To make up for the “pain, bewilderment, and fury” he caused by not kneeling at the T20 World Cup and sitting out the game against the West Indies, Quinton de Kock issued an apology to his teammates and fans.
However, the wicketkeeper-batsman acknowledged it was not his desire to dominate cricket talk in the previous 48 hours. According to de Kock, he never intended for this to be a Quinton problem. As a player, I see the necessity of speaking out against racism, and I also recognize our duty to lead by example. I am pleased to take a knee if it helps educate people and improves the lives of others.”
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As a result, de Kock believed the CSA board was violating his rights, despite the fact that he recognized his position as a role model. “I am well aware that I must serve as a role model for others. Before, we were assured we had the freedom to do anything we pleased,” he said.
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