|Full Name||Quinton de Kock|
|Profession / Role||Wicketkeeper Batsman|
|Career Span||2012 - Currently Playing|
|Date of Birth||17 Dec, 1992|
|Place of Birth||Johannesburg, South Africa|
Famously known as Quinny by cricket fans, Quinton de Kock is a wicketkeeper-batsman who plays for the South Africa national cricket team in all formats of the game. He also plays for Titans at the domestic level and Mumbai Indians in the Indian Premier League (IPL).
In his childhood, De Kock played baseball but was eventually convinced by his father to pursue cricket. During his school days in King Edward VII School, he was spotted and included in the Under-19 squad of South Africa. In the 2012 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, he finished as the highest scorer of South Africa with 284 runs in 6 matches.
De Kock made his senior career debut in October 2009 for the Gauteng team in a List A match. He stepped into the international scene in December 2012 in a T20I match against New Zealand. He joined Highveld Lions in 2012-13 season and Titans in 2015. De Kock’s IPL debut came in 2013 for Sunrisers Hyderabad and, in 2014, became the most expensive wicket-keeper in the auction when Delhi Daredevils bought him for 3.5 Crore INR. He then moved to Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2018 and Mumbai Indians in 2019. He has also played in the Mzansi Super League tournament for the Cape Town Blitz squad.
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