South African great AB de Villiers is popularly known as Mr. 360. This is because he can play shots all around the park with ease and grace, making a mockery of even the best of the bowlers. He is a gun athlete on the field and can even keep wickets. Understandably, he is a player who any captain would love to have in his team. Apart from his cricketing skill, the 37-year-old is a multi-faceted personality and can sing, play the guitar and has competed in various sports during his school days.
This time around ABD took the internet by storm by his singing skills, a short video of which he shared on social media. In the clip, he can be seen singing "I won't give up" by Jason Mraz, with his wife Danielle de Villiers alongside.
"On the 29th we celebrated my Father’s 70th bday and I had the privilege to perform one of my all time favourite songs with my beautiful wife," he wrote while sharing the video.
"We all interpret songs in our own unique way, this song has a particularly special meaning to me and reminds me that God is always there, no matter what happens," he added.
"While singing this song on the 29th and looking across the room to my Dad, it also reminded me how lucky I’ve been to have him by my side as a role model for so many years," he further said.
Check out the video here:
Soon after the video was shared, ABD's Royal Challengers Bangalore teammate Glenn Maxwell was quick to respond. "This is certainly an improvement on your last performance," he wrote. The duo was seen sharing a strong bond as they played for Virat Kohli-led Royal Challengers Bangalore. However, IPL 2021 is likely to resume mid-September in the United Arab Emirates, the presence of Australian cricketers still remains doubtful.