Former Proteas fast bowler Dale Steyn says he will always be involved in the game.
Steyn was speaking to Ryan O’Connor while driving the Mercedes-Benz GLS580 for CAR magazine.
The 38-year-old lives in Kommetjie, a small town near Cape Town, close to the beach and surfs almost every day. He also has a passion for fishing.
Steyn has stayed involved in cricket by doing TV commentating during last year’s T20 World Cup and the recent Proteas-India series.
“I’ve just come out of the dressing room, which is what I think is something everyone wants to hear about,” said Steyn. “They want to know, what are the guys thinking? What is the talk in the dressing room? What are they experiencing in bubble life? A lot of the commentators from the past haven’t had those experiences. So, it’s a fresh new way and quite nice.”
Steyn has also been appointed pace bowling coach of the Sunrisers Hyderabad.
“I’ve got a coaching gig in the IPL, so that’s great,” he said. “That’s for three years, if I do any good!
“The IPL always has the best players in the world, which makes your job easy, like if you’re working with KG Rabada.”