South Africa has forever been a nation that has delivered quality batters and bowlers for a long period of time. At the point when AB de Villiers retired from all types of the game, Dewald Brevis entered the scene and had an instant impact on cricket.
The young cricketer is prevalently known as “Baby ABD” due to his capacity to play a bold brand of cricket, very like that of AB de Villiers. Fans have begun to like his interactivity too.
At present, the youngster is carrying out his services for Mumbai Indians in the ongoing Indian Premier League. The right-hander player has exhibited incredible indications of animosity and potential up until this point.
The U19 World Cup sensation intrigued the cricket club very well. The five-time IPL champions obtained his administration of Rs 3 crores at the super closeout in Bengaluru.
In last year’s T20 World Cup the RSA put in a decent performance, but just missed out on the knockout phase of the World Cup because they were lacking x-factor players such as Abd, and that is what Brevis brings to the table.
With an ODI, T20, and Test tour to England up in line for July and August, it could be the best opportunity to bring Brevis into the South Africa mix and see if he can deliver on the international stage.
The T20 International World Cup 2022 will be held later this year in October-November in Australia. Meanwhile, all international teams are busy playing T20s in order to get ready their best squad for an Epic event.
South Africa has never won T20 World Cup. In fact, when it comes to ICC events, they were never able to win any World cup event but RSA has always been a team that has produced masterful performances.
Meanwhile, as per the close sources, Dewald Brevis is likely to be added to the South Africa squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup. He has been quite impressive in showing his talent in the IPL.
Notably, he scored a blitz 29 off 19 in his first IPL match against KKR. After that, he scored 49 off 25 balls against PBKS. He also scored 31 off 13 balls against Lucknow Super Giants.
“I think I was born with a passion to play cricket and a love for the game, and I really want to make a difference with cricket. In my era growing up everyone knows AB de Villiers, he’s been such a role model for me from a very young age,” he told the ICC.