AB de Villiers

 
Sri Lanka’s Lions lack bite of yore
Sri Lanka’s Lions lack bite of yore
In preparation for the 2011 World Cup, cohosted with India and Bangladesh, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) decided to import 6 000 chairs that it could...
KG: ‘I’m obsessed with winning’
KG: ‘I’m obsessed with winning’
What would the ideal next 24 months look like for Kagiso Rabada?
Rabada bowls Proteas to PE win
Rabada bowls Proteas to PE win
The Proteas beat Australia by 6 wickets in Port Elizabeth on Monday in what was the spiciest of Test matches.
South Africa rest stars for T20 internationals
South Africa rest stars for T20 internationals
Most of South Africa’s Test players will sit out a three-match Twenty20 international series against India, starting at the Wanderers Stadium on...
Risk-taker Faf sees gambles pay off
Risk-taker Faf sees gambles pay off
The Proteas and captain Faf du Plessis took a number of risks in the first Test against India that, somehow, resulted in a victory for the...
AB de Villiers takes a small step to the next big thing
AB de Villiers takes a small step to the next big thing
AB de Villiers may have seen today’s crunch, must-win fixture against the West Indies looming because he was eager at the beginning of the week to...
New dawn follows Proteas' golden age
New dawn follows Proteas' golden age
Three years is a long time in any sport – it can encompass an entire career – so for South Africa’s Test team to have remained the top-ranked...
Wilted Proteas ready to rise again
Wilted Proteas ready to rise again
Captaincy in sport, especially cricket, is often treated with overblown reverence. Hashim Amla’s decision to hand the Test leadership to AB de...
A litmus Test for five-day cricket
A litmus Test for five-day cricket
A full tour of India remains the most exotic of challenges for every other Test-playing nation – or at least the cricketers from Australia, England...
Win over UAE ensures Proteas gain quarter-final spot
Win over UAE ensures Proteas gain quarter-final spot
South Africa's bowlers backed up a solid batting performance led by captain AB de Villiers's 99 to ensure they qualified for the knockout phase of...
Proteas crumbling under Pakistan pressure raises old doubts
Proteas crumbling under Pakistan pressure raises old doubts
South Africa's failure to chase down an opposition total for the second time in the cricket World Cup on Saturday has resurrected old doubts about...
Amla's 159 takes Proteas to victory over Ireland
Amla's 159 takes Proteas to victory over Ireland
South Africa got one foot into the World Cup quarter-finals by batting past the 400-run mark for the second successive match to hand Ireland a...

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