The South African batting legend, AB de Villiers may feature the second season of T10 League which is to take place later this year.
AB de Villiers recently announced his retirement from international cricket with the immediate effect which came as a surprise to his fans and cricket experts as no one anticipated it.
However, fans may get to see his explosive batting in the T10 League, which has been seen as a revolutionary cricket format since it was first played in 2017.
Maratha Arabians are looking to rope in the former South African skipper and their co-owner owner Parvez Khan is optimistic about his inclusion.
“I am positive and he is also responding positive, I have spoken to him and his manager, hopefully, he will be there along with a lot of other big players, but he will be the biggest one,” revealed Parvez Khan, who is a huge fan of AB.
“I love him a lot and respect him a lot for how he has played throughout his career,” he went on to say.
Karachians announced Australia’s former all-rounder Shane Watson as their icon player. Chairman T10 League, Shaji ul Mulk told that they wanted Shane Watson in the first season of the league as well.
“For T10, Shane Watson is one big name we always wanted, last year we missed a few big players like Shane Watson, AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle and others, this year we are hoping all of them to be back,” told Shaji ul Mulk. “Shane Watson signing up for Karachians and playing in the T10 League is a great achievement.”