As now, everyone is waiting to return of international cricket again after corona virus. Now International cricket is retuned from July 08 where England will play a three match test series against West Indies at their home.
Now cricket fans also want that the IPL will also take place this year and BCCI is also looking for September October window for the Indian Premier league.
South African star player AB De Villiers picks his all time IPL XI during Cricbuzz conversation with Harsha Bhogle. He picks himself in the XI while MS Dhoni to lead his IPL XI
“A lot happened over the last 5 years. Those were confusing times where my heart and mind were in different places. I’ve asked myself those questions (on retirement u-turn) quite a lot of time. Made the decision to retire at a time where I really needed to get away and I got a lot of criticism for picking and choosing series,” De Villiers told Harsha during Cricbuzz conversation.
“In the back of my mind, I knew that I am still going to play cricket. After a good IPL or two and the Big Bash League, thoughts about playing in the T20 World Cup came to my mind,” he said speaking about a potential return to international cricket.
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“Boucher started the conversation with me about a possible comeback. I am not the kind of guy who’d say, ‘look, I am back and available'”. I told him to let’s see where we go with this. Yes, it’s confusing but things have changed in the last 3-4 years. I am still healthy and feel I can hit the ball. If that changes, I am certainly not available for anything. But for now, let’s see what happens in the next few games I play,” the iconic batsman asserted.
“I’ve to assess my situation every single day and see where I’m at. I just want to get back to a cricket field. Hopefully, the IPL happens this year. I just want to get going, after which I will reassess and I will have a look at where I’m at – with regards to my body, family and hunger, all of these things play a big role,” he further said.
AB De Villiers’ all-time IPL XI:
Virender Sehwag, Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli, Williamson/Smith/De Villiers, Ben Stokes, MS Dhoni (c), Ravindra Jadeja, Rashid Khan, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Kagiso Rabada, Jasprit Bumrah