The best T20 bowler on the planet wants to win matches for his country – and a World Cup.
Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has highlighted the team’s impressive tally of T20I wins in 2021 as a reason to get behind them.
Tabraiz Shamsi says the Proteas are not at the T20 World Cup to make up the numbers.
Tabraiz Shamsi talks about the Proteas’ thrilling T20 World Cup victory against Sri Lanka and taking 3-17.
Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje and Tabraiz Shamsi are the foil to a misfiring batting lineup. They will be the foundation upon which any strong World Cup challenge is built, writes RYAN VREDE.
Tabraiz Shamsi’s ascent in T20I cricket is testimony to the value of an apprenticeship, dedication to his craft and an unrelenting belief in his gift. He goes to the T20 World Cup as one of the format’s match-defining forces, writes RYAN VREDE.
Spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has opened up about his on-field attitude following his impressive performance in the Proteas’ 33-run T20I win over Ireland on Monday.
There was lots to like about the Proteas’ bowling performance in the West Indies series, but plenty to be concerned about batting-wise, particularly an impotent middle order, writes RYAN VREDE.
Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi says bowlers should be more inclined to mankad until batsmen adjust to staying behind the line while a ball is being bowled.
After a barren period for the Proteas spinners in T20Is, they have taken more than half the team’s wickets in matches in 2021. This is a piece of the World Cup puzzle that could be critical to their performance at the tournament, writes RYAN VREDE.
Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has aimed to clarify Fakhar Zaman’s controversial run-out incident at the Wanderers this past Sunday.
Proteas spinner Tabraiz Shamsi has moved to the summit of the ICC Men’s T20I Bowling Rankings for the first time in his career.
Every Proteas player ranked out of 10 by SA Cricket magazine editor RYAN VREDE.
Spinner Tabraiz Shamsi is determined to make the most of his opportunity after stepping into a frontline role in the Proteas’ limited-overs teams.
Proteas players Faf du Plessis, Andile Phehlukwayo and Tabraiz Shamsi completed their personal #nohands challenge set out by CSA interim director of cricket Graeme Smith. The initiative has inspired a number of players to get creative on their social media accounts.