It looks like Mr 360 is backing the enthralling Test series between India and England.
De Villiers in the meantime
South African superstar AB de Villiers is relishing in his time away from cricket since he has bid farewell to International Cricket on 23 May 2018, from all formats of cricket stating that he is “tired” and “running out of gas”. His choice of leaving cricket has shattered everyone especially his die-hard fans who wanted de Villiers to come back because he was playing fantastic cricket and had just returned from an enthusiastic IPL season.
Meantime, the most admired batsman of all time has come up with a message for the upcoming cricket aspirants, advising to tune in to Supersport apart from the situation that toss has been delayed due to rain.
The second game was planned to begin at the Home of Cricket today, but due to cloudy weather and continuous spraying of rain, the match was delayed.
Supersport which is airing the test series, meanwhile came up with the idea to televise a perceptive program. Nonetheless, AB de Villiers considered of notifying his followers about the running program thinking that it might be helpful for the aspiring young cricketers.
What De Villiers said:
— AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) August 9, 2018
A Look at AB’s Career
Mr 360 has made his Test debut in 2004 against England; his ODI debut was too against England in 2005 and his T20 appearance in 2006. AB de Villiers has played a total of 420 matches across all formats for the Proteas. He has scored more than 20, 000 runs, with 22 tests and 25 ODI centuries. AB has proved himself as the most destructive and brutal batsman for many high excellence bowlers. He also holds the record for the fastest ODI half-century, century and 150. AB also equaled Rohit Sharma’s record for maximum sixes by a batsman in single innings.
Though he won’t be playing international cricket, he is determined to play domestic cricket for Titans and league cricket for RCB in IPL. He might decide to appear for Big Bash in Australia. Cricket Leagues running in many other nations also have their eyes on convincing AB to play for them.
Furthermore, De Villiers will be available as a guide for youngsters and women cricket South Africa with the focus on refining their talents.