Teams Played For
South Africa, Warwickshire, Hampshire, Duronto Rajshahi, Lions, Delhi Capitals, Dolphins, Nottinghamshire, Mumbai Cricket Association XI, Rising Pune Supergiant, Derbyshire, World XI, Nelson Mandela Bay Stars, Chennai Super Kings, Multan Sultans, Guyana Amazon Warriors, Durham, Nelson Mandela Bay Giants, Surrey, Amsterdam Knights
This Pakistan-born South African cricketer became the World No.1 bowler in the shortest format of the game at the age of 37. Tahir currently plays for South Africa in T20Is while also representing Dolphins in South Africa, Multan Sultans in Pakistan Super League and Chennai Super Kings in Indian Premier Leagues.
On 15 June 2016, Tahir became the first South African bowler to take seven wickets in an ODI, and also the fastest South African to reach 100 ODI wickets (58 matches).
His IPL career took off in 2014 where he represented the Delhi team for two seasons and later joined the Pune squad. The tenth season saw his some of the best match-winning performances as he picked a total of 18 wickets in that season. This edition of IPL will see him representing the Chennai Super Kings.
In March 2019, he announced that he would quit ODI cricket following the 2019 Cricket World Cup.