The young lad from Durban is finally getting to represent his country in the third and final ODI against Australia.
This opportunity arises from the resting of Lungi Ngidi, Beuran Hendricks not keeping well and Tabraiz Shamsi having his third child take form.
It’s a really big opportunity that’s knocked on at his door, if leveraged and worked hard upon, the sky is the limit.
Many uncapped players go unnoticed and don’t really get a chance to represent their country.
Many drop out from this passion of theirs which they thrive for.
He has represented many teams such as Dolphins, KwaZulu-Natal, KwaZulu-Natal Inland, Maritzburg College, and South Africa Under 19’s.
These verticals have really helped him climb up the ladder and built him competent enough in order to grind and go forward.
He’s had great staggering figures, and most of all he is able to time the ball at 140+ clicks, which is certainly magnificent.
He might even replace lungi Ngidi, of course, a far fetched plausibility.
But if he proves his strides, he truly can make himself indispensable and certainly, capped.
Being the face and the flag bearers of bowling in South African Cricket, Ngidi and Rabada have really made themselves irreplaceable.
Replacing them would truly be a medium for the young lad.
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