Abraham Benjamin de Villiers is a phenomenal South African legendary cricketer and has done wonders on the field. He is a fantastic attacking batsman who has hit the boundaries several times. AB de Villers has been chosen as the ICC ODI Player of the Year three times during his 15-year international career. AB de Villiers is one of the most effective and strong players that a squad can ever have. The 360-degree-batsman has also been a part of Indian Premier League (IPL) teams like Northern Titans, Delhi Daredevils, and Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) since the very first season. He is one of the strengths that a team can ever have. But apart from batting, he is also a great fielder.
AB de Villiers was born on 17 February 1984, in Warmbad, South Africa. His father was a doctor and was encouraged by him since his childhood days, whenever it came to sports. The player did his schooling from Afrikaanse Hoër Seunskool in Pretoria with his teammate Faf du Plessis. AB de Villiers holds various records like the fastest 50s (16 balls), 100s (31 balls), and 150s (64 balls) of all time in One Day Internationals (ODI) history; fastest hundred by a South African cricketer in Tests; and the fastest 50s by a South African cricketer in T20Is.
Currently, he is having a wife named Danielle de Villiers and a son named Abraham de Villiers. As per the Republic World reports, AB de Villiers has a net annual income of $USD 3 million.