South Africa have postponed indefinitely proposed tours to Sri Lanka and West Indies and are unlikely to play again until November, Graeme Smith has revealed.
The Proteas were due to travel to Sri Lanka in June for three ODIs and a trio of Twenty20 fixtures against their hosts, only to cancel due to the coronavirus pandemic.
For the same reason they called off a planned trip to the Caribbean set for July and August, when they were due to play two Tests and five T20 matches.
While there was hope of facing West Indies in September instead, director of cricket Smith admits such a scenario is impossible for Cricket South Africa (CSA) due to the rearranged Indian Premier League season.
Several of the country’s leading names are contracted to franchises for the T20 tournament, which seems set to be staged in the United Arab Emirates this year.
“The West Indies tour has been postponed…