South African legend AB de Villiers wanted to break his retirement and return to the one-day World Cup in England in 2019, but that was not possible at the time. DeVilliers was then expected to appear at the Twenty20 World Cup on Australian soil later this year, prompted by South African head coach Mark Boucher. Many thought ABD would return to international cricket in the South African jersey. But now, the Corona virus poured water into that dream.
At the moment, the Corona virus has been affected so much that all kinds of sports, especially cricket, are completely shut down. And in this case, many people think that this year's Twenty20 World Cup may be postponed, that is, the T20 World Cup is likely to be held next year, not this year. And in this regard, De Villiers said that I was ready for the Twenty20 World Cup this year but no one knows for sure what my condition will be next year. Also, de Villiers has said that the situation that the world goes through in the next six months is now clear from the words of the de Villiers, that the de Villiers' international cricket is getting harder and harder.
Meanwhile, De Villiers said that I had started preparing for the World Cup this year by talking to South Africa cricket head coach Mark Boucher. But if the World Cup is too late this year, then there is enough doubt about whether I can stay fit. That is why I do not want to make any commitment to my national team.
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