Former Zimbabwean cricketer and SuperSport commentator Mpumelelo Mbangwa spoke to Ab de Villiers over an Instagram live. One of his fans asked the age-old question that follows de Villiers, will he come out of retirement? The 36-year-old replied that he would love to represent South Africa again. HAVE YOU READ!!?? Celtic Crowned Scottish Premiership Champions \u201cI would absolutely love to play for the Proteas but it\u2019s so unsure at the moment, where we\u2019re heading with cricket around the world,\u201d said de Villiers. De Villiers told Mbangwa that he is in conversation with Proteas head coach, Mark Boucher, and Cricket South Africa (CSA) director of cricket, Graeme Smith. It is helpful that he played with both men in the past. However, with the T20 World Cup still scheduled for October 2020 in Australia, would De Villiers be match fit? And able to offer a substantial contribution to the team? The wicketkeeper-batsman has consistently performed for the teams he has played for namely in India\u2019s IPL and Australia\u2019s Big Bash. De Villers added, \u201cIf I do commit to something like that, I\u2019d like to think that I\u2019m going to be in the best form of my life, so I can bat, and score runs for my country." HAVE YOU READ!!?? Pakistan Positive They Will Play England In August South Africa only has two batsmen in the top 20 Men's T20I Batting Rankings, Reeza Hendricks, and Quinton de Kock. In addition, after South Africa\u2019s dismal performance at the 2019 Cricket World Cup. It is evident that South Africa could use a strong batsman.