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A tall, left-handed opening batsman, on the 2003 South African tour of England he made double centuries in consecutive Test matches: 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 Mc Kenzie against Bangladesh, a world record opening partnership.
On 3 March 2014, during the third Test against Australia, he announced his retirement from international cricket.
He currently plays for the Cape Cobras but due to his international commitments, his appearances for them have been limited, his last game for them being in 2010.
He has also played for other teams in South Africa including United Cricket Board of South Africa Invitation XI and Western Province Boland.
He has also played county cricket for Somerset in the 2005 English cricket season, captaining the club for part of the 2005 season, and he scored a century in a tour match against the Australians in preparation for the 2005 Ashes series.
He appeared in his 100th Test against England on 19 July 2012.
Lanfranchi has two sons, aged eight and six, with her late husband, Michel Lanfranchi, who died of a brain haemorrhage in August 2013.
Smith played 117 Tests, 197 ODIs and 33 T20I for South Africa before retiring in March 2014.
He captained his 100th career Test match on 1 February 2013, against Pakistan, on his 32nd Birthday.
He scored one fifty in the test matches, but scored five half-centuries in the one dayers.