Quinton de Kock to retire from One Day Internationals after World Cup

Quinton de Kock (Image Credit:- Twitter)

South African wicket keeper batter Quinton de Kock will retire from ODI after ICC cricket world cup which is scheduled to held in India from October 5th to November 19th. Quinton de Kock who had already retired from test cricket in December 2021 will be available to play T20I for South Africa.

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In his ODI career he scored 5966 runs from 140 matches including 17 hundreds and 29 fifties with average of 44.86. His career best of 178 came against Australia at centurion in 2016. Behind the stumps he took 184 catches and done 14 stumpings.

“We understand his decision to step back from ODI cricket and we want to thank him for his service over the years,” South Africa’s director of cricket Enoch Nkwe said. “We wish him well for the future but still look forward to seeing him represent the Proteas in T20 cricket.


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