Dewald Brevis Height, Weight, Family, Girlfriend, Education, Biography

Dewald Brevis Quick Info
height 5 feet 10 inches
weight 69 kg
Date of birth April 29, 2003
Zodiac sign Taurus
friend Lindy Marie

dewald brevis is a South African professional cricketer, who came to prominence in February 2022, when he was named ‘Player of the Series’ in 2022. ICC (International Cricket Council) Under-19 cricket world cup, Despite their valor, South Africa finished 7th in the 16-team tournament. Only Tatenda Taibu of Zimbabwe (who finished 9th in 2002) won the ‘Player of the Series’ award, his team being ranked 7th from South Africa in 2022. Dewald was the tournament’s leading run-scorer with 506 runs (including 2 centuries and 3 half-centuries) at an astonishing average of 84.33 in just 6 games. For good measure, he also took 7 wickets in those 6 matches. For his performance, he was named in the ‘Team of the Tournament’ by both ICC And espncricinfo, In South African domestic cricket, he was signed by Northern in April 2021, before the start of the 2021–22 domestic season.

name at birth

dewald brevis

nick name

Abby 2.0, Baby Abby

Devald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in June 2020
Dewald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in June 2020 (Dewald Brevis / Instagram)

Sun sign


birth place

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa


South Africa


South African


Dewald had attended African Hor SeunschoolA public Afro-medium school for boys in landsport, Pretoria.


professional cricketer

Devald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in November 2020
Devald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in November 2020 (Dewald Brevis / Instagram)


  • father — Jack Brevisa
  • Mother — Yolanda Breviso
  • siblings – Renard Brevis (Older Brother)


right handed


right hand leg brake


batting all-rounder

Jersey number

17 – Youth ODI

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5 feet 10 inches or 178 cm


69 kg or 152 lbs

girlfriend / spouse

Dewald has dated –

  1. Lindy Marie (2019-present)
Dewald Brevis and Lindy Marie as seen in October 2021
Dewald Brevis and Lindy Mari as seen in October 2021 (Dewald Brevis/Instagram)

Caste / Ethnicity


hair color

dark brown

eye color


sexual orientation


special features

  • toned physique
  • short cut hair
  • friendly smile
  • clean shaven look



Devald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in September 2020
Dewald Brevis as seen in an Instagram post in September 2020 (Dewald Brevis / Instagram)

Dewald Brevis Facts

  1. Dewald, at an early stage in his career, drew comparisons with AB de Villiers, who was one of the greatest batsmen South Africa produced and perhaps the most innovative batsman to ever play the game. Like Abby, Dewald’s aggressive strokeplay and ability to push boundaries has earned him the nicknames ‘AB 2.0’ and ‘Baby Abby’.
  2. Dewald has also had the opportunity to meet his idol and gain valuable insights and suggestions from him. He considers de Villiers to be his mentor and sports the number ’17’ on his jersey as a tribute to his hero, who donned the same number in his international career.
  3. Although primarily a top-order batsman, Dewald started bowling enough spells just before the start of 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup, in a series of bilateral youth ODIs against the West Indies in the West Indies. This effort produced better results than expected, as he took 10 wickets in just 3 matches in that series.
  4. His tally of 506 runs (in 6 games) in 2022 ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup A new record was set for the most runs scored in a single edition of the tournament, by just one run, the 505-run mark scored by India’s Shikhar Dhawan in 2004. He also hit 18 sixes in the tournament. , setting another new record, breaking Englishman Jack Burnham’s 2016 record of 15 sixes.
  5. Dewald’s scores in the tournament were 65, 104, 96, 97, 6 and 138, which meant that he had crossed the 50-run mark in 5 of the 6 matches he played. Thus, he holds the tournament record for most 50+ scores in a single edition of the tournament along with Yashasvi Jaiswal of India (6 games in 2020), Sarfaraz Khan of India (6 games in 2016) and Brett Williams of Australia. 9 games in 1988).
  6. His knock of 138 against Bangladesh in the 7th place playoff match, South Africa’s final match of the tournament, helped the team successfully chase down a massive target of 294 runs. It was the second highest score to chase in the history of the tournament, just after New Zealand’s overhaul of a target of 305 against Ireland in the 2006 edition of the tournament.

Featured image by Dewald Brevis/Instagram