South Africa's right-arm medium-pace bowler wears jersey number 29 for his national team. Pretorius has earned 341 caps playing tests, 119 caps playing ODI and 71 caps playing T20I for his national team. He also has appeared in different cricket leagues based in other world regions.
Dwaine Pretorius was born on March 29, 1989, on Randfontein, Transvaal Province, South Africa. Mr. Pretorius was studied at a South African school as he was raised in South Africa. Information regarding his university education is not available.
His father and mother both hold South African nationality, but Dwaine has not revealed their profession and name yet. Dwaine has not indicated if he has got any siblings.
Talking about Pretoriu's height, he is rather tall. He measures 5 feet and 11 inches and weighs 73 kgs. He enjoys being in shape, and as an athlete, he must maintain his health. His eyes are a bright black color, and his hair is blonde.
Thirty-three years old South African cricketer is married to beautician Zilma Pretorius. His wife, Zilma Pretorius, has her beauty salon based in South Africa. She earns an acceptable amount of money from her beauty salon. Her business major focuses on Laser Hair Removal.
Zilma and Dwaine are also proud parents of their child Halnu Pretorius. They only have a single child as of now. Dwaine often shares his wife's pictures on his Instagram account.
South African balling all-rounder Dwaine Pretorius makes an adequate amount of money from cricket. His net worth is approximately $4M. His monthly salary is $75,000, last updated in 2022. He also gets $4,500, $1,200 and $800 as a match for Test, ODI and T20I, respectively, as per sportekz.
Dwaine is recently picked by the IPL team Chennai Super Kings for a whopping 50 Lakh INR. He also makes a reasonable amount of funds from brand endorsements. Pretorius has his own home, automobiles, and much more luxurious.
On September 25, 2016, Pretorius began playing for South Africa against Ireland in a One-Day International, taking one for 19 with the ball and not having to bat in South Africa's 206-run victory. After Chris Morris sustained a knee injury, Pretorius was selected to South Africa's One Day International team for their series against Australia in September 2016.
Pretorius earned his first five-wicket haul in T20Is on February 13, 2021, during a series against Pakistan. These were also South Africa's most excellent bowling stats in a T20I match. Pretorius was picked to South Africa's team for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup in September 2021.
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