All the game tournaments till July 2020 have been cancelled or postponed due to Coronavirus (Covid-19). In such a situation, the T-20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November is also uncertain. Former South African batsman AB de Villiers comeback in T-20 World Cup would be difficult if the T-20 World Cup postponed due to the COVID-19
”I can’t see the next 6 months. If the tournament is postponed until next year, things will change. I will play only if I am 100% fit. I am not one of those people who can do things even when they are 80% fit.” De Villiers told South Africa’s Rapport newspaper.
“I can’t think of six months ahead now.” Many things will change if the tournament is postponed until next year. Right now I am going to consider myself available. But I do not know how my fitness will be then and whether I will be healthy then. ”
This batsman said, “Bouch (Mark Boucher) should choose me only when he feels that I am better than other players.” I am not the kind of person who thinks that what I want should happen.”
The T-20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November could be a great platform for De Villiers’ comeback. South African coach is very excited by AB de Villiers comeback in T-20 World Cup.
Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell said, “It will be difficult for us to gather audiences.” I believe that if the Indian Premier League (IPL) happens without an audience, then it is expected to succeed, I am not seeing the T-20 World Cup succeed without audience. It would be difficult for us to justify the World Cup without the spectators in the stadium, so I do not even see the possibility of the tournament happening early. We have to take care of everyone’s health. “