AB de Villiers likely to return to international cricket
The good news for cricket fans is that AB de Villiers is likely to return to international cricket.
Cricket South Africa Director General Graeme Smith has hinted that AB de Villiers could be included in the T20 series against the West Indies, according to the Kirk Tracker website. Cricket fans listened to the announcement of dates.
Graeme Smith said that the return of other players like AB de Villiers, Imran Tahir and Chris Morris to the team could strengthen the T20 line-up team, fans told AB during the T20 series against West Indies See you in action again.
Last month, South Africa head coach Mark Boucher also hinted at AB’s return to South Africa in the scheduled T20 World Cup, with Boucher saying that AB de Villiers would play for South Africa again. It would be a good idea, I would discuss the matter with the aggressive batsman myself.
The Caribbean Cricket Podcast, on the other hand, shared when he tweeted, “Cricket South Africa director Graeme Smith today confirmed that South Africa will play the West Indies in June for two Tests and five Twenty20 matches in June.” Will visit
It may be recalled that South African captain AB de Villiers announced his retirement from world cricket in the year 2118. The world famous cricketer AB de Villiers shared all the details in a video message on the social networking website Twitter. He had announced his retirement from world cricket.
AB de Villiers said in a video message: “It was very difficult for me to decide to retire from cricket. After much deliberation, I came to the conclusion that I should retire now. it’s time’.
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World-renowned batsman and South African captain AB de Villiers has represented South Africa in 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 T20I matches during his cricketing career. Has averaged over 50 runs in matches.
AB de Villiers broke the record of Kiwi batsman Andreessen who completed a century off 35 balls by scoring the fastest century off 31 balls in a one-day cricket match.