Graeme Craig Smith (born 1 February 1981 in Johannesburg) is a South African cricketer, and the current captain of the South African cricket team, having succeeded Shaun Pollock after the 2003 Cricket World Cup. A tall, left-handed opening batsman, on the 2003 South African tour of England he made double centuries in consecutive Test matches: 277 at Edgbaston, and 259 at Lord\s. The 277 is the highest individual innings ever made for South Africa, and the 259 is the highest score ever made at Lord\s by a foreign player. Known for the success of his opening partnership with Herschelle Gibbs, South Africa\s most prolific ever opening partnership, Smith has the distinction of having been part of all four of South Africa\s opening partnerships of over 300 runs: in three of them he was partnered by Gibbs, and in 2008 Smith added 415 for the first wicket with Neil McKenzie against
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