Tabraiz Shamsi (Cricketer) Height, Weight, Age, Biography, Affairs & More

Tabraiz Shamsi

Real NameTabraiz Shamsi
ProfessionSouth African Cricketer (Spin Bowler)
Physical Stats & More
Heightin centimeters- 170 cm
in meters- 1.70 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 7”
Weightin Kilograms- 75 kg
in Pounds- 165 lbs
Body Measurements- Chest: 42 Inches
- Waist: 34 Inches
- Biceps: 14 Inches
Eye ColourBlack
Hair ColourBlack
International DebutTest- N/A
ODI- 12 January 2016 vs Australia in Perth
T20- N/A
Coach/MentorNot Known
Jersey Number# N/A(South Africa)
#99(IPL, County Cricket)
Domestic/State TeamGauteng, Lions, KwaZulu-Natal, Dolphins, Easterns, Titans, Royal Challengers Bangalore, St Kitts, Nevis Patriots
Nature on fieldAggressive
Likes to play againstAustralia
Favourite BallGoogly
Records (main ones)In the 2015 Caribbean Premier League (CPL), he was the highest wicket taker for St Kitts and Nevis Patriots with 11 wickets.
Career Turning PointPerformance in the 2015 Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
Personal Life
Date of Birth18 February 1990
Age (as in 2017)27 Years
Birth PlaceJohannesburg, South Africa
Zodiac sign/Sun signPisces
HometownJohannesburg, South Africa
SchoolNot Known
CollegeNot Known
Educational QualificationsNot Known
FamilyFather- Not Known
Mother- Not Known
Brothers- Not Known
Sisters- Not Known
ControversiesNot Known
Favourite Things
Favourite CricketerBatsman: Sachin Tendulkar and Yuvraj Singh
Bowler: Wasim Akram and Zaheer Khan
Favourite FoodNot Known
Girls, Family & More
Marital StatusUnmarried
Affairs/GirlfriendsNot Known
Money Factor

Tabraiz Shamsi

Some lesser known facts about Tabraiz Shamsi

  • Does Tabraiz Shamsi smoke?: No
  • Does Tabraiz Shamsi drink alcohol?: Not Known
  • Tabraiz is a chinaman spinner from South Africa who has  taken 272 wickets in 68 First-Class matches with an average of 24.90.
  • Imran Tahir helped him to develop control of his bowling.
  • Tabraiz once talked about his childhood dreams in an interview. He revealed that he wanted to become a fast bowler for which he used to copy the bowling techniques of Wasim Akram, a former Pakistani cricketer, and Chaminda Vaas, a Sri Lankan cricketer. He, however, later dropped his childhood dream to become a spinner. Tabraiz added that pursuing his childhood dream of becoming a fast bowler would have likely prevented him from achieving international recognition as a cricketer. [1]The Times of India