South African wicket-keeper batsman Quinton de Kock has made a big announcement. Actually, Quinton de Kock will say goodbye to the ODI format after the World Cup. South Africa announced their team for the World Cup on Tuesday. Quinton de Kock got a spot on that team, but after that the wicket-keeper-batsman dealt a serious blow to the South African Cricket Board with his decision.
The World Cup is to be held on Indian soil. The first game of this tournament will be played on October 5th. While the final game of the World Cup will be played on November 19 at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. South Africa has announced its team for this tournament. But after the South African team was announced, Quinton de Kock made an important decision. Quinton de Kock will no longer play in the ODI format after the World Cup.
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Looking at Quinton de Kock’s ODI career, this player has represented South Africa in 140 games. In addition, Quinton de Kock has made 54 Tests and 80 T20 appearances for South Africa. Quinton de Kock scored 5,966 runs in 140 ODIs. The average of Quinton de Kock is 44.86 and the hit rate is 96.09. In addition, Quinton de Kock set 17 centuries to music in the ODI format. In addition, Quinton de Kock has surpassed the 50-run mark 29 times.