AB de Villiers Retirement Announcement From All International Cricket
The excellent cricket star Ab de Villiers retirement announcement is certainly bewildering to leave his fans in the shocking state as he is just 34 years having a brightest cricket career. Ab de Villiers has decided to leave all formats from the International level of cricket.
Ab de Villiers retirement announcement
Ab de Villiers took Twitter to announce his retirement news. He has been played 114 test matches, 228 ODIs, and 78 T20 games. He is counted in the most successful batsman of test cricket from South Africa. He is just 34 years and announces his retirement. He has been completed a total of 20,014 runs.
His achievement history has much inside as his 4th position as the most successful test batsman with 8765 at 50.66. Furthermore, he takes 2nd place in ODIs highest runs getting line with 9577 at 53.50. Moreover, he is also on the 2nd position with 1672 at 26.12 in T20 matches. This is not all; instead, he takes in 22 centuries in test cricket, and 25 centuries in ODIs.
Ab de Villiers retirement announcement is given in the following words:
I am announcing retirement from all international cricket types. Instantly I want its effect. I have played 114 test, 228 ODI, 78 T20. Moreover, now I think its over, its time for others to play. I am tired. It was not a simple settlement for me, but I think hard and long about it. At present, I feel the best time for my retirement. I don’t consider it right to leave one format or two instead for me! It is nothing or everything.
I want to say thank all of my coaches, cricket mates who support me every time to become player. Moreover, I am also thankful for my fans from corner to corner of the globe. Everything comes to an end, and I feel it best time to retirement. Ab de Villiers further added. Took off cricket from Dec 2004, Ab de Villiers retires from international cricket of all formats. He has had a bright cricket career.