Former South African captain Graeme Smith has hinted he may use the Masters Champions League as a launching pad for a return to international cricket.
The opening batsman retired from international cricket in March last year, however is considering a return after seeing his country lose 3-0 to India — their first away Test series defeat in nine years.
“For me, I’m at the cusp of whether I should play international cricket again or not,” he told the National newspaper in the UAE.
“I’m 34 now, retired at 33, there’s always that question mark of whether I can play for another three-four years.”
Since retiring, Smith has stated he misses the international game, however any possible return to Test cricket would have to wait until August when South Africa host New Zealand.
Smith scored 9,266 Test runs at an average of 48.25 from 177 matches.
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