Kagiso Rabada is ‘nowhere near done’ as 50th Test beckons

When Kagiso Rabada takes the field against India on Tuesday, he will complete a significant milestone of playing 50 Test matches, but the pacer says “he is nowhere near done” and hopes to serve South African team for a long time.

Rabada, 26, already has 226 Test wickets in his kitty and is spearheading the Proteas pace attack. He is also the fastest South African bowler and fourth fastest overall in terms of age to get to 200 wickets.

“As much as it is about taking wickets, it’s about being the best I can be and there’s no limit to that. I feel like I’m nowhere near done,” Rabada was quoted as saying by the Cricket South Africa website.

“It’s just about coming back and playing the next game. You can never take international cricket for granted. For me it’s about the longevity and not doing it for just a short amount of time. It’s about doing it for a long time and that’s what keeps driving me,” he added.

Rabada, who was unaware of reaching the landmark until the end of the previous match, said it’s a milestone which is close to his heart.

2015
The year Kagiso Rabada made his Test debut against India at Mohali

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