CHENNAI (Reuters) - South Africa are determined to make a new start at the World Cup opening on Feb. 19 after semi-final exits in 1992, 1999 and 2007 and a shock quarter-final loss to West Indies in 1996. AB de Villiers, who will add the wicketkeeper's role to his batting duties, said on Friday the team were not looking back. "We really are not focusing on that at the moment," he told reporters. "The thing that has happened in the past is history. We've got an all-new side with a different look." "ICC events are difficult things, you have to peak at the right time. It has nothing to do with choking or throwing a game away. It's pressure and other teams may have played better that time.