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After the successful completion of the Indian Premier League 2024, action is set to move to the USA and West Indies for the T20 World Cup 2024. The forthcoming season would mark the ninth edition of the cricketing extravaganza, where a total of 20 teams will lock horns for the coveted title. While other teams are all geared up for the competition, South Africa have also tied their shoelaces for the forthcoming contest. 

The Proteas are all set with their 15-man squad to take on their competitors, as they begin their campaign against Sri Lanka on June 3. The squad consists of several cricketing experts whose experience will guide the side to their maiden World Cup. However, the team also has a few names who will participate in the competition for probably the last time. 

Four South African players who might play last T20 World Cup in 2024

In this article, we will have a look at four names who might play for the Proteas one last time during the T20 World Cup 2024. 

Tabraiz Shamsi

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South African spinner Tabraiz Shamsi is going to be one of the key players for the side in their upcoming assignment in the USA and the West Indies. Shamsi’s skills to turn the ball as well as the variations have helped the Proteas win several big games. The wrist-spinner has picked a total of 78 wickets in more than 60 games he has played for the side, with an economy of less than 8.  However, Shamsi lacks fitness standards and by the next T20 World Cup, he would turn 36 years old. It clearly means that the cricketer wouldn’t be able to keep up with the pace required with his growing age and might decide to call it quits after this edition.