Story: Do You Have Any Excuse for Failing to Succeed? Meet The Blind Commentator


He was born with tumors on both of his retinas, so he was only meant to be alive for three to maximum five months — but he is 35, and doing the cricket commentating even better.

Dean du Plessis does the magic with his ears; as players drag their feet across the pitch or as the bat cracks as it slams into a ball.

“Obviously having followed the game for just over 20 years and having commentated for 10 going on 11 years, you get to understand, and you get to know which player does what and that’s pretty much how I know what’s going on out there.”

Do you have any excuse for your failures and unnecessary blame games…especially if you have such no disability like his? Watch the video (courtesy YouTube) below:

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