At one point not big enough for A-team cricket, Petersen now stands tall as SA's new No 3

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Keegan Petersen (Gallo)
Keegan Petersen (Gallo)

After making 62 in the first innings of the closely-fought second Test against India, Keegan Petersen was asked the routine question of where he got his watertight technique from.

He mentioned that it was his father, Dirkie Petersen, who knew his batting nitty-gritties better than anyone else.

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