AB de Villiers, who retired earlier this year from international cricket, will return to action as he will lead Tshwane Spartans in the opening edition of Mzansi Super League.
While there has been speculation since retirement, he will have more cricket. However, he has dispelled all the reports available for the T20 franchise tournaments around the world. In addition, his response to Tshwane Spartans will be a return to competitive cricket from the beginning of his retirement.
AB de Villiers will lead the Spartans to launch the high-level tournament. He has enough experience as a captain and a player. South Africa brought 124 times in international cricket in addition to playing in the IPL since 2008.
"I am trying to lead from the front and rely on the experience I have taken through the years " he said. "I believe that I am a decent manager when I talk about understanding the strengths and weaknesses of the players. I look forward to this. This is an exciting challenge, and I'm ready to do this, "Added De Villiers.
In addition, AB de Villiers expressed the joy of participating in the franchise league of his country.
"I think this will be a great game and I look forward to it, " de Villiers said. "The quality of cricket in Mzansi Super League will be good. It is very exciting, I am very pleased that I am finally part of the tournament, which I believe will help South African cricket and give young people an amazing exposure to playing with some of the world's stars, "He concluded.
Tshwane Spartans will launch a campaign against Cape Town Blitz on November 16th (Friday).