The former South African International is the seventh highest run scorer in T20I history and is his country's leading run-scorer in the format. He was a regular in the South African side in all three formats, especially in ODIs and T20Is, playing 199 and 81 games respectively.
Despite recently retiring from International cricket, Duminy still has been in great form in T20 cricket. He was the highest run getter at the Global T20 Canada scoring 332 runs in eight innings for the Winnipeg Hawks who were the eventual champions.
Even though he is a T20 veteran, Duminy would be playing his first Caribbean Premier League this season. He was brought in as a replacement for Pakistan all-rounder Imad Wasim.