Published: August 2, 2020 7:25:23 pm
After BCCI president Sourav Ganguly confirmed on Sunday that an expanded four-team Women’s T20 Challenger series is in the works, worldwide gamers have shared their issues about it.
The ladies’s Challenger series is more likely to be held over the past section of the Indian Premier League (IPL), i.e; the primary week of November this yr. However, with the WBBL scheduled from October 17 to November 29, a number of gamers from Australia, together with Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes reacted sharply to the event.
But due to the potential schedule of the match, the Indian gamers may not be accessible to play within the Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL) in Australia. Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami, amongst different Indian gamers, welcomed the transfer.
“So during the WBBL…. cool,” Alyssa Healy, Australia’s wicketkeeper batter, stated in a tweet. “So the Indian players who’ve already signed WBBL contracts will do what? And all the international marquee players that will be in Australia for WBBL? Good luck with it.”
So the Indian gamers who’ve already signed wbbl contracts will do what? And all of the worldwide marquee gamers that will probably be in aus for wbbl? Good luck with it…..
— Alyssa Healy (@ahealy77) August 2, 2020
“The IPL doesn’t need the marquee players. It’s already large. The women’s format however does. The WBBL and BBL don’t run simultaneously so why does the IPL and WIPL have to?” questioned Healy.
Harmanpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Jemima Rodrigues, and Shafali Verma are the potential candidates for the WBBL, however the current growth will put their participation at the hours of darkness.
“If true, it’s a shame,” wrote Rachael Haynes in a tweet. “While the game continues to grow, premier domestic competitions do not need to compete against each other. They can be used to showcase the game and support its development around the world.”
Agree. If true, it’s a disgrace… whereas the sport continues to develop, premier home competitions don’t must compete towards one another. They can be utilized to showcase the sport and assist its growth all over the world.
— Rachael Haynes (@RachaelHaynes) August 2, 2020
New Zealand’s Suzie Bates additionally shared her discontentment with the announcement on social media. “What a huge shame for both the WBBL and WIPL competitions there is a clash,” she replied to Healy’s tweet.
What an enormous disgrace for each the WBBL and WIPL competitions there’s a conflict.
— Suzie Bates (@SuzieWBates) August 2, 2020
England’s Charlotte Edwards, in the meantime, pressured the significance of getting a window for all the ladies’s tournaments.
Needs to be a window for Women’s IPL, WBBL and The Hundred. All play a large half in elevating the requirements and rising the sport. https://t.co/biiShKjfRw
— Charlotte Edwards (@C_Edwards23) August 2, 2020
Meanwhile, famend Indian cricketers like Mithali Raj, Jhulan Goswami, and Poonam Yadav got here out in assist of the proposed series.
Aside from the T20 Challenge, BCCI is understanding a schedule the place India Women are more likely to have two full-fledged white-ball series towards South Africa and West Indies earlier than enjoying the ODI World Cup in New Zealand subsequent yr, based on PTI.
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