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ENG versus SA: Quinton de Kock: “Three Formats Is A Lot, It’s Likely To Begin Being Tough For Players.”

Despite the gap in his scheduling caused by his willingness to play in T20 competitions, Quinton de Kock seems to have no remorse about giving up the biggest form of cricket.

Right when he became a dad for the first time, De Kock departed Tests at the conclusion of the previous year. He cited his interest in spending more time with family as his justification, although this wish has not yet come true.

For his first press appearance after quitting Tests, de Kock stated, “It hasn’t optimised my calendar – at certainly not this year.”

“I’ve been forced to participate in a few leagues, but that’s my own fault. I’m excited to do it. I’m progressively approaching an age when I need to consider where I want to go in my profession, but it’s still a sacrifice. I’m content as much as I can complete things with my own leisure.

Prior to a series versus Bangladesh, De Kock had almost two months free, but he’s been busy ever since he came from parental leave to take part in South Africa’s white-ball matches versus India in January.

But he concurred that it’s growing more difficult to decide what to play as more players choose to forego a format altogether. 3 categories is a plenty, and it appears that more games are taking place throughout the season, so it will start to be hard for players, he predicted.

“Gamers ought to make decisions, and I’m glad for them even if they decide to play all 3 categories. However, men must make their own decisions. I am content with my situation as it is.

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