Shortly after the Proteas revealed their 15-man selection for the ICC ODI World Cup in India, De Kock made his declaration.
ICC World Cup 2023 in India later this year will be Quinton de Kock’s final one-day international, the star cricketer announced on Tuesday, shocking South African cricket fans.
After the Proteas named their 15-man roster for the ODI World Cup, De Kock made his declaration shortly after.
Since making his ODI debut in 2013, De Kock has played 140 games for South Africa. With 140 ODI matches under his belt, he has amassed 5966 runs at an average of 44.85, with 17 hundreds and 29 fifty-pluses.
After taking part in 54 matches and scoring 3300 runs at a 38.82 average with six hundreds, he already announced his retirement from Test cricket in 2021.
De Kock just joined the Melbourne Renegades and will make his Big Bash League debut between December 10 and 21, when South Africa hosts India in a T20I series at home.