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AB de Villiers returns to RCB for IPL 2023? South African superstar says ‘so many great memories…’ | Cricket News

Former South Africa and Royal Challengers Bangalore batter AB de Villiers announced on Twitter on Thursday (November 3) that he has checked into the Bengaluru hotel, where he said during his days in the Indian Premier League with the IPL franchise. This tweet of his has made fans curious about his return to the team. De Villiers had announced that he would retire from all forms of cricket, including IPL, after the 2020 season. However, he had later said that he would return to RCB in some role. Earlier, RCB informed fans that someone who said he would come back to RCB has arrived in Bengaluru. De Villiers’ tweet came immediately after RCB’s update.

“Just checked in to the ITC Royal Gardenia for the first time in many years! So many great memories are coming back. I’ve also been told this is my 25th time checking in here. Tele is on and ready for the Pak/SA game Go Proteas,” AB de Villiers wrote on his Twitter.

“He once said he would be back in RCB. Surprise! He’s home, he’s in Bengaluru today. Guess who?” RCB wrote on their Twitter feed.

Fans are curious to see if Mr 360 has returned to RCB and if he has made a U-turn after his retirement. IPL 2022 was the first time in many years that AB de Villiers was not performing for RCB, having announced his retirement last year.

Virat Kohli and de Villiers became good friends after playing for RCB in IPL for so many years. It seems that Kohli and him will be reunited with return to de Villiers in the side. However, we do not know in what role de Villiers will play this time. De Villiers is a cricket legend, certainly an IPL legend and his presence is sure to brighten up the RCB changing room. Batters will benefit from his wealth of experience.



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