With the Indian Premier League tournament, the talents of many emerging cricketers are coming to light. It has become a great platform for young cricketers to enter international cricket. Accordingly, this short format cricket is very popular all over the world. In this context, Team India women’s T20 captain Harman Preet Kaur wants to have an IPL tournament for women as well. Like many, she is looking forward to the Women’s IPL and hopes that her dream will come true soon. Harman’s all-round talent at the Women’s Big Bash Tournament in Australia. Representing the Melbourne Renegades, she scored 399 runs in 14 matches and took 15 wickets. With this, he won the Player of the Tournament award. Harmanpreet is the first woman cricketer from India to receive this award.
Speaking on the occasion she said .. ‘This is a big achievement in my career. Thanks to the team and support team who supported me. I try my best to give the team what it expects from me. I think my performance will inspire some more women cricketers. It would be good for us as men to have a full-fledged IPL tournament. Many women cricketers along with me are eagerly awaiting for this tournament. We hope that our dream will come true soon. It is our responsibility to give the best performance in the tournament. The management of the IPL depends on the decision of the BCCI and the IPL Board.
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