Captain Mithali Raj, who is disappointed with the defeat of the Indian Women’s Cricket Team in the ICC Women’s World Cup final, says that this is the right time for organizing the IPL for women. Mithali said that there should be a league like women’s Big Bash League in India. This will give women cricket players a good performance and they will be able to improve their game. It is notable that England defeated India by nine runs in the final match played at Lord’s Cricket Ground on Sunday.
Mithali said, “With the experience at Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), two players of our team, Smriti Mandhana and Harmanpreet Kaur have improved very much in the game. If more and more players take part in this kind of league, then this will give them a good experience, If you ask me, this time is the best time to start the IPL for women. ”
Indian captain Mithali Raj believes that the future of Indian women cricket in the country is bright and the stage for future generation has been prepared. Mitali said, “These girls have actually set up a platform for the future generation of India, they have opened the way for women’s cricket and they should be proud of themselves. I have seen the change that these girls have done. ” Thirty-four-year-old Mithali admitted that his team failed to save themselves from scattering under pressure but she said that she is proud of the team in the way the team competed in the tournament.