Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith has revealed he is contemplating an international cricket comeback.
Smith retired following South Africa’s series against Australia in March 2014 after making 117 Test appearances, citing a combination of family reasons and a struggle to overcome a recurring ankle problem that required surgery.
The 33-year-old has stayed in cricket and served as tournament director for the Ram Slam T20 tournament in his homeland.
He is currently preparing to play in the Masters Champions League (MCL), which takes place in the United Arab Emirates in January and February, but he admitted on Tuesday that tournament might not be his only future playing concern.
“For me, I’m at the cusp of whether I should play international cricket again or not,” Smith told The National.