Tristian Stubbs is a South African cricketer and a wicket-keeper batter. Stubbs was added as a replacement for Tymal Mills by Mumbai Indians in the ongoing 15th edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL). He plays his domestic cricket for Eastern Province.
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Tristian Stubbs was born on August 14, 2000. There is no information available on his personal life. However, as per reports, he is not dating at the moment and is not in any relationship. There is no record of his past relationships as well.
The right-handed wicket-keeper batter has played eight first-class games, scoring 465 runs with a high score of 132. He has played 11 List A games, scoring 275 runs with a top score of 82. Stubbs has also featured in 18 T20s so far, pilling 506 runs with an unbeaten 80 as his best performance.
The wicket-keeper batter was roped in by Mumbai Indians as a replacement for injured Tymal Mills in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022. Stubbs made his IPL debut for Mumbai Indians against Chennai Super Kings on 12th May at the Wankhede Stadium, replacing Kieron Pollard in the eleven. However, it wasn’t a dream start to his IPL career as he managed to face only two deliveries and failed to get off the mark.
The talented middle-order batter made his first-class debut at Oudtshoorn on 16 January 2020 against South Western Districts for Eastern Province in the 2019-20 CSA 3-Day Provincial Cup. Two months later on 16 February 2020, he made his List-A debut at Pietermaritzburg in the 2019-20 CSA Provincial One-Day Challenge. Stubbs made his T20 debut for Warriors against Dolphins at Durban on February 21, 2021 in the 2020-21 CSA T20 Challenge.
Stubbs was added to the Mumbai Indians set-up for IPL 2022, replacing injured Tymal Mills. He also went to make his debut in the IPL against Chennai Super Kings on May 12, 2022 at the Wankhede Stadium.
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