Kagiso Rabada | Cricket, Age, IPL, Stats, Networth

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Hitesh Mandot
Date : 28-11-2022
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Kagiso Rabada’s Biography

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Kagiso Rabada is a South African cricketer. Kagiso Rabada was born on 25 May 1995. Kagiso Rabada’s birthdate is 25 May 1995. Kagiso Rabada’s full name is Kagiso Rabada. Kagiso Rabada’s age is 27 years old as of 2022.  Kagiso Rabada’s birthplace is Johannesburg, South Africa. Kagiso Rabada's height is 6 Feet 3 Inches. Kagiso Rabada zodiac sign is Gemini.

South African cricketer Kagiso Rabada, who was born on May 25, 1995, competes in all formats of the sport internationally. He bowls fast with his right arm. Prior to making his Test debut in November 2015, he made his limited-overs cricket debut for his country in November 2014. At the age of 22, he had topped the ICC ODI and Test bowler rankings by January 2018. He achieved the record for the youngest bowler with 150 Test wickets in July 2018.

At Cricket South Africa's (CSA) annual dinner in July 2016, Rabada made history by becoming the first cricketer to take home six awards, including the Cricketer of the Year honor. At the CSA's annual dinner in June 2018, he once more took home six honors, including Cricketer of the Year, Test Cricketer, and ODI Cricketer of the Year. He was recognised as the world's top young player by Wisden in August 2018.

 

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Kagiso Rabada Family and Kagiso Rabada Education

Kagiso Rabada’s father is not known. Kagiso Rabada’s Mother is Florence. Kagiso Rabada’s has one brother whose name is not Known. Kagiso Rabada’s school is not Known. Kagiso Rabada’s college is St. Stithians Boys College, Johannesburg. Rabada's mother Florence is a lawyer, and his father is a doctor. He has Tswana and Venda ancestry.

 

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Kagiso Rabada's girlfriend

Sho Madjozi, a South African artist, is not dating Kagiso Rabada. Contrary to popular opinion, the couple denied having romantic ties. Early in 2020, Kagiso and Sho made an appearance together during the NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago, Illinois. Despite their appearance as friends, their fans believed they had chemistry, and many of them shipped them.

However, they both insisted that they were good friends who got together frequently. Madjozi and Rabada also have a connection because both of them love cricket, and their friendship started on Instagram a year and a half before they made headlines.

 

Kagiso Rabada Cricket

Kagiso Rabada played in South Africa, South Africa U19, South Africa A, Lions, Kent, Delhi Capitals, Joburg Giants, Jozi Stars, Manchester Originals, Punjab Kings, MI Cape Town. The most promising player to come out of South Africa in the post-No. 1 Test ranking era is Kagiso Rabada, a strong, genuine fast who frequently bowls in the 140-150kph zone. Rabada had already established himself as a prospective assault leader before turning 21.

At the 2014 Under-19 World Cup, Rabada made a name for himself by going 6 for 25 against Australia in the semi-final. Rabada finished as South Africa's leading wicket-taker as they went on to win the championship, their first ever. He received a franchise contract from Lions three months later, and by the end of the year, he was a member of the national ODI and Test squads. In Adelaide, he played against Australia in his first T20I.

Rabada demonstrated his skills in the lengthier format at the start of 2015. He broke Dale Steyn's mark set seven seasons earlier by bowling 14 for 105 in a first-class match, setting a new record for South Africa. He ended the year as the Sunfoil Series' third-highest wicket-taker. He was a member of all three Bangladesh tour squads in July and August 2015, and he became just the second player to record a hat-trick on his ODI debut. He ultimately recorded the best figures for a rookie: 6 for 16.

Rabada also participated in a match against New Zealand at home before being invited on a tour of India. Together with Steyn, he topped the list of ODI wicket-takers with 10 wickets. Rabada had the opportunity to participate in three of the four Test matches of that series because of the injuries to Morne Morkel, Steyn, and Vernon Philander. He put up a lot of effort on hostile surfaces, frequently going unnoticed, but he showed the endurance expected of a Test bowler.

 

When Rabada played against England at home instead of Steyn and Philander, the surfaces there gave him more support. Rabada became the youngest South African to take 10 wickets in a game during the final Test, which South Africa had already lost.

He continued to play additional four ODIs, two T20 Internationals, and three T20 Internationals against Australia, and he also served as the attacking captain at the 2016 World T20 in India. His workload did not decrease. Rabada appeared poised for an IPL stint after his performances, but he decided to sign a month-long contract with Kent's county team instead.

Rabada was selected for the South African team to compete in the ICC Men's T20 World Cup in September 2021. Rabada became the first bowler for South Africa to take a hat-trick in T20I cricket on November 6, 2021, against England in South Africa's final game of the competition. Rabada participated in his 50th Test in the third game of the series against India in January 2022. Rabada's maiden five-for at Lord's came on Day 2 of the first test match of the series against England in August 2022, earning him a spot on the coveted honours board. He joins Allan Donald, Makhaya Ntini, and Vernon Philander as the only other South African bowlers to accomplish this feat since being readmitted.

 
 

Kagiso Rabada Stats (as of October 2022)

 

Kagiso Rabada Stats (Batting)


RunsMatchesInningsHS
Test834558447
One Day International (ODI)315873531
T20I147542122
IPL and others4111626444

 

Kagiso Rabada Stats (Bowling)


WicketsMatchesInningsBBI
Test257551007/112
One Day International (ODI)13587856/16
T20I5654543/20
IPL and others2101621604/21

 
 

Kagiso Rabada Controversies

 

Kagiso Rabada and Steve Smith

In advance of the 2018 Test series that would be remembered for the ball-tampering incident, Steve Smith gave a hint that Australia will try to rile up Rabada. He was first given a series suspension for making eye contact with Smith after ejecting him from the second Test, but the suspension was later overturned on appeal.

 

Kagiso Rabada got banned

The final Test between South Africa and England will not feature speed bowler Kagiso Rabada because of his celebration of Joe Root's demise on the opening day of the third Test.

 
 

Kagiso Rabada's Net Worth

kagiso rabada networth

Kagiso Rabada's net worth is estimated to be $4 million (or around 29 crores) by briefly.co.za. His salary from Cricket South Africa (CSA) as a professional cricket player makes up his net worth. Along with his endorsement deals with companies like Nissan and Tag Heuer, Kagiso Rabada also earns money from his commercial commitments while playing in the Dream11 IPL alongside his Delhi teammates.
Kagiso Rabada was one of the 12 cricketers who the Delhi franchise decided to keep from their roster from the previous IPL season during the Dream11 IPL 2020 trading window in late 2019. The retainer paid US$590,000, or roughly Rs. 4.2 crore, for the speedster.

 

Kagiso Rabada Awards

Cricketer of the Year for South Africa is Kagiso Rabada. In their respective categories, Kagiso Rabada and Dane van Niekerk were each crowned South African Cricketer of the Year at the Cricket South Africa (CSA) awards ceremony on Saturday night in Sandton. In addition to receiving the top prize, Rabada also received the Test and ODI Cricketer of the Year awards. He also received recognition from his peers as Player of the Year and from the SA Fans as Player of the Year.

 

5 Interesting Facts of Kagiso Rabada

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  • Kagiso Rabada was born on May 25, 1995, in Johannesburg, Gauteng, to a lawyer mother and a doctor father.
  • Rabada was a member of the South African team that won the U-19 World Cup in 2014. The best bowling performance of the World Cup was his 6/25 against Australia in the semifinals at the Dubai Cricket Stadium.
  • His outstanding average of 10.28 and total of 14 wickets in 5 matches made him the second-highest wicket-taker at the 2014 U-19 World Cup. His 19.8 bowling strike rate was even better than the competition's best.
  • His offer to play for Lions, South Africa's top domestic team, came as a result of his outstanding U-19 World Cup performance. In 2 games, he killed 7 opponents for his team.
  • At Adelaide Oval in 2014, Rabada made his international debut in a 20-minute T20 game against Australia. Glenn Maxwell, who was out for a duck, was his first victim in a match.
  • Imran Tahir's colleague, Rabada, took his place as the No. 1 ODI bowler in 2017.
  • He was named the world's top young player in 2018 by Wisden Magazine.
  • Rabada was purchased by Delhi Capitals for INR 50 million at the 2017 IPL auction.

 

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