AB de Villiers has stunned the world over the years with his batting skills and 360-degree range of shots. He holds the record for the fastest 50, fastest 100, and\u00a0fastest 150 in One Day Internationals.\n\nBut there are lots of things you\u00a0might not know about this Superman from South Africa. He played a hell lot of sports apart from cricket. He can truly be called a Jack of All Trades.\n\nLet\u2019s have a look at the top sports other than cricket in which AB de Villiers is adept:-\u00a0\n\n\n\n1. TENNIS\n\n\n\nABD\u2019s first love was tennis that he first took an immense liking to before he was attracted to a team sport like cricket. AB de Villiers was the member of South Africa\u2019s junior Davis Cup tennis team.\n\nHe was ranked in the top two in his age division for tennis in\u00a0South Africa. He was also South Africa\u2019s U-19 national badminton champion.\u00a0ABD played tennis till the age of 13 before he gave it up for want of time and his better liking for other sports.\n\n\n\n2. RUGBY\n\n\n\nHe was the Captain of South Africa Jr national Rugby team. This was the most followed sport at his school. He featured in the top rugby team of his school, the 1st\u00a0XV of the Affies.\n\nHe performed extraordinarily well and was selected for the Blue Balls U-18 side, which had some big names that would later represent South African rugby.\n\n\n\n3. HOCKEY\u00a0\n\n\n\nAB De Villiers once had a flair for hockey and made it to the U-16 side of the school\u00a0that did really well during the time he was a member. He was shortlisted for South Africa\u2019s junior\u00a0national hockey team.\n\n\n\n4. GOLF\n\n\n\nHe also played Golf and got a scratch handicap in it, which means he is\u00a0a player whose average score for a round of golf is par or better. Whenever he is out of cricketing action, the Superman loves to spend some time in the golf course.\n\n\n\n5. FOOTBALL\n\n\n\nHe was shortlisted for South Africa\u2019s junior national Football squad. He proved to be an outstanding player possessing amazing skills. During training sessions before cricket matches, the game of football is practised by most teams.