The right-handed batter was born on 14 August 2000 in South Africa and is primarily known for his power-hitting in the lower middle order.
Tristan Stubbs is a young and upcoming South African cricketer. The right-handed batter was born on 14 August 2000 in South Africa and is primarily known for his power-hitting in the lower middle order. Stubbs went to Grey High School for Boys in Ggeberha, where he led a formidable side that included South Africa Under-19 World Cup cricketers Luke Beaufort and Tian van Vuuren in the year 2018. Tristan started playing cricket professionally at a young age, Stubbs made his debut in domestic T20 cricket on 21 February 2021 playing with the Warrior’s domestic team.
Stubbs played only 8 First Class games so far in which he has scored 465 runs with 2 centuries and 1 half-century. On the back of some brilliant performances he was selected for the South African international cricket T20 team in the month of May 2022, he made his debut on 9 June 2022 against India. Stubbs made his List A cricket debut on 16 February 2022, playing against the KZN-Inland team and continued with his brilliant run of form. If we talk about his international cricket career then he has only got a chance to play T20I cricket, the youngster will be eager a chance to showcase his skills in the ODI and Test format.
He was selected in the Indian Premier League as a replacement player in the year 2022, and he was included in the Mumbai Indians team in the 2022 Indian Premier League as a replacement for Tymal Mills for a sum of 20 Lakhs. In 2022, he was retained by the Mumbai Indians and you will see in blue on gold in 2023 once again. Stubbs has impressed a lot from the time he made his debut, he has gone on to sign a contract with the Manchester Originals in the Hundred. The hard-hitting middle-order batter was picked up by the Sunrisers Eastern Caper for a whopping sum of 4.3 crores, in the SA20 draft.
Tristan Stubbs is currently single.
No, he doesn’t have any children.
Tristan Stubbs is currently single, according to reports he wants to focus on his cricketing career at the moment and try to cement his sport in the South African National team in all 3 formats. The 21-year-old has a long way to go, he wants to take one step at a time and doesn’t want any distractions in his career.