South Africa star delays wedding due to coronavirus
South African woman cricketer Lizelle Lee has been compelled to delay her wedding in the midst of the across the nation lockdown in the country forced due to coronavirus pandemic.
Lee was to be married this month on April 10 with her four-and-a-half-year-old friend Tanja Cronje.
Whole South Africa in lockdown for 21 days due to coronavirus. That is why Lee’s wedding has been delayed. Even after the lockdown of 21 days, the marriage can be completed, it is not guaranteed. So Lee has been worried about her own marriage.
“Whatever the situation, it is not understood. Everything’s stopped. We want to get back to normal life. We are looking forward to playing cricket. I’ve had a lot of ups and down, that’s how cricket goes. I’m enjoying the 50-over format. I feel I have more time to get myself in and score more freely.”
As a result, in her house with his parents, Lee is solving a puzzle of 2,000 pieces. As it occurs, this is the longest time the opener has spent at home over the most recent three years. The main fixture would have had Lee completing the home series against Australia, which comprised of three ODIs and the same number of T20Is.
Lee’s South Africa were eliminated from the semifinals at the Women’s Twenty20 World Cup in February-March. They lost to the hosts and champions Australia.
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