The Indian girls's cricket workforce misplaced to Australia within the ultimate of the ICC T20 World Cup this 12 months. The workforce led by Harmanpreet Kaur had finished nicely within the league stage however within the ultimate the workforce was burdened with expectations and their dream of turning into champion for the primary time was shattered. Former Indian workforce captain Anjum Chopra believes that the thought of a full-fledged girls's IPL within the nation remains to be within the 'early phases' and if we had succeeded in successful the World Cup title, it may have turn out to be a actuality quickly. <! –
Anjum, one of many profitable girls cricketers of the nation, stated that successful the World Cup title would deliver a generational change in girls's sports activities in India.
He advised PTI-language, 'Women's IPL remains to be within the preliminary stage. It began with a match. Last 12 months, there have been 4 matches within the Women's T20 Challenge and this time there have been to be seven matches. Progress is being made on this matter.
Anjum stated, 'If the ladies's workforce had received the World Cup (T20) title this 12 months, the variety of matches would have been extra. There is loads of distinction between being the winner and runner-up.
Chopra, who turned the primary feminine cricketer to finish 100 in ODIs, has represented India in six World Cups. He additionally credited the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the fast development of girls's sports activities.
He stated, 'The ICC has additionally assessed the Indian viewers. More than 80,000 spectators arrived on the Melbourne floor to observe the ultimate of the T20 World Cup. Obviously, this can increase morale.
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Significantly, within the World Cup ultimate, Australia received the report for the fifth time by beating India round. The Indian workforce couldn’t bear the strain of the large match and the batsmen bought out cheaply and returned to the pavilion.