AB de Villiers Rules Out Return to Top-Level Cricket After Undergoing Eye Surgery

“I can’t play cricket anymore.” Former South African player AB De Villiers recently underwent eye surgery. AB De Villiers broke many hearts when he announced he would not be coming back after he retired from cricket. De Villiers retired from international cricket in 2019 and played only T20 leagues after that.

However, In 2021 De Villiers announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. And he did not Play Royal Challengers Bangalore in IPL 2022. Fans have urged Ab De Villers to reconsider his call, return to the field, and play cricket again.

But Ab De Villiers confirmed on Monday that he has no such plan to come back to cricket. However, Ab De Villiers said on his Twitter account that he will go to Bengaluru during IPL 2023, thanks to all his Bengaluru fans who support him in IPL matches.

AB De Villers is a South African right-handed Batsman. He is very famous for his ability to perform anywhere on the ground. AB DE Villiers is also famous as the MR 360-degree batsman. He last played for Royal Challenger Banglore in 2021. 

He is also a top-class fielder, wicketkeeper, and the match finisher on the ground. He played 184 matches and scored 5162 runs in IPL. During his IPL career, he scored 3 centuries and 40 half-centuries. Ab is one of the most intelligent batsmen in the modern era. 

He made the fastest record half-century in 16 balls and century in 31 balls of all time in one day international. He is the first South African player to hold the fastest 100 in a test. Furthermore, he received an offer from the legends league but refused it due to his eye surgery. 

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