 helped South Africa win the prestigious tournament for the first time. He was dubbed ‘the fastest and most feared bowler’ in the tournament, thanks to his pace and accuracy.
Subsequently, Rabada became part of a professional cricket franchise called ‘The Highveld Lions.’ He then played for the ‘Lions’ in a domestic first-class cricket competition called ‘The Sunfoil Series’ where he took seven wickets in two matches.
Kagiso Rabada’s father, Mpho Rabada, is a doctor. His mother, Florence Rabada, works as a lawyer. Rabada’s family likes maintaining a low profile. He respects his family’s privacy and hence doesn’t talk much about his family members.
Rabada is active on social media platforms, such as Twitter.
One of his social media posts in 2018 attracted the attention of many as he jokingly claimed that his girlfriend was not happy with his teammate Faf du Plessis’ gesture of planting a kiss on his forehead when he dismissed Indian player Hardik Pandya during India’s tour of South Africa.