AB de Villiers Might Take a Last Call on his Retirement in January – Reports
Former South African batsman said AB de Villiers might take the last call on his retirement in January. It is reported by a sports editor of Sports Tak, Vikrant Gupta while talking on his show. Vikrant said he met AB de Villiers recently and he said he could take a final call on his retirement. Thus, AB de Villiers might play the next year World Cup for South Africa.
Meanwhile, de Villiers had surprisingly called it time on his International career in May. The talisman Proteas batsman had claimed that he was tired and wanted to spend more time with his family. However, AB de Villiers had confirmed he will continue to play for his domestic team Titans.
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Furthermore, AB de Villiers had also confirmed that he will continue to play in different T20 leagues across the globe. de Villiers will also play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in the Indian Premier League.
Moreover, he has also confirmed his availability for the Pakistan Super League for the next season. He is also going to be a marquee player in the forthcoming Mzansi Super League of South Africa.
If de Villiers decides to return back to action, then it would be a great news for South African cricket as well as his fans. In fact, he had also taken a sabbatical from Test cricket and had returned to action for the series against India and Australia.
Meanwhile, this would not be the first time when a player would be returning back to action after announcing his retirement. Shahid Afridi and Lionel Messi are one of the examples of the same who have come back from retirement to resume their International career.
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Here is the video in which Vikrant Gupta reveals the Interesting news about AB de Villiers: