Harmanpreet Kaur together with different gamers will participate within the ladies’s T20 problem in UAE this yr.© AFP
Indian ladies’s T20I captain Harmanpreet Kaur on Wednesday stated she needs the primary version of the ladies’s Indian Premier League (IPL) to happen in India when the ”time is true”. “I think we are definitely in the right direction towards having a women’s IPL, I feel the first edition of women’s IPL should be held in India when the time is right,” Kaur advised ANI. The 2020 version of the lads’s IPL might be performed within the UAE from September 19 – November 10.
The IPL’s Governing Council (GC) met on Sunday by way of video-conference to debate points pertaining to the IPL 2020 version. The 13th version of the event might be staged at three venues (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, and Sharjah) within the UAE.
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirmed that “Women’s T20 Challenge will also take place in the UAE and will comprise three teams with four matches to be played during the IPL Playoff week.”
Kaur admitted that the lockdown interval was a problem for her. “It was challenging since we are used to travelling, training and playing on matchdays. It is important for us to be patient at such times,” she stated.
Although gamers haven’t performed for the previous few months as a result of coronavirus pandemic, Kaur is definite that gamers can get again to their health ranges as soon as they begin coaching.
“There will not be much impact. With the right guidelines and training in place, I am sure we will hit peak fitness levels since we have been training indoors during the lockdown,” Kaur stated.
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