Australian cricketer Spencer Johnson has been in a relationship with Sarah Petherick for so long that fans speculate that the pair have already tied the knot and are husband and wife.
However, there are no official records of them getting married.
Born on December 16, 1995, Spencer Henry Johnson is a cricketer representing South Australia in domestic cricket.
The left-arm fast bowler, Johnson, debuted in the Big Bash League (BBL) during the 2022–23 season on January 11, 2023, while playing for the Brisbane Heat.
Throughout the season, he participated in ten matches, including the final, where he earned a reputation for being a reliable bowler during the crucial death overs.
He made his T20I debut against South Africa on August 30, 2023, and his ODI debut against India on September 24, 2023.
Additionally, Johnson has been touted as Australia’s potential long-term replacement for Mitchell Starc.
Sarah Petherick: Wife Of Spencer Johnson?
As stated earlier, the couple is reportedly yet to exchange wedding vows.
Their first picture together on social media posts dates back to June 14, 2014.
Moreover, on December 25, 2019, Spencer posted a picture with Sarah and a caption that read,
“Our sixth Christmas together. Only love for my lady ❤️”
which indicates that the duo has been in a relationship since 2013.
Moreover, Spencer and Sarah regularly share snapshots of themselves enjoying their vacations and going on dates, and the pair never shy away from showing their affection to the public.
In addition, Sarah is often present at the cricket stadium to support and motivate her beau.
Education & Profession Of Sarah Petherick
Sarah Petherick (born on February 9, 1997) attended St. Dominic’s Priory College from 2010 to 2014.
She then graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of South Australia in 2018.
Moreover, she enrolled in a master’s degree program in architecture at the same university and completed it in 2020.
While pursuing her master’s degree, she worked as a barista at Octeine Coffee KT from March 2019 to December 2020.
Afterward, she joined Arup for four months in a vacation student program from January 2021 to April 2021.
She has been a graduate architect and interior designer at Williams Burton Leopardi since April 2021.
Return From India To Recover From Injury
Australia will be missing Spencer Johnson (due to a hamstring injury) and Nathan Ellis (due to a groin injury) in the third ODI against India.
Both of these fast bowlers have returned home to commence their recoveries in preparation for the upcoming domestic season.
While Johnson debuted in the second ODI, Nathan Ellis did not feature in the series at all. It’s worth noting that neither of these bowlers is part of the World Cup squad.
On the brighter side, Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell are poised to make their return to the team.
Starc has been absent from international action since the Ashes in July.
He had traveled to India ahead of the first ODI but was carefully managed and didn’t participate in the first two games as part of his preparation for the World Cup.