Former South Africa cricketer AB de Villiers just lately underwent eye surgical procedure and it has ended his hopes of returning to high stage cricket. He introduced his retirement from worldwide cricket in Might 2018 and regardless of lots of speculations round his return, the person has by no means returned to play for South Africa.
De Villiers continued to play for the Royal Challengers Bangalore within the Indian Premier League (IPL). Nevertheless, he introduced his retirement from all types of the sport in November final 12 months. This time there have been no possibilities of him returning to the game however the latest eye surgical procedure has ended any slim hopes of the identical.
Coming again to AB de Villiers not making a comeback to the highest stage sport once more, the person revealed it on Twitter reside. He acknowledged that he underwent the surgical procedure resulting from retinal eye detachment whereas additionally confirming that there are not any possibilities of him making a comeback to play the game once more.
De Villiers to return to Chinnaswamy stadium to thank RCB followers
Throughout the identical session, AB de Villiers confirmed that he’ll return to the Chinnaswamy stadium subsequent 12 months however not within the taking part in capability. He needs to thank the RCB followers for his or her help throughout his IPL profession. “I’ll return to Chinnaswamy subsequent 12 months, not for taking part in however to thank all of the followers for the help over a decade,” De Villiers stated.
The 38-year-old is among the high gamers within the historical past of IPL having featured in 184 matches within the T20 extravaganza. He scored 5162 runs at an impeccable common of 39.7 and a strike-rate of 151.7. De Villiers performed lots of match-winning knocks for RCB and South Africa as effectively and can stay among the finest gamers the world cricket has ever witnessed.
He performed 114 Assessments, 228 ODIs and 78 T20Is for South Africa scoring greater than 18 thousand runs in his worldwide profession.