Mithali Raj Says Women IPL Will Boost Female Cricketers

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Responding to the proposal of the Indian Premier League (IPL) for women, former women’s cricket team captain Mithali Raj said, “WIPl will be a huge boost to women’s cricket”.

Notably, IPL Chairman Lalit Modi shared an opinion, saying there should be a proper women’s tournament from 2023 like the Women’s Indian Premier League (WIPL). Moreover, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said, the event will be a priority, and likely to happen in 2023.

It is to be noted, that the former IPL chairman and the brains behind the IPL, Lalit Modi opined on the tournament and said that every IPL franchise should have a women’s team, rather it should be made mandatory.

Mr. Lalit Modi said, “I didn’t see much of IPL women’s games this year (Women’s T20 Challenge), but I think one of the biggest things they should do is make it mandatory for an IPL franchise to have a women’s team.”

Meanwhile, reacting to this suggestion, Ms. Mithali Raj said, the women-oriented tournament, especially IPL would pool talent in women’s cricket.

The former Indian women’s Cricket team captain Ms. Mithali Raj announced her retirement from cricket last month. She ended her glorious career after amassing 7805 ODI runs in 232 matches at an average of over 50. She also scored 2364 runs in 89 T20Is, as well as 699 runs in 12 Tests, including a century and four half-centuries.

The 39-year-old Indian finished her career as the top run-scorer in ODI cricket, 1813 runs ahead of the next highest, England’s Charlotte Edwards.

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