Kallis eyes next World Cup
Jacques Kallis has dampened speculation of a limited-overs retirement by declaring he wants to play on through to the 2015 World Cup.
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The 37-year-old is one of the most respected all-rounders in the world, but with worries over his ability to remain active in all three forms of the game it has been suggested he would concentrate on Test cricket only.
That is not his intention, though, and he said on Tuesday that the next 50-over tournament in Australia is on his radar.
"Playing for my country has always been both a huge honour and a privilege," he said in a Cricket South Africa statement.
"It remains my aspiration to be available for the 2015 edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup, but at the same time I know as an all-rounder approaching my 38th birthday I will need to assess my future in the game season by season.
"At the moment I am feeling mentally and physically refreshed and I am looking forward to carry on playing for my country as long as possible."