Reeza Hendricks, a South African right-handed cricketer, began playing at Griqualand West and even for Knights. In 2008, he was even a part of the team for the U-19 World Cup that travelled to Malaysia.
Reeza is well-known for his short format skills, including a decent first-class average.
Due to his famous short format skills, Knights called Hendricks for the T20I squad in 2014 Australia for the tour. In his first game, Reeza got a duck. However, he was offered a longer run.
He recorded two 40s, which was one against Australia and the other vs West Indies, but both of them were not effective. Therefore, when the team went to Bangladesh, he did not find a place.
In 2018, Reeza Hendricks' constant performances for Griqualand West and Lions led him into the One-Day side. He became one of the elite players to record a hundred on debut, as his knock came against Sri Lanka at Pallekele.
Although he was part of the opener's position in 2018, Reeza was not that consistent in the 2019 World Cup. Hence, Aiden Markram dominated against him, and he was left behind on the 15-man squad.
Reeza Hendricks still has a position in the T20 side of South Africa. For Jozi Stars, he was the highest third run-getter when they succeeded in the inaugural Mzansi Super League.
What is Reeza Hendricks' most famous skill?
Reeza Hendricks is well-known for his short format skills, including a decent first-class average.
What is Reeza Hendrick’s net worth?
The net worth of Reeza Hendrick is approximately $5 million.
When did Reeza Hendricks make his debut for the One-Day side?
Reeza Hendricks made his debut for the One-Day side in 2018, and he became one of the