News – South African allrounder JP Duminy, who quit Test cricket in September 2017, reveals that he had a feeling that his Test career was over two months prior to taking the call.
Walking off after Lord’s,” Duminy said ahead of South Africa’s Invitation XI’s match against Bangladesh on Wednesday(October 11). “I felt a change needed to happen. I rightly deserved to be dropped. There were guys putting up their hands for places and I felt I needed a different path.
Duminy, now, in addition to being picked to skipper the Invitational side, he was also to lead the Cape Town Knight Riders in the now-postponed T20 Global League.
“It is disappointing, not just from a South African point of view but also from a global point of view. I think the manner in which it has been postponed is the most disappointing. I’m hoping it’s not the end. I’m hoping it can recover and we can come to a consensus about the way forward.”