WPL 2023: In this competitive, consistency is the key to success. Cricketers who are looking to have long careers need to maintain their consistency. Be it men or women cricketers, it is always important to keep the form and consistency going.
For many decades, male cricketers are the ones who have been making a significant impact for a long time now. Apart from international cricket, they also dictated the terms in domestic cricket including the IPL.
However, as the years passed, women cricketers made it a statement that they can also achieve their dreams in this field. Moreover, they have been playing top-quality cricket as well.
The Indian Premier League announced its arrival in the year 2008. Since then, India’s premier T20 competition has completed as many as 15 editions since the inception of the tournament.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) made a masterstroke move to introduce the Women’s Premier League (WPL) for the first time in the history of Indian cricket.
Delhi Capitals, Gujarat Giants, Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Bangalore, and UP Warriorz will partake in the Women’s Premier League (WPL) 2023.
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WPL 2023 will transform Women’s cricket according to the IPL chairman
The first edition of the Women’s Premier League will be held this year for the first time in history. It remains to be seen which team will win the competition.
mid this male-dominated society and sports field, female sportspersons have also been proving their mettle as well. Now, the right opportunity has come for them to showcase their strength on the big stage.
The women cricketers will be expressing their skills in the Women’s Premier League. Meanwhile, IPL chairman by the name of Arun Dhumal had some important things to say about Women’s cricket.
According to him, WPL 2023 will transform Women’s cricket globally, which is really good for the sport in the first place.
“We have seen how the IPL not only transformed cricket in India, but globally. It has made cricket more interesting and the reach has grown manifold. It is amazing how cricket has changed post-IPL,” Arun Dhumal told according to TOI.
“I am sure the same thing will happen with the WPL in terms of giving opportunities to women cricketers. It is a very very welcome change which will transform women’s cricket globally,” he added in a statement.
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