Quinton De Kock Retirement: South African wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock has suddenly announced his retirement from Test cricket. Everyone is shocked by his decision. De Kock was part of South Africa’s team in the Centurion Test against India. He scored 34 runs in the first innings of this test and 21 runs in the second innings.
Let us tell you that De Kock will continue to play ODI and T20 cricket for South Africa. He made his Test debut in 2014 against Australia. He has also been the captain of the South Africa team in this format. However, he soon left the captaincy after the team’s poor performance.
Cricket South Africa said in its statement, “Wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock has announced his retirement from Test cricket with immediate effect, citing his intention to spend more time with his growing family.”
BREAKING: #Proteas wicket-keeper batsman, Quinton de Kock has announced his retirement from Test cricket with immediate effect, citing his intentions to spend more time with his growing family.
Full statement: https://t.co/Tssys5FJMI pic.twitter.com/kVO8d1e0Ex
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) December 30, 2021
Test career like this
Let us tell you that Dekock played a total of 54 Tests for South Africa. During this he scored 3300 runs at an average of 38.82. In Test cricket, a total of six centuries and 22 half-centuries came out with de Kock’s bat. At the same time, his highest score was 141 runs.
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