Former Indian captain Anjum Chopra has opined that the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) can organise a shorter model of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for ladies’s with 4 or 5 groups and worldwide gamers.
A number of Indian girls’s cricketers lately participated within the Ladies’s Massive Bash League (WBBL) and delivered an excellent efficiency for his or her respective groups. Additionally, Harmanpreet Kaur was the star performer of the match, having gained the Participant of the Match award following her all-around efficiency for the Melbourne Renegades. Apart from her, Smriti Mandhana smashed a sensational century for Sydney Thunder.
Notably, the BCCI had introduced the four-team Ladies’s T20 Problem final season, nevertheless it was cancelled because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and lots of cricket pundits criticised BCCI for doing all the pieces to organise the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 however not exhibiting curiosity within the Ladies’s T20 Problem.
The Day The BCCI Decides To Conduct A Ladies’s IPL It Will Occur – Anjum Chopra
In the meantime, in an unique dialog with Hindustan Occasions, former Indian captain Anjum Chopra stated :
“Ladies’s IPL… it’s a really attention-grabbing stage. I perceive the refrain is going on and persons are saying that it ought to occur particularly after Harmanpreet (Kaur) successful the Participant of the Match (Ladies’s Massive Bash League) award. All these are completely wonderful.”
She added that the Ladies’s IPL match will start at any time when the BCCI needs it. The cricketer-turned-commentator elaborated:
” The day the BCCI decides to conduct a Ladies’s IPL it’ll occur, the purpose is, the resistance will not be solely as a result of they don’t need to begin it or they are not looking for a girls’s match. I believe there could be another points or questions on how it may be carried out and the way it may be dealt with. We will in fact have a shorter model of the IPL, perhaps with 4 or 5 correct groups with worldwide gamers.”
Anjum Chopra additionally stated that the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchises need Ladies’s IPL, however the guardian physique should make the way in which for it. She additionally talked about that BCCI can undoubtedly organise a girls’s IPL with 5 or 6 groups if they will enhance the variety of groups within the males’s IPL.
“It’s not the franchises in India that don’t need to do a Ladies’s IPL. It’s the guardian physique that should cleared the path. And for a similar franchises to go forward and tackle the Ladies’s workforce. If the BCCI can enhance the dimensions of the IPL from 8 to 10, I’m positive we will have a structured plan for initiating a girls’s IPL. It might not be eight groups to 10 groups, it may be simply 5 – 6 and even 4 groups. However in a really structured method.
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