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Full Name  Robin Peterson
Career start  1998
National team   South Africa
Role  Bowler
Nickname  Robby P
Batting style  Left-handed
Robin Peterson (Cricketer)

Current teams  South Africa national cricket team (#13), Cape Cobras (#5)

Born  (1979-08-04) 4 August 1979 (age 35)
Birth Place  Port Elizabeth, Cape Province, South Africa
Bowling style  Slow left arm orthodox

Thisara perera 34 runs in 1 over against robin peterson

Robin John Peterson (born 4 August 1979) is a former South African cricketer who bowls left arm spin and is a capable batsman. He has played 14 Tests and over 70 ODIs for South Africa. He announced his retirement from all forms of cricket in 9 November 2016.


Robin Peterson (Cricketer) in the past

Robin peterson practicing switchhitting against england 4th odi cricket

Domestic career

Robin Peterson Wikipedia

In December 2009, it was revealed that he had signed a contract to play for Derbyshire on a Kolpak contract.

He attended Alexander Road High School in Port Elizabeth and matriculated in 1997.

He was bought by the Mumbai Indians in the 2012 Indian Premier League players auction for $100,000.

International career

He holds the dubious accolade of being the bowler from whom Brian Lara scored a world record tally of 28 runs in a single Test match over.

He was the last bowler to dismiss Ricky Ponting in Test cricket, having him caught at slip by Jacques Kallis after Ponting made just 8 runs in his final test innings.

ICC World Cup 2011

Robin Peterson's 4 for 12 versus Bangladesh is his best bowling performance in ODIs surpassing his 3 for 22 against England in Chennai.he also hit a quikfire 21 to make his team win against India. He finished the tournament as the highest South African wicket taker of the tournament with 15 wickets at 15.86 average.

Career best performances

as of 20 March 2011


Robin Peterson Wikipedia

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