The best T20 bowler on the planet wants to win matches for his country – and a World Cup. Simon Borchardt chatted with Tabraiz Shamsi for SportsClub magazine.
Proteas left-arm spin bowler Keshav Maharaj has lofty ambitions.
Twenty-year-old left-arm fast bowler Marco Jansen was the find of the Proteas’ Test series against India, writes Simon Borchardt.
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