After the T20 world cup which ended up badly for the India women’s team, Sunil Gavaskar opens up and suggests the Board of Cricket Council India (BCCI) look into IPL for women. He strongly believes and makes comments about the start of women’s IPL after press meet from Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian women team captain. Harmanpreet said she had full confidence in the current team, and Sunny supports her statements to further expand the real talent.
Gavaskar in his note urges the BCCI backed by former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly to think about the women’s IPL. He comments that it might not be possible for this year; however, the chances are more likely to kick start the next year, in case a positive decision is made. He presents his gratitude to the Indian women who have taken the nation to the finals in the T20 world cup after the rain abandoned play in semi-finals.
It was a wonderful show put up by the women in the league stage of the world cup 2020, however, it ended up with disappointment after an 85-run loss against Australia at the MCG. All the talent comes from different parts of India, including the so-called rural areas in the country, said Gavaskar. It’s better if we tap the talent by promoting women’s IPL, like the way we found heroes for the men’s team, he added.