South Africa’s recently appointed limited-overs captain Quinton de Kock opens up about his captaincy duties. The wicket-keeper batsman feels that he still has not got the momentum set for himself as the leader of the South African team. Quinton de Kock feels that he has done reasonably well so far as the skipper, but he still has got a lot to learn.
"I took it pretty slowly, I am still trying to get a feel of how to go about things," he said in an audio released by Cricket South Africa this Tuesday (April 28). "I have learned quite a bit and I didn't do too badly."
"It was more about taking it step-by-step, not just throwing out what I think straight away to the team. We are busy rebuilding as a limited-overs team, especially ODIs. Twenty20 I think we know what is going on."
South African recently played a T20I and ODI series against England, and before that, they white-washed the Australian team under de Kock’s captaincy. However, their tough stint against India was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.