Wolvaardt, who has become a regular in the One-Day International team, has just one T20 International cap to her name.
The batter, who scored 70* during the fifth and final ODI on Monday in Bloemfontein, says she looks forward to the shortest format of the game.
“I’m excited about it, I’ve only ever played one T20 and that was against Ireland a few years ago, so I am very excited to be a part of the set up.
“I’m not sure where I fit in yet, I’m just excited to be there and I’m going to see how the other players go about it and ask around about plans and mind-sets, and formulate a plan for myself and then just take it from there.”
The 1st T20 International at Diamond Oval in Kimberley starts at 13:00 tomorrow afternoon.
The second and third games of the series will be played on Saturday and Sunday at the Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein.
Morgan Piek OFM Sport