Quinton de Kock will say goodbye to ODI cricket after the World Cup
The ICC ODI World Cup starting in India from October 5 will be the last international tournament of South Africa's star wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock. After this tournament he will retire from One Day International cricket.
According to reports, Quinton de Kock will retire from ODI cricket after the upcoming 50-over World Cup in India. Cricket South Africa has informed about Decaud's retirement plans on 'X'. Former South African captain Quinton de Kock has played 140 ODI and 80 T20 international matches for his national team.
In these he has scored 5966 and 2277 runs respectively. Cricket South Africa informed that Quinton de Kock has announced his retirement from ODI cricket after the conclusion of the ICC ODI World Cup in India. In December 2021, De Kock surprised everyone by suddenly announcing his retirement from Test cricket.