Yes. Some rotate in the other direction, some are wobbly, some spin fast, etc. But all planets rotate on their axis.
All the planets in our solar system spin, but we know hardly anything about the planets in others solar systems, so there’s a possibility it’s even relatively common.
Our Moon does not spin on its own axis, because it is locked to facing the Earth. I see no reason why a planet might not be locked to its sun.
Also, it seem to me, it might be possible for two planets to be in the same relationships that the Earth and Moon are.
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