New Delhi. India’s star opener Smriti Mandhana feels that there is so much depth in cricket within the country that a six-team women’s IPL can be organized, which will also strengthen the bench strength of the Indian team. According to the website ESPNcricinfo, the 25-year-old said that with the advent of the T20 league, the quality of domestic players in the men’s game has improved and the same can happen in women’s cricket.
He said that there is an equal state of men’s and women’s teams. In such a situation, when the men’s IPL started, there were equal states even then, but year after year the quality kept getting better. Mandhana was here talking to Ravichandran Ashwin on his YouTube channel.
Mandhana said that what is IPL today, it was not like this 10 or 11 years ago. The same is with women’s cricket, we have only a few girls playing cricket.
According to Mandhana, right now I think we can start the IPL with six teams and further it can be reduced to eight teams, but we have not started yet so we cannot say anything.
Mandhana feels that the league will give women the right exposure that is needed to improve their game. We can start with five to six teams, but I can’t say for sure on eight teams, but I think we must start with five or six teams?, so that we get eight teams in future. can.
“I think if we don’t start then our girls will also not get a chance to take their cricket to a different level,” he said. The Australian team’s bench strength has been strengthened due to the women’s Big Bash League. The same can happen with the Indian team from some women’s IPL.
Mandhana said, I played Big Bash four years ago but now its quality is different. You can see that Cricket Australia has a pool of 40-50 cricketers who are ready for international cricket anytime.
She said, I want to see something similar happen with Indian cricket. I think IPL can make a big contribution in this. Currently, BCCI organizes the Women’s T20 Challenge in which three teams play. (IANS)
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