Tendai Mtawarira Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

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Date of Birth August 1, 1985
Age 36 years, 6 months, 3 days
Place of Birth Harare
Country Zimbabwe
Profession Rugby Player
Horoscope Leo

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Children(s) Talumba Mtawarira, Wangu Mtawarira

Tendai Mtawarira Biography

Tendai Mtawarira is a famous Rugby Player, who was born on August 1, 1985 in Zimbabwe. Loosehead prop from Zimbabwe; joined the Natal Sharks in Super Rugby in 2008. According to Astrologers, Tendai Mtawarira’s zodiac sign is Leo.

Mtawarira was born on 1 August 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe. He attended Churchill School in Harare for five years before being given a full scholarship to Peterhouse Boys’ School, an independent school in Mashonaland East. At the age of 15, while at Churchill, he was spotted by Zimbabwean coach Joey Muwadzuri who invited him to join the Under 19 side at the National Schools Festival. Later that year Muwadzuri invited him to be part of Cats and Dogs Rugby Academy Team that won the National Seniors 7’s tournament. He played with Dan Hondo, Pete Benade, Tonderai “Kawaza” Chavhanga, among others.

He was born in 1985 in Harare, Zimbabwe.

Tendai Mtawarira (born 1 August 1985) is a Zimbabwean-born South African professional rugby union player who plays for Old Glory DC in Major League Rugby and previously for the South Africa national team and the Sharks in Super Rugby. He was born in Zimbabwe and qualified for South Africa on residency grounds, before later acquiring South African citizenship. Mtawarira, a prop, is known by the nickname The Beast.

Ethnicity, religion & political views

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He was then selected in the Springbok squad and made his debut against Wales on 14 June 2008. At first received limited game time. Later he had the opportunity to be a reserve during the test against the Wallabies in Perth. Once he came on, his impact was significant; he went on to be a part of the starting lineup for all the subsequent Tri-nations tests.

Tendai Mtawarira Net Worth

Tendai Mtawarira is one of the richest Rugby Player & listed on most popular Rugby Player. According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Tendai Mtawarira net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Tendai Mtawarira Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth $1.5 Million
Salary Under Review
Source of Income Rugby Player
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House Living in own house.

He was spotted by legendary coach Joey Muwadzuri at age 15 and invited to play for the under-19 side at the National Schools festival.

He was then selected in the Springbok squad and made his debut against Wales on 14 June 2008. At first received limited game time. Later he had the opportunity to be a reserve during the test against the Wallabies in Perth. Once he came on, his impact was significant; he went on to be a part of the starting lineup for all the subsequent Tri-nations tests.

After a strong 2008 Super 14 season with the Sharks it was apparent that he had great potential and his speed would be beneficial with the new rules (ELV’s).

Tendai Mtawarira Height

Tendai Mtawarira’s height 6 ft 2 in weight 264 lbs & body measurements will update soon.

Tendai Mtawarira Height & Body Stats
Height 6 ft 2 in
Weight 264 lbs
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He became a member of the South Africa Springboks in 2008.

Mtawarira made his debut for South Africa against Wales on 14 June 2008. With 117 caps, he is the most capped prop in South African history and the third most capped Springbok of all time behind Victor Matfield and Bryan Habana.

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Later in the year, the South African government reaffirmed its policy that only South African nationals would be allowed to represent the country in international competition, which made Mtawarira unavailable for selection to the Springboks in the June Tests; by that time, his application for South African citizenship had been tied up in red tape. On 25 June 2010, the SARU announced that Minister of Home Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma had granted Mtawarira’s request for South African citizenship. The immediate effect was to make him eligible for selection in the 2010 Tri Nations.

Facts & Trivia

Ranked on the list of most popular Rugby Player. Also ranked in the elit list of famous celebrity born in Zimbabwe. Tendai Mtawarira celebrates birthday on August 1 of every year.

A highlight of Mtawarira’s career to date came in the first test of the British and Irish Lions Tour in 2009. Scrumming against Phil Vickery, Mtawarira dominated his more experienced opponent, leading to Vickery being substituted after 45 minutes, and a man-of-the-match award for Mtawarira. However, he conceded several penalties in the second test when playing opposite Welsh prop Adam Jones. Similarly, in the third test, Mtawarira was largely ineffectual in the scrum, with the returning Vickery and replacement John Hayes subduing him up front.

More recently, his citizenship was a minor political issue in the country. In January 2010, Buthana Komphela, an ANC member of the National Assembly and chair of its sports committee, publicly threatened to charge the SARU with “illegally” fielding Mtawarira and have him deported to Zimbabwe. Shortly after the threat, Mtawarira told the Sunday Independent,

As well as his 117 Test matches, Mtawarira has played uncapped games for the Springboks against the Barbarians in 2010 and 2016, and against World XVs in 2014 and 2015. He has also played twice for the Barbarians.

On 16 June 2018, Mtawarira played his 100th test match against England. He was dropped to the bench for South Africa’s loss to Australia on 8 September 2018, and sustained a neck injury against New Zealand on 6 October 2018, meaning he missed the Springboks’ 2018 tour to Europe.

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