AB de Villiers, who has a large fan following in India, will look to enthral followers as soon as once more when he turns up for the Royal Challengers Bangalore. The cricketer too has a connection with India and in one such dialogue with Indian yogi Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, he appeared to get solutions to the issues plaguing his nation. In the dialogue, the previous South Africa captain wished to know what the religious chief thought of his nation.
On Monday, de Villiers shared Sadghuru’s reply to his questions which excited Indian followers as they wished to know extra concerning the conversation between one of many prime batsmen in the world and an Indian guru.
A chat with a wise man from India. Thank you @SadhguruJV for this stunning message about our nation & continent. Truly inspiring for all of us right here. SA is happy to welcome you on April 4th. Also thanks for the tip to win the lotto😀
— AB de Villiers (@ABdeVilliers17) March 9, 2020
Sadhguru additionally knowledgeable that he’s planning to go to South Africa in April 2020 and this interplay with de Villiers would have given extra publicity to the occasion.
The upcoming IPL season might be an necessary one for de Villiers as he seems to make a comeback to the nationwide facet for the T20 World Cup slated to be held later this yr in South Africa.
I’m trying ahead to Africa, @ABdeVilliers17 – a continent so wealthy in historical past & biodiversity and a inhabitants with a nice affinity for the pure world, holds immense prospects. Thank you to your heat welcome. –Sg https://t.co/yJsMWx9xPZ
— Sadhguru (@SadhguruJV) March 10, 2020
“The big one is the IPL so we decided to let those guys – the free agents if you want to call them that – do the IPL and then afterwards make themselves available,” cricket.com.au quoted Mark Boucher, head coach of South Africa, as saying.
“We’ve still got quite a few games (before the World Cup). From the first of June, which is the Sri Lanka tour, those guys need to make themselves available. Whether we select them is another story. But they need to make themselves available if they want to put their hands up for a World Cup spot,” he additional added.