Dean Elgar says that his day one performance, which saw him score 128 in 262 balls, was one of the toughest of his career.
Dean Elgar believes the Proteas are in a steady place going into day two, as they aim for 350-plus in their first innings.
Dean Elgar’s 197-ball century revived South Africa after a stagnant start on day one of the first Test in Dunedin on Wednesday.
Dean Elgar believes Newlands is a wicket which favours the new ball and it will remain so for the rest of the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Dean Elgar’s 129, on day one of the second Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands, has earned our Play of the Day.
Dean Elgar says the Proteas need to adjust to the new conditions in Hobart as they aim for a third-consecutive series victory Down Under.
The Proteas will be guarding against any form of complacency as they prepare for the second Test match in Hobart starting on Saturday.
Our Play of the Day goes to JP Duminy, for his sensational knock at the same ground he made his debut.
The pink-ball preparations step up a notch on Saturday when they take on a Cricket Australia XI in a two-day tour match at the Adelaide Oval.
The Proteas need to deal with unknown conditions as Durban hosts a Test match in August for the first time.
Rilee Rossouw has been ruled out of the Tri-Nation series after injuring his shoulder during the match against Australia on Tuesday evening.
Dean Elgar believes he has conquered a demon by scoring his third Test century, against the West Indies at Port Elizabeth on the first day’s play on Friday.