Former veteran Graeme Smith, who has been appointed because the everlasting director of South Africa cricket, has made it clear that Quinton De Kock, who’s heading the ODI-T20 group, won’t be made the captain of the Test group.
Former Test captain Smith says that he doesn’t need to improve the workload of this wicket-keeper batsman. Smith confirmed this via a tele-conference after confirming the subsequent two-year contract with CSA.
He stated, "This (South Africa's new Test captain) won’t be Quinton. Quinton will stay the captain of the restricted overs format group however we need to maintain him recent in response to the workload and psychological capability. <! –
From private expertise I can say that captaining the three codecs is difficult and we don’t need to improve its burden. "
However, Smith didn’t reveal the title of the brand new Test captain or the names of the important thing contenders. Recall that senior batsman Faf du Plessis introduced his exit from the captaincy.
The CSA director stated, "There is no person you can focus on. There are many players who are at the same level."