South Africa’s strong hitter wicket-keeper retired from test cricket, due to this decision being made

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Quinton de Kock retires from test cricket

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  • South African wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock retires from test cricket
  • Dekock was part of the South African team in the first match of the Test series against India.
  • Quinton de Kock participated in 54 test matches for South Africa

South African wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock has surprised everyone by announcing his retirement from test cricket. During the test series against India, De Kock has surprised everyone with this sudden decision. De Kock was part of the South African team in the first match of the Test series against India. De Kock contributed 34 runs in the first inning and 21 runs in the second inning during the Centurion Test.

The South African Cricket Board has said about their decision that De Kock has made this announcement to spend more time with the family. De Kock was quoted by the South African Cricket Board as saying this is not a decision he came easily to. It took me a long time to think about what my future would be like and what should be the priority in my life now. De Kock further said that Sasha and I are about to welcome our first child into this world and we look forward to bringing our family ahead of him. He said my family is everything to me and I look forward to spending time with him during this exciting new chapter of my life. “

Let us tell you that De Kock, who made his test debut against Australia in 2014, played a total of 54 tests for South Africa. During this, the wicket-keeper batsman scored 3,300 runs with an average of 38.82. In which a total of six centuries and 22 half centuries are included. At the same time, his highest score was 141 races during this period.

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