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Theunis de Bruyn (South African Cricketer) Girlfriend, Records, Controversies, Age, Weight, Height and More

By Kalpana Verma

A 24-year-old top-order batsman and skipper of the knights’ franchise, Theunis de Bruyn scored runs in the SunFoil Series, South Africa’s domestic First-class competition to grab selector’s attention.

Name: Theunis de Bruyn

Nickname: Tribbes

Role: Middle-order batsman

Cricket Career

(Photo by Lee Warren/Gallo Images)

International Debut

Test: vs. New Zealand at Hamilton on March 25-29, 2017

ODI: NA

T20I: vs. Sri Lanka at Centurion on January 20, 2017

Jersey Number: NA

Major Teams: South Africa, Knights, Northerns, Northerns Under-19s, South Africa A, South Africa Under-19s, Titans

Early Career

In December 2016, he was named in South Africa’s Test squad for their series against Sri Lanka to make International debut.

He made his debut in Test series in July 2017, where he scored 49 runs. He was dropped from all the matches and again called as a replacement for Vernon Philander who suffered back spasm in the final test.

He scored his first century with 101 as the highest 4th innings score by a South African in Asia against Sri Lanka.


Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): NA

Weight (approx.): NA

Eye Colour: Brown

Hair Colour: Brown

Personal Life

Date of Birth: 08th October 1992

Age (as of May 2019): 26 Year

Birth Place: Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa

Nationality: South African

Zodiac sign/Sun sign: NA

photo: Andrew Cornaga / www.photosport.nz

Family

Father: NA

Mother: NA

Sister: NA

Brother: NA

Marital Status: NA

Wife: NA

Religion: Christianity

Address: Pretoria, Transvaal, South Africa


Preferences/Favourite

Picture Source: Getty Images

Hobbies: NA

Cricketers: NA

Lesser Known Facts

De Bruyn was the third quickest South African batsman to reach 1,000 first-class runs on 19th January 2015 in 20 innings.

Hip injuries stop his career for two years.

He gave his terrific performance in the starting for Titans by scoring 349 runs in just first five matches.

In 32 first-class tournaments, he scored 2534 runs at an average of 48.73 with the best of 202*, which includes six hundred and 14 half-centuries.

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Kalpana Verma