The second phase of the Indian Premier League 2021, which starts on September 19, has a lot of uncertainty surrounding the availability of players and fans are worried about it.
Apart from this, there is another tension in the Royal Challengers Bangalore camp over whether AB de Villiers will play in the Indian Premier League later this year.
AB de Villiers has requested South Africa Cricket to allow him to play in the upcoming T20 World Cup. However, this did not happen. In such a scenario, the question of whether AB de Villiers will continue to play cricket even after the end of the Indian Premier League 2021 has arisen in the minds of RCB supporters.
The man himself spoke about it in an Instagram live session. AB de Villiers shared a lot about his future with his Royal Challengers Bangalore teammates and his future in the Indian Premier League on Instagram Live.
AB de Villiers says he has surpassed all expectations for South Africa and wants to play in the world's largest T20 cricket league, "in the IPL, for South Africa, it has exceeded all expectations, and hopefully a few more years."
He greatly respected his time while playing in the Indian Premier League and breaking all of them.
AB de Villiers in the IPL
AB de Villiers is like a local boy to Royal Challengers Bangalore fans and Indian cricket supporters. AB de Villiers has been playing in the Indian Premier League since the first season in 2008, and before the start of the second phase of IPL 2021, South Africa played 176 IPL matches and had more than 5000 run shows for his fans for India and around the world.
AB de Villiers was first selected by the Delhi Daredevils for IPL 2008, and after three seasons with them, he was selected by Royal Challengers Bangalore in the fourth season of the IPL
AB de Villiers has been a major figure in the IPL since the opening season, he pointed out, with many more years to come; This is a happy thing for RCB fans. However, the upcoming IPL auction is set to be a mega option where each franchise will be allowed to retain a maximum of four players, making it interesting whether AB de Villiers will be retained.