Johannesburg, June 10 : South African captain AB de Villiers is all set to release his autobiography titled 'AB: The Autobiography' in November .
Pan Macmillan South Africa, the book's publisher, said the reader would be transported to the backyard of AB's childhood home where he first learnt to play cricket with his brothers, and would be introduced to colourful characters and sportsmen along the way, Sport24 reported.
It added that the autobiography would also explore AB's interests in music and business and how he pursues these alongside his international cricket career.
Johannesburg, June 4 - Star Proteas batsman AB de Villiers has won South Africa's Cricketer of the Year for the second successive year, including four other awards at a gala Cricket South Africa (CSA) banquet event in Midrand
Having won the South African Cricketer of the Year for the second consecutive year, De Villiers has matched the performance of former paceman Makhaya Ntini, who had received the award in 2005 and 2006.
Johannesburg, May 28 : Star batsman AB de Villiers will miss the opportunity to play 100 Tests on the trot after he was allowed to take paternity leave by the South African Cricket Board.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) said in a statement that De Villiers has been granted paternity leave and will miss the two-test series in Bangladesh, Sport24 reported.
CSA said that he was included in the ODI and T20 squads, but excluded from the Test squad because he wife was due to give birth to their first child.
Pune : Royal Challengers Bangalore star batsman AB de Villiers on Wednesday announced he would gift his man of the match award in the Indian Premier League eliminator here to teammate Mandeep Singh for his performance in the game.
Mandeep authored Aan unconquered 34-ball 54to help his side beat Rajasthan Royals by 71 runs in the Indian Premier League Eliminator at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium.
Reeling at 55/3 at one stage Mandeep and South African AB de Villiers put on a 113-run partnership to help their side post 180/4 at the end of 20 overs.
Karachi, Mar 31 : South Africa cricket team captain AB de Villiers has become the 11 th batsman overall and second Proteas after Hashim Amla to break the 900-point mark in the ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen, clinching the top spot on the list.
De Villiers achieved the milestone during the semifinal against New Zealand when he scored an unbeaten 65. He is now eighth on the list behind Sir Vivian Richards (935), Zaheer Abbas (931), Greg Chappell (921), David Gower (919), Dean Jones (918), Javed Miandad (910) and Brian Lara (908). Desmond Haynes (900) completes the tally of 11 batsmen.
Johannesburg, Mar 28 - South Africa cricket team captain AB de Villiers has thanked fans for their support despite his squad's failure to bring the coveted World Cup trophy home, saying that their fans have made them feel like a bunch of winners.
The South Africans bowed out of the tournament at the semifinal stage, losing a tense match by four wickets to World Cup co-hosts New Zealand.
After the team arrived in Johannesburg on Friday, De Villiers said that they have no regrets as they left everything on that field, Sport24 reported.
Johannesburg, Mar 25 : Crestfallen South Africa skipper AB de Villiers has confessed that he is gutted after his team suffered a four-wicket defeat to New Zealand in the nail-biting semifinal contest at Eden Park on Tuesday.
South Africa bowed out of cricket's pinnacle tournament as New Zealand chased down their 298-run target (D/L Method) on the second last ball of the innings to reach the World Cup final for the first time.
Wellington, Mar 24 : South Africa cricket team captain AB de Villiers has no regrets after his team lost to New Zealand in their World Cup semifinal tie at Eden Park on Tuesday and is hoping that the people back home would be proud of them.
South Africa bowed out of cricket's pinnacle tournament as New Zealand chased down their 298-run target (D/L Method) with four wickets to spare at an electrifying Eden Park to reach the World Cup final for the first time.
Johannesburg, Mar 19 - Following their World Cup quarterfinal rout of Sri Lanka on Wednesday, South Africa cricket team captain AB de Villiers has taken a sarcastic hit at the team's critics, saying that they like being called 'chokers' and would keep that tag as they keep winning.
South Africa were in dominant form, triumphing by nine wickets at the Sydney Cricket Ground as they finally won a World Cup knockout match at the sixth time of asking.
'Confident' De Villiers believes Proteas will 'go all the way' to WC glory post quarterfinal win over LankaSubmitted by Rajiv Dhoot on Wed, 03/18/2015 - 12:14
Sydney, Mar 18 : South Africa captain AB de Villiers has said that he is quietly confident of going all the way to the World Cup glory, after his side thrashed Sri Lanka by nine wickets in their quarterfinal tie at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday to record their first ever win in the knockout stages of cricket's pinnacle tournament.
South African bowlers bowled out Sri Lanka for a paltry 133 runs in just 37.2 overs, with all-rounder JP Duminy claiming a hat trick of wickets and Imran Tahir, who was named Man of the Match, scalping four crucial wickets.
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