Quinton De Kock is one of the most renowned cricketers in World Cricket. Wicket-keeper Batter from South Africa has been destructive and gave his team many dashing starts. Quinton De Kock has made headlines with his innings in T20s for Mumbai Indians in IPL. He has been feeling the pressure and stress of unrelenting International schedule to play in Tests, ODIs and T20Is. Quinton De Kock has been looking to be available for different T20 leagues like IPL, BBL, CPL all-over the world, in coming years.
Hence, he has decided to retire from ODI Cricket after CWC 2023. Quinton De Kock has been selected as wicket-keeper opener for South Africa aka Proteas in this World Cup. South Africa have been planning to win their first World Cup in India. They have been failing to go past Semi Final stage from 1992. Quinton De Kock, David Miller, Aiden Markaram have been playing in IPL seasons from past decade and hence, South Africa have high hopes on these players to perform in India.
CWC 2023 will start from 15th October and South Africa is playing against Australia as preparation. Quinton De Kock is hoping to get back into superior form in this series. He wants to make this CWC, a memorable one for him and South Africa, as well. Temba Bavuma is going to captain the side and we have to wait and see, how he will take his team forward. Well, many players are going down this route as T20 leagues are paying great amount for 2 months of play. Quinton De Kock might also be looking at fitness concerns to prolong his career, futher.
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