Former South African captain AB de Villiers is expected to appear in his new role in the IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the future.
De Villiers, one of the greatest batsmen of our time, said goodbye to cricket in November last year. “I am convinced that my role in South African cricket and the RCB will definitely change,” he said in an interview with Times Live. “I don’t know about the future, but I’ll see when the time comes,” he said.
De Villiers, who scored 20017 runs in international cricket, holds the record for the fastest half-century, century and 150 runs in ODI cricket. He has scored 4491 runs in 156 games for RCB.
When I look back in the future, I find that the lives of some players have changed dramatically. That is my focus and I don’t know if it will be commercial or temporary. When the time comes, it will be decided. He said .
De Villiers said it was “very challenging” to play in the midst of last year’s Corona epidemic. “Going to the IPL twice, a lot of travel bans, corona checks, flight cancellations or misses.