The UAE T20x continues to attract some of the world's best player in the game's shortest format, with David Miller and Andre Russell being roped into the competition.
Miller, the hard-hitting South Africa batsman, and Russell, the West Indies bowling all-rounder, have signed up as 'icon players' for the inaugural season of the nearly month-long tournament, which starts on December 19.
Miller and Russell will join former Proteas captain AB de Villiers, who last month agreed to become ambassador of the tournament, which will be held in Abu Dhabi, Dubai and Sharjah under the auspices of the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB).
Miller, who has represented South Africa in 109 one-day internationals and 61 T20s in a career spanning eight years, is determined to do his bit for the growth of the game across the Middle East.
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