South Africa batting star AB de Villiers announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket with immediate effect.
The South African star cricketer took to social media to make the announcement on Wednesday.
AB de Villiers announced the decision via a video message on his Twitter handle. “I’ve made a big decision today,” De Villiers tweet read.
“Hi, this is the Tux cricket club. The high-performance centre in Pretoria where 14 seasons ago I arrived as a nervous youngster when I was first called into the Proteas squad. Today at the same place, I want to let you know that I have decided to retire from all international cricket with immediate effect,” De Villiers said in a video message.
AB de Villiers, who made his international debut in 2004 against England at Port Elizabeth, represented South Africa in 114 Tests, 228 ODIs and 78 T20Is.
The right-hander has 8765 Tests, 9577 ODIs and 1672 T20Is runs to his name.>