Indian Women’s Team Captain Harmanpreet Kaur Wants IPL for Women Cricketers
Indian captain Harmanpreet Kaur wants an Indian Premier League IPL for women cricketers. She made the claim after losing the three-match series 2-0 against Australia. She said India would only improve in limited-overs cricket if it was the IPL.
Despite competing in Test matches on the tour of Australia, there has been a one-on-one battle in ODIs and T20s. He believes that domestic infrastructure has contributed to Australia’s success.
Australian cricket has a separate Big Bash for women and domestic cricket has a regular T20 league. Australian cricketers also play in limited editions like County, The Hundred if they play well here.
A three-team tournament is organized for women like the Indian men’s IPL. Where women cricketers get a chance to play two matches. It was not held in 2021 due to the coronavirus epidemic.
Harmanpreet Kaur said that hosting the IPL 2021 in the men’s version for women would improve Indian cricket. “Men’s cricketers get an idea of the competitiveness of international cricket by playing in the IPL before coming to the national team,” she said. Can prepare themselves. That is the reason for their improvement.
Harmanpreet feels that Indian women’s cricket lacks this. “We are far behind in this regard,” she said. If we can play a match like this, then we can be as successful in international cricket as male cricketers.