AB de Villiers made a big announcement about the future

AB de Villiers, the former captain of the South Africa cricket team, has retired from international cricket in the year 2018. De Villiers has scored a total of 20,014 runs in all formats for South Africa at international level. Not only this, but he also holds the record for making the fastest fifty.

Along with this, AB de Villiers has also scored 4522 runs in 157 matches for his IPL franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore. At the same time, de Villiers has retired from all forms of cricket in the month of November last year. However, in such a situation, now he has made a big deal about his future.

What is de Villiers’ future plan?

AB de Villiers Said that he has no idea what the future has in store for him, but he has confirmed that South Africa will play a very important role for the cricket team and RCB in the times to come. According to Times Live, he said that

“I still believe that I have a role to play for Royal Challengers Bangalore in South Africa cricket and the IPL. I don’t know what will happen next, but I will take it one day at a time and see what happens.”

De Villiers said this big thing about youngsters

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Former South African legend AB de Villiers said about the young cricketers that

“For the past few years, I have been mentoring young people of certain potential. Nobody knows about this and hopefully one day in the future I will look back and see that I have made a big difference in the lives of some players. For now my focus is on it and I don’t know if it will be professional or just casual.”

De Villiers revealed the problems caused by Corona in IPL

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AB de Villiers used to play for RCB in the IPL, and almost every time his team was in trouble, he used to win matches by pulling his team out of trouble. AB also told that he had got corona at some point and he was also ill for 10 to 12 days, but luckily he recovered from this disease quickly. In such a situation, AB said about the problems in IPL due to Kovid that,

“We had to face a lot of travel restrictions to go to IPL twice last year, frequent tests for COVID-19, many flights getting canceled or missed, as well as the lack of school facilities for the kids. Organizing was also quite challenging. I have taken the decision over the years that I will no longer travel without my kids and have made it more complicated due to the 2 phase IPL due to Kovid. Perhaps the biggest challenge at that time was to stay smart, motivated and energized.”