French captain Antoine Dupont has revealed that he could represent his country at the home Olympics in the men’s rugby sevens tournament in Paris in 2024. Antoine Dupont has spent his entire career in the country and currently represents both the national team and Toulouse. He is the all-time leading scorer in the Rugby World Cup with 15 goals and is regarded as one of the best rugby players in the international leagues since the 1995 World Cup, but unfortunately, he has never won a World Cup in his career.
Dupont also shone in the Six Nations for France, recording more than twice as many clean breaks and lost defensemen as any other scrum-half in the tournament. Given his attempt against England, Dupont’s rising fame, his undoubted world-class talent, and matchmaking ability make a lot of sense as a winner. Dupont is a marvel, and his place in this team is deserved, even though he may have been better in the league last year when France was second behind Wales.
Antoine Dupont helped his country win the Six Nations Championship for the first time in 12 years after beating England 25-13 in the Six Nations final at the Stade de France on Saturday. If next year’s Rugby World Cup started this week, France would be the favourites and still be looking for a big boost. They have risen to second place in the world rankings behind South Africa and recently beat rugby’s old counter, the All Blacks. Timing is everything in an elite sport, and depending on your point of view, the impressive French rugby team timed the French race for the 2023 Rugby World Cup (RWC) flawlessly at home or peaked too soon.
Wales Two Six Nations games against France since Pivak took over from Warren Gatland have resulted in agonising defeats for Wales. England was a little lucky that Scotland and Wales lost on the final day of play, thus saving England from the humiliation of a second consecutive bottom half finish. Still, they could not escape the often chaotic battle to collapse, the force of the attacking French, or the tremendous French defence’s solid composure.
During an interview, Antoine Dupont shared how great it is to be named “The Best Player in the World” by Rugby World magazine. The rugby world has named Antoine Dupont the world’s best player for his consistent performance. With the World Cup taking place in 2023, they hope the brilliant skills of Toulouse midfielder Antoine Dupont will only get better. Antoine Dupont became the first French player to be named Six Nations Player of the Year in 2020 after New Zealand midfielder Aaron Smith claimed on Twitter that Aaron Smith was The best player on the planet.