Teams Played For
South Africa, Dolphins, KwaZulu-Natal, KwaZulu-Natal Under-19s
Senuran Muthusamy is a South African cricketer who represents his nation at the international level.
Muthusamy can trace his ancestry to India, with his family in Nagapattinam. A prolific all-rounder, Muthusamy is a slow left-arm orthodox bowler with an ability to chip in with useful runs lower down the order. Although not a huge turner of the ball, Muthusamy’s variations make him a dangerous customer.
He honed his cricketing skills during his U-19 days with KwaZulu-Natal. He became a regular feature for the Dolphins side during the 2016-17 domestic season and was one of their best players in that season.
Muthusamy’s breakout season came during the 2017-18 campaign where he showed his skills with the ball in hand and bagged 33 wickets, at an average of 26.54.
After years of hard work, Muthusamy was finally rewarded with a place in the South African Test side for their tour of India in 2019. He made his Test debut during the first game of the series in Visakhapatnam.
In November 2021, Muthusamy was drafted in the South Africa A squad for their series against touring India 'A' side.
(As of November 2021)