AB de Villiers, a former great batsman of the South Africa Cricket Team and popularly known as ‘Mr 360’, is counted among those batsmen in the world of cricket, who made his explosive batting during his international career. He made the world crazy about himself. Because of his powerful stroke play and attacking style, he
Considered one of the best batsmen in the world. He had recently retired from all formats of international cricket. But, he himself has indicated that he may join the ‘Royal Challengers Bangalore’ team in the IPL T20 tournament. Yes, not as a player but as a coaching staff.
According to AB de Villiers, maybe in the coming days, he can also play some big responsibility for South Africa Cricket. He said that he has been grooming young talent for the last few years and wants to make a big difference in the lives of the players.
De Villiers told the ‘Sunday Times’, “I still believe that I should have some responsibility in South Africa Cricket and in the IPL with Royal Challengers Bengaluru (RCB). I don’t know what will happen next. But, I will look into it. For the past few years, I have been taking care of some young players and giving advice related to cricket. For now, this is what I am concerned about. I don’t know whether this work will be professional or accidental for me. Let’s see how far the matter progresses.
AB de Villiers, the former captain of the South Africa cricket team, also gave his opinion on the challenges of playing cricket during the transition of the Corona epidemic. He said that because of this the game has definitely been affected. AB de Villiers said, “I found myself in a situation where it was becoming difficult for the team to score runs and perform well because of Corona. And that’s where I had to make a decision on my retreat. I have always played cricket to enjoy. And when I was not able to enjoy the game, I took the decision of retirement.
– Vinay Kumar