Following his excellent debut on Tuesday, AB de Villiers failed to get going on Friday when the Brisbane Heat were trounced by 10 wickets by the Adelaide Strikers in their Big Bash encounter at the Adelaide Oval.
AB de Villiers feels the crowds around England are generally more knowledgeable about the game of cricket than in most parts of the world, ‘including South Africa’.
AB de Villiers’ statement to clear the air over controversial World Cup allegations may serve as a reminder about the perils of jumping to conclusions, but there are still questions to be answered, writes CRAIG LEWIS.
AB de Villiers says he will only reveal the ‘deeper reason’ behind his retirement when he is 50.
According to reports in Australia, AB de Villiers has pulled out of potentially playing in the 2019-2020 Big Bash League season.
AB de Villiers and Virat Kohli signed off the season with a heartfelt message to the Royal Challengers Bangalore fans.
AB de Villiers hit a one-handed six on his way to 82 in the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s clash against the Kings XI Punjab on Wednesday.
Proteas skipper Faf du Plessis pulled off a spectacular catch at the boundary to dismiss his countryman and former Proteas skipper AB de Villiers.
AB de Villiers expressed his excitement about Dale Steyn’s move to the Royal Challengers Bangalore.
After smashing Royal Challengers Bangalore to a first win seven games into their IPL campaign, AB de Villiers expressed his desire to be an inspiration to the South African youth.
AB de Villiers says that ‘money was not the motivating factor’ for his retirement from international cricket.
AB de Villiers will miss the Pakistan leg of the Pakistan Super League for Lahore Qalandars due to a back injury.
SA Cricket magazine editor Simon Lewis and features writer Alasdair Fraser talk about the start of the Mzansi Super League, AB’s return to competitive cricket, and New Zealand’s thrilling four-run win over Pakistan.
AB de Villiers speaks to the press after his return to competitive cricket with a devastating innings of 59 off 30 balls in the opening match of the Mzansi Super League.
AB de Villiers’ Tshwane Spartans are coming to town … and they’re going to stamp out the Cape Town Blitz’s fire as they rain sixes into the crowd on Friday night, writes SIMON LEWIS.