Alyssa Healy, Suzie Bates unhappy as proposed women’s IPL dates clash with WBBL

Indian ladies’ cricket invited the thought of an extended four-group T20 Challenge, in UAE, during men’s IPL 2020. Be that as it may, numerous abroad stars like Australia’s Alyssa Healy and Rachael Haynes and New Zealand’s Suzie Bates reacted in any case inferable from conflict in dates with the Women’s Big Bash League.

On Sunday, BCCI President Sourav Ganguly uncovered that “the ladies’ IPL is especially on”. The four-group occasion is probably going to be played from November 1 to 10 inferring that the Indian players won’t be accessible for the WBBL which will at that point be into the last phases of the version.

“So during the WBBL…. cool,” Alyssa Healy, Australia’s wicketkeeper player, said wryly in a tweet. “So the Indian players who’ve just marked WBBL agreements will do what? And all the universal marquee players that will be in Australia for WBBL? Good karma with it.

Hamranpreet Kaur, Smriti Mandhana, Jemima Rodrigues and Shafali Verma are the presumable Indian possibility for the WBBL this season.

“The IPL needn’t bother with the marquee players. It’s as of now huge. The ladies’ arrangement anyway does. The WBBL and BBL don’t run at the same time so for what reason does the IPL and WIPL need to?” addressed Healy.

“Assuming valid, it’s a disgrace,” said Rachael Haynes in a tweet. “While the game keeps on developing, head residential rivalries don’t have to contend with one another. They can be utilized to feature the game and bolster its improvement around the globe.”

Bates, communicating her disappointment, joined the two Aussies in tweeting, “What an enormous disgrace for both the WBBL and WIPL rivalries there is a conflict.” England’s Charlotte Edwards, in the interim, worried on the significance of having a window for all the ladies’ competitions. “Should be a window for Women’s IPL, WBBL and The Hundred. All have a huge impact in increasing the expectations and developing the game.”

A year ago, the Australians had missed the Women’s T20 Challenge as the group was to participate in a pre-Ashes camp in Brisbane during that period.

Then, veteran Indian cricketer Jhulan Hoswami came in suppoprt of BCCI’s choice saying, “I think as an Indian player and taking a gander at the Indian ladies’ down, the BCCI doing this is gigantically welcome. We need this for each lady who plays the game in India. These are difficult stretches. What’s more, except if our board bolsters us the game will endure.”

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