Faf du Plessis Biography: Career, Retirement, South African Cricketer
Faf Du Plessis is a South African player who also has been a former Cricketer of South Africa. His main role in the team used to be as a right-hand Batsman and leg spinner, Du Plessis used to play all formats for South Africa. He also played for native cricket. Du Plessis is also a franchise player for leagues currently he is playing for the Indian premier leagues in the Chennai Super Kings team. Du Plessis made his debut in 2012 and took a century so Faf Duplessis became the fourth player of South who have made Century on debut matches. He got an opportunity to become a full-time captain and got different tours of South Africa.
Born: 13 July 1984 (age 36 years), Pretoria, South Africa
Father:- Francois du Plessis
Spouse:- Imari Visser
Children:- Amelie du Plessis
Faf DuPlessis Cricket Information
Test Debut: 23 November 2012 v Australia
Last Test: 4 February 2021 v Pakistan
ODI Debut: 18 January 2011 v India
Last ODI: 6 July 2019 v Australia
T20I Debut: 8 September 2012 v England
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The Early Life of Faf Duplessis
Faf used to study in Afrikaans High School for Boys, also known as Affies which is a public school. Alongside he attended many cricket stars such An de Villiers, Heino Kuhn, and Jacques Rudolph. He graduated from Pretoria University. His father was Francois Du Plessis who used to play rugby in the 1980s. Du Plessis was also featured in a song with ab de Villiers.
DuPlessis got married to his girlfriend imari Visser in 2013. In 2017 they were blessed by a baby girl. She has a sister Rhemi who got married to a South African international player Hardus Viljoen.
Controversial of Du Plessis
Faf Duplessis was claimed 2 times in ball tempering. First, it was the tour with Pakistan, and second, he was caught while the Australia cricket team tour.