AB de Villiers Retirement: Kohli wrote – I love you, Sam Billings said – Followed these


AB de Villiers Retirement: South African cricketer AB de Villiers, who said goodbye to international cricket in the year 2018, has now announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. That is, he will no longer be seen playing in the IPL as well. Cricket celebrities are constantly tweeting on this decision. These include his fellow player in RCB, Virat Kohli.

Welcoming this decision of de Villiers, Virat Kohli wrote, ‘It is a heartbreaking decision but I know that you have taken this decision in view of yourself and your family.’ Virat Kohli has also written ‘I Love You’ in his tweet, in response to which de Villiers has also written ‘I Love You too Brother’.

England’s young player Sam Billings has written, ‘Best cricket I have ever seen. The ones I’ve always followed. Mr 360 to take the game to the next level on its own

Like Kohli, many cricket personalities have wished de Villiers all the best for the next chapter of his life. Anil Kumble wrote, ‘Wishing you all the best for the second phase of your life, champion. We have enjoyed your explosive batsmanship for years. You had a wonderful career and filled with inspiration. Happy retirement.’

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has also congratulated de Villiers for his retirement.

Shreyas Iyer has written, ‘It is a matter of privilege to have got a chance to play against you. Thank you for giving a lot to cricket. Good luck.’

Mohammad Kaif writes, ‘Captains around the world now relax. The player for whom you could never set the field is now retired. De Villiers took out many new shots, kept searching for gaps in new ways. He was the biggest entertainer of cricket.

Cricket commentator Harsha Bhogle has written, ‘There is no doubt that de Villiers has been one of the most influential players of his generation.’

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