All About Kagiso Rabada And His Cricket Career

Kagiso Rabada, born on 25 May 1995, is a South African Cricketer who has been involved in all formats of playing in the cricket game. He made his first South African debut in2014, the month of November. Kagiso Rabada was involved in a limited number of games before who could take him in his debut test for cricket games in 2015. In 2018 January, he became the top player in both the ICC and ODI, blowing rank both of them consecutive.

He by then was aged 22 years. In 208, he became the youngest player to take a challenge of 150 wickets in the trials. By then, he was agedĀ  23 years and 50 days. Early in 2013, he had made a debut for the Gauteng in the CSA in the entire province. It was just a one-day competition against her competitors Boarder. He was late chosen to represent South Africa under-19 for the ICC under-19 cricket games for the world cup. For the victorious South African, he became the best south African young player and their best.

At that time, Rabada claimed the second most wicket with 14 blowers in the whole tournament. What translated it as being an economic rate of 3.10. He also claimed the best figures of the whole game at that time. It was 6/25 against his opponents Australia. It made him be capped as the fastest youngest player and thus become the most feared bowler in any competition.

Personal Information Of Kagiso Rabada

Real NameKagiso Rabada
Date of BirthJohannesburg, South Africa
Birth Place25 May 1995
Age26 years
NationalitySouth African
NicknameKG
BattingLeft-handed
Nature of fieldBowler
Eye colourBlack
Hair colourBlack
Height1.85 m
ReligionChristianity
Hobbies Playing the Piano, Listening to Music

Kagiso Rabada’s performance in the under-19 world cup made his reputation for being called into the Lions Franchise in his last two matches of Sunfoilseries season. He took seven wickets for 186 in the two matches, which was a superb performance for young stars like him. In 2015, Rabada took 14 wickets in the entire match for the Lions team, which he played against the Dolphins. It included 9 of the 33-second innings of the game. In the 14 wickets, it was ranked as the best out of the 105 of the best figures in the franchise era in the South African Nation as far as cricket matches are considered.

In 2016, Rabada was also involved in the county tournaments since he had signed a contract that was a short deal to play for Kent County Cricket Club. He played for this team from June to July in an English domestic season, passing up what was seen as an opportunity for an IPL contract. It was seen as the opportune moment for him to gain experience in the English conditions. He was involved in the two-county Championships and six T20 matches. Who did it during his entire spell in England?

In 2018, he named the Jozi star squad for his first-ever edition in the Mzansi Super League T20 tournament. In September 2019, he was involved in the squad for the Jozi Stars team for the 2019 Mshanzi super league tournament. In April 2021, he was also named in the Gauteng squad ahead of the 2021-22 cricket season in the nation of South Africa. In February 2107, Kagiso Rabada was bought by the Delhi Daredevils team for the 2107 league.

In 2018, he was again purchased by the same team in the 2018 IPL auction but was ruled out of the season duty to a back injury. He was retained again ahead of the season for 2019. He was involved in 12 games before leaving for international duty. He picked 25 wickets bad thus became the highest wicket-taker. He was ranked the second wicket-taker in that season. DC qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2012. In 2020, he became the highest wicket-taker in the Indian premier league, becoming the only player to pick 30 wickets in 17 matches.

Family Background Of Kagiso Rabada

Kagiso Rabada was born in May 1995 on 25 days. He was born in Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa. His parents were Mpho and Florence Rabada. He undertook his studies at St Stithians Boys College, a Methodist boy’s school. His father is a doctor, and his mother works as a lawyer in South Africa. Their family background likes maintaining the low family background though their high profile status. He respects his family’s privacy. It makes him the kind of person who does not care much about his family members. He has not yet engaged to somebody; hence his marital status remains single.

 He has not yet engaged to somebody; hence his marital status remains single.

Achievements Of Kagiso Rabada

  •  Kagiso was involved in an impressive performance at the under-19 world cup, where he claimed 14 wickets. The highest achievement he made in his career also changed his motivation from becoming a rugby player and involving himself fully in the cricket matches. Since then, he now focused on cricket matches rather than rugby matches.
  • He was involved in playing for the Lions in a match that played against the Hollywoodbets Dolphins in February 2015.
  • The following year, Kagiso was signed by the English First-class county club Kenty County Cricket club. He performed exemplary in this class by putting world-class records that seemed to be an opportunity to excel. He missed an opportunity to play for the 2016 Indian premier league by signing for this club.
  • In February 2017, he was involved in six matches for the twenty T20, and two county championship matches for  Kent County. He was also picked up by the IPL team Delhi for IPL player Auction for about INR 50 million. The same team also bought him in the following year.
  • In 2018, he joined the South African franchise team, Jozi Stars, where he played in the T20 edition tournament called Mzanzi Super League.
  •  In 2019, he was again involved in playing for the Delhi team in the IPL. It made him make many advancements which many players emulated. He translated much impact to the team, making him the second-best player in that league.

All formats Career Summary Of Kagiso Rabada

ODI career Of Kagiso Rabada

Kagiso Rabada made his first south African international cricketer match in 2014. though he plays in all formats of cricket, he made his South African debut in the ODI test in 2014. though he played a few matches, he did exemplary well. By January 2018, Rabada was ranked as the top player in the ICC bowler ranking and the test bowler ranking. He was only 22 years of age, making him the best south African player to participate in cricket ODI matches.

T20 career Of Kagiso Rabada

he made his first debut for T20 matches in the year 2104. in that year, he claimed the best south African player in blowing. He also had an ability for the formats in the match. His first debut was against Australia in the city of Adelaide in 2014. he broke a record of 14 for 105, thus surpassing the haul which had been taken by dale syn seven seasons before. He was then named the best youngest player in South Africa, being the first to win the award while very young.

IPL career Of Kagiso Rabada

Overall, he has been actively involved in 35 matches in the IPL has since then picked 61 wickets since he started his cricket career. His average has have been estimated to be around 18.09. He has won 4 wickets in a match that is quite difficult for other individuals. in the year 2022, he has chosen to be involved in the IPL home test match against Bangladesh in March.

Social Media Accounts Of Kagiso Rabada

Instagram – 405K Followers

Twitter – 174.2k followers

FAQ

1. How much is Kagiso Rabada’s net worth?

The South African bowler earns a good amount of money per year, approximately $1.22 million. That makes him be the second-highest-paid player in the marquee player.

2. How much is Kagiso Rabada’s bowling speed?

The quick arm action follows a rhythmic run-up. Kagiso Rabada is well known for his thunderbolts, with an average speed of about 140kph.

3. How old is Kagiso Rabada?

Twenty-six years old since 1995.