Full Name

David Andrew Miller


June 10, 1989, Pietermaritzburg, Natal


33y 170d

Batting Style

Left hand Bat

Bowling Style

Right arm Offbreak

Playing Role

Middle order Batter

A hard-hitting left-hander with a penchant for clearing the boundary, David Miller made famous the phrase "If it's in the arc, it's out the park." Miller is a self-styled finisher who is strong off the front and back foot and eager to swing his arms, as well as a gun fielder.

He made his first-class debut in 2008 at the age of at 18 and two years later, his international debut on South Africa's tour of West Indies. But it was only in 2013 that he became a regular at international level and it took another two years for him to get his first ODI century: 130 against West Indies in January 2015, followed swiftly by an unbeaten 138 two matches later, which sent him to the World Cup in good form. He made an 18-ball 49 in the semi-final that South Africa narrowly lost to New Zealand.

Miller spent even longer waiting for a milestone in T20I cricket. His first fifty in the format came in March 2016. Both speak more to lack of opportunity in limited-overs cricket, rather than lack of ability.

At the IPL, Miller was one of the mainstays of Kings XI Punjab for eight years, scoring over 350 runs in each season between 2013 and 2015 and captaining them in 2016. In 2022, he had his best IPL season, scoring 481 runs and striking at 142.72 in Gujarat Titans' title-winning campaign.

Career Averages
Batting & Fielding
List A25221856668413941.25668999.929405131841120
List A252------------
David Andrew Miller
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David Miller took South Africa across the line in a low-scoring thriller
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Aiden Markram and David Miller put up a 76-run stand for South Africa
David Miller pulls one off his hips
David Miller and Tristan Stubbs have a look at the surface as they wait for rain to relent
David Miller can't help but stare at the pitch, while Sanju Samson celebrates the former's wicket