Harmanpreet Kaur Eager for Women’s IPL
- Harmanpreet Kaur eager for women's (IPL).
- Overseas players to be invited.
- Decision to be helmed by BCCI and the cricket board.
Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian women’s T20I captain, expressed her optimism and eagerness for the women’s Indian Premier League (IPL) to begin soon.
Harmanpreet said, “I think we have been looking at this for a long time and I hope, you know, sooner this women’s IPL will also start and we will also invite overseas players over there so that they can also share their experience with our domestic players.”
She added, “I think this is something we are really waiting for and I hope, you know, this will start. Performance is something that is in our hands and that’s what we have been doing and the rest of the things are totally dependent on the BCCI and the cricket board. Playing any tournament will give you lots of confidence and WBBL is something, you know, it’s a very, very big platform back home. Every Indian wants to play in this league and I was the first one who got this opportunity to play and today, you know, winning this player of the tournament definitely gives lots of confidence to Indian girls also.”
Since being the first Indian to play in both the WBBL and the Super League in England, Harmanpreet has been making new ground for Indian women’s cricket. With her achievements in the WBBL, she hopes to encourage the future generation of players.