Indian women's cricket team opener Smriti Mandhana has described the women's IPL as very important for the future of women's cricket and has said that it can improve the performance of the Indian women cricket team in international competitions like the T20 world cup. Mandhana admitted that the BCCI is making a lot of effort to make it come true.
One of the extremely talented Indian women cricketer Smriti Mandhana feels that organizing a women's IPL tournament with 5-6 women teams can help to prepare for international cricket matches.
Smriti Mandhana said on BBC Podcast in 'The Second', 'BCCI has made a lot of efforts, like an exhibition match two years ago and Organized the women's IPL, followed by a very successful IPL of three teams. This year in 2020 it was supposed to be between four teams.
Smriti Mandhana said, 'I am very confident that many tournaments like IPL will be organized for a year or two. The IPL of five or six teams will be great for Indian women's cricket, especially given the upcoming women's cricket World Cup. She also said that the difference between domestic and international cricket in women's cricket in the country will soon be over.
Mandhana said, "Women's cricket in India is growing fast, mainly in domestic cricket games, but there is a huge gap of talent between the international and domestic tournaments and I think it will be covered in two-three years."
Smriti Mandhana feels that women's IPL can increase the level of Indian women's cricket team.
Indian women's cricket team attacking and talented batting queen Smriti Mandhana has described the women's IPL as crucial for the future of women's cricket and has said that it can improve the performance of the Indian team in international competitions. Mandhana admitted that the BCCI is making a lot of effort to make it come true.
Australia women's cricket team crisis
in the latest interview with BBC Smriti Mandhana openly expressed her views on the future of Indian women's cricket team she predicted a bright future for the Indian women's cricket team, Australia's wicketkeeper Alyssa Healy is looking worried about the future of women's cricket. Australia's women's team wicket-keeper batsman Alyssa Healy said that her Australian cricket board, facing financial troubles, and it should not reduce the number of women's play cricket home matches. Cricket Australia, which is facing a loss of millions of dollars due to the COVID-19 epidemic, is considering shortening the season. Alyssa Healy said that reducing women's matches should not be a priority.
Alyssa Healy is also the board director of the Australian Cricket Association (ACA). She told 'The Unplayable' podcast, 'Obviously, it will not be good for women's Australian cricket team and fans of cricket. We do not want the match to be short. she said, "Women's Big Bash League" (WBBL )matches should not be reduced. This is one of the amazing tournament and we play most of our cricket in T20 format. We don't get much opportunity to play 50-over one-day matches in domestic. she said, 'We do not want the number of matches to be reduced. I don't think our domestic cricketers get a chance to play more.