Previous Indian cricketer Anjum Chopra figured that the Women’s IPL is, well and genuinely, on the cards. Nonetheless, she likewise said that “an organized arrangement” is expected to take forward procedures and the COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t made things simpler for the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
As of late, Indian T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur won the Player of the Tournament grant when she addressed the Melbourne Renegades in the past release of the Women’s Big Bash League. From that point forward, the calls for directing the Women’s IPL have heightened.
“Ladies’ IPL… it’s an exceptionally fascinating stage. I comprehend the theme is occurring and individuals are saying that it ought to happen particularly after Harmanpreet (Kaur) winning the Player of the Tournament (WBBL) grant,” Chopra told Hindustan Times.
We can obviously have a more limited adaptation of the Women’s IPL, says Anjum Chopra
Chopra, who played 12 Tests, 127 ODIs and 18 T20Is for Team India, said that a competition with around four to five groups is as yet a chance. Notwithstanding, she likewise felt that going in an all around arranged way holds a great deal of significance.
“The day the BCCI chooses to lead a ladies’ IPL it will occur, the fact is, the obstruction isn’t simply because they would rather not start it or they don’t need a ladies’ competition.
“I think there may be some different issues or inquiries on how it tends to be finished. We can obviously have a more limited form of the IPL, perhaps with 4 or 5 appropriate groups with worldwide players,” she expressed
“I’m certain we can have an organized arrangement for starting a ladies’ IPL. It may not be eight groups to 10 groups, it very well may be only five or six or even four groups. Be that as it may, in an exceptionally organized way,” Chopra added.
Chopra was additionally of the assessment that the BCCI would require a ton of labor assuming they wish to lead the Women’s IPL alongside the Men’s IPL.
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Albeit the Women’s IPL is yet to get in progress, three periods of the Women’s T20 Challenge have as of now occurred. The Trailblazers, Supernovas and Velocity participate in the competition. Be that as it may, the occasion couldn’t happen in 2021 because of the problems of the Covid pandemic.