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AB de Villiers Batsman in South African National Cricket team



Personal information:
AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team
Full name;Abraham Benjamin de Villiers
Born;17 February 1984 (age 36)
Bela-Bela, Limpopo Province, Pretoria, South Africa
Nickname;Mr.360, ABD
Height;1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Batting;Right-handed
Bowling;Right-arm medium
Role;Batsman, wicket-keeper
International information:
AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team
National side;
  • South Africa (2004–2018)
Test debut (cap 296);17 December 2004 v England
Last Test;30 March 2018 v Australia
ODI debut (cap 78);2 February 2005 v England
Last ODI;16 February 2018 v India
ODI shirt no.17
T20I debut (cap 20);24 February 2006 v Australia
Last T20I;29 October 2017 v Bangladesh
T20I shirt no.17
Domestic team information:
AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team
YearsTeam
2003/04;Northern
2004/05–2017/18;Titans
2008–2010;Delhi Daredevils (squad no. 17)
2011–present;Royal Challengers Bangalore (squad no. 17)
2016;Barbados Tridents (squad no. 17)
2018;Tshwane Spartans (squad no. 17)
2019;Rangpur Riders (squad no. 17)
2019;Lahore Qalandars (squad no. 17)
2019;Middlesex (squad no. 17)
2019/20;Brisbane Heat (squad no. 17)
Career statistics:
AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team
CompetitionTestODIT20IFC
Matches;11422878141
Runs scored;8,7659,5771,67210,689
Batting average;50.6653.5026.1249.71
100s/50s;22/4625/530/1025/60
Top score;278*17679*278*
Balls bowled;204192234
Wickets;272
Bowling average;52.0028.8569.00
5 wickets in innings;000
10 wickets in a match;000
Best bowling;2/222/152/49
Catches/stumpings;


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AB de Villiers Bio:

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, Abraham Benjamin de Villiers (born 17 February 1984), commonly known as AB de Villiers, is a former South African cricketer who used to play for the South African national team. South Africa National Cricket team, He is considered one of the best batsmen of the current generation. He holds several batting records, including the world's fastest One-Day International (ODI) 50, 100 and 150, the fastest Test century by a South African and the fastest Twenty20 International (T20 International) by a South African batsman. Contains 50. He also plays for Titans in domestic cricket and Royal Challengers Bangalore in Indian Premier League and Lahore Qalandars in Pakistan Super League.

He began his international career as a wicket keeper/batsman (returning to the role for a few years in mid-career), but has played most times as a batsman. He could bat at different positions in the batting order but mainly in the middle order. 

Famous as one of the most innovative batsmen in the modern game, AB de Villiers is known for many unconventional shots behind the wicket keeper and slip. He made his international debut in a Test match against England since 2004 and first played an ODI in early 2005. 

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, He made his debut in Twenty20 international cricket in 2006. As of 2016, he has scored 8,000 runs in both Test and ODI cricket and a batting average of over fifty in both forms of a game. He is the only batsman in ODI cricket to have completed a trio of 5000+ runs, 50+ average and 100+ strike rate in his career. As of May 2018, from the date of his debut in international cricket, he has scored 20,014 runs in international cricket. Within the same period, he is second behind Kumar Sangakkara.

AB de Villiers captained South Africa in all formats, but left the Test captaincy after injuries and continued in ODIs and T20s as well. However, with the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy and England Series defeats, he also stepped down from the ODI and T20 captaincy. On 23 May 2018, he announced that he was retiring from all forms of international cricket.


AB De Villiers Personal life:

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, Abraham Benjamin de Villiers was born in Warm bad, South Africa, and later described a "truly relaxed lifestyle where everyone knows everyone". He went to high school in Pretoria with teammate Faf du Plessis. He participated in the prestigious Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool. Abby returns home for the weekend. His father was a doctor who played rugby union in his youth, and encouraged his son to play sports; In childhood, AB de Villiers played cricket at his home. His autobiography was published in September 2016.  He has been involved in charity works.

AB De Villiers Cricket Career:

AB De Villiers is a right-handed batsman who has scored over 8,000 runs including 22 centuries and 46 fifties in Tests. He set the record for most Test innings without registration (78), before being dismissed for zero against Bangladesh in November 2008. He held the second-highest individual score by a South African batsman with 278 (not out). 

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, By 2012 he was an occasional wicket-keeper for South Africa, although following the retirement of regular Test keeper Mark Boucher and under his captaincy, he began regularly taking wickets for the national side in Tests, ODIs and T20 matches. He quit wicket-keeping in 2015 and handed the gloves over to Quinton de Kock.

He holds the record for the fastest 50 (16 balls), 100 (31 balls) and 150 (64 balls) by any batsman in an ODI international, and also holds the fastest century and fastest century by a South African in Tests. 50 by South African in T20I. He is a three-time ICC ODI player of the year, winning the award in 2010, 2014 and 2015.

He replaced Graeme Smith for ODI captaincy after the 2011 Cricket World Cup and Test captaincy for England in the South Africa series after Hashim Amla. AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, He stepped down from the Test captaincy in December 2016 due to an elbow injury which kept him out of the team for a long time.

AB De Villers Early career:

AB De Villiers became the second youngest and second fastest South African after Graeme Pollock to reach 1,000 test runs. So far in his Test career, he has batting, bowling and wicket keeping. After a spell in the South Africa U19 squad, he made his debut for the Titans in 2003/4.

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, He made his Test debut as a 20-year-old against England on 16 December 2004 in Port Elizabeth. He made a great batting debut, but dropped the order of the second Test and handed over the wicket-keeping gloves. 

In this match, he made a place in the match, saving half-century from number seven. However, he again found himself at the top of the order for the final Test of the series and played the majority of his Test innings there.

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, Despite a good tour of the Caribbean team, he scored 178 runs to help South Africa win the Test series, his rapid progress on his tour of Australia in 2005 stalled. Despite Shane Warne playing well, he struggled and scored just 152 runs in 6 innings.

He has been used in ODIs in the same manner as Jonty Rhodes, opening the innings, although he currently bats in the middle order. AB De Villiers signed the selectors by scoring his highest one-day score of 92 not out, which included 12 fours and a six in 98 balls against India in the 2006 Winter Series.

AB De Villiers has a reputation as an outstanding fielder, typified by Australia's Simon Katich's diving run in 2006, when he dived to stop the ball and lay flat against the stump facing him, So he threw the ball. AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team,

Struck straight back over his shoulder. This has led people to compare him to Jonty Rhodes, who was one of the finest fielders of his generation. Apart from the wicketkeepers, his fielding positions are 1st and 2nd slip and cover.

(AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team,In 2009, he was nominated for ICC Cricketer of the Year and ICC Test Player of the Year.

On 6 June 2011, then S.A coach Gary Kirsten announced that AB de Villiers would be South Africa's new limited-overs captain. AB De Villiers said, "I am very excited but I am inexperienced. AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, But I have learned a lot from the incredible captain over the last seven years." "It's a big responsibility, but there will be a new look on the side, which is good."

2007 Cricket World Cup in the West Indies Competing in the 2007 Cricket World Cup, AB was in career-best form in ODIs, scoring four 50s during the South Africa vs India / Pakistan (2007) matches.

AB's form was poor with three failures against the Netherlands including Duck in a match early in the tournament, where his team broke various records for batting, [13] although he scored 92 in the first round against Australia.

AB de Villiers Batsman South Africa National Cricket team, He scored his first ODI century on 10 April 2007 in the Super 8 game against the West Indies, scoring 146 runs in just 130 balls, including 5 sixes and 12 fours. He had to bat with a runner for the later stages of his innings and got his shot. Cramps, heat.
He is one of the best players in the World.

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