|Full Name||Reeza Hendricks|
|BORN||August 14, 1989, Kimberley, Cape Province|
|BATTING STYLE||Right hand Bat|
|BOWLING STYLE||Right arm Offbreak|
|PLAYING ROLE||Opening Batter|
Batting & Fielding
Born in 1989 in Kimberley, North Cape province of South Africa, Reeza Hendricks is a right handed batsman of the South African national cricket team. He played for the Under-19 team prior to his debut for the senior side.
Hendricks got a chance to make his international debut in 2014 where he was named in the playing 11 to play against Australia in a T20I match. Not very much impressive with the bat, he was soon dropped out of the squad.
Hendricks made a comeback in the national side in 2018, this time for an ODI series against Sri Lanka and scored a superb century on 88 balls. The reason for his comeback was his extravagant century in a T20 match at the Ram Slam T20 Challenge 2017-18. He was playing for the Lions that season.
As if this century wasn’t enough, he ended the tournament with being the top scorer. Hendricks was in the South African squad for the T20 World Cup 2021 as well.