Biff to make shock return?

2015-02-23 21:11
Graeme Smith (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - Merely a week after announcing his divorce from Morgan Deane, Graeme Smith may well be ready to play cricket again.

According to Netwerk24, 'Biff' may be toying with the idea of coming out of semi-retirement.

He is currently attending the Cricket World Cup in Australia and hinted that a return to competitive action may not be far off.

It has been reported that the Titans are interested in enlisting Smith into their ranks after approaching the former Proteas Test skipper.

Smith retired from international cricket in March 2014 after playing in 117 Tests for the Proteas, scoring 9265 runs at an average of 48.25.

His last competitive match was in May 2014, playing for Surrey in England's T20 league, before fracturing his knee, which curtailed his county season.

Smith then was contracted by Cricket South Africa to act as tournament director and brand ambassador for the RAM SLAM T20 Challenge at the end of 2014.

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