De Villiers, an explosive batsman, introduced his retirement from all types of worldwide cricket in May 2018 however of late there have been talks of an imminent return within the nationwide workforce.
“The desire is there from my side to play for South Africa and (I) have been asked by Cricket South Africa to lead the Proteas again,” the 36-year-old De Villiers, who performed 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 T20s, stated throughout Star Sports present ‘Cricket Connected’.
But the previous captain stated that he’ll solely make a comeback if he feels that he’s ok to play on the worldwide degree regardless that he has been an everyday on franchise circuit.
“The most important thing to me is that I have got to be in top form and I have got to be better than the player next to me. If I feel I deserve my spot in the side, it becomes much easier for me to feel that I should be part of the playing XI,” he stated.
“I have not been part of the Proteas for a while and I feel that it’s important for myself and for other people to see that I am still good enough to be there,” he stated.
South Africa coach Mark Boucher had earlier stated that De Villiers could be thought of within the nationwide workforce for the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia provided that he exhibits good kind and proves himself to be the “best man for the job”.
But in wake of COVID-19, De Villiers continues to be unsure when the subsequent spherical of cricket will probably be performed. “However, with the virus going around, I don’t know what’s going to happen with the schedule,” he signed off.
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