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Former IPL Chairman has an advice for Women’s IPL

Former IPL Chairman has an advice for Women IPL

Lalit Modi, the former chairman of the Indian Premier League (IPL), has opined that at least one of the IPL franchises should invest in the Women’s IPL. While talking to NDTV Sports, he has stated that it should be made mandatory for a franchise to have a woman franchise.

He believes Women’s IPL will not be much-watched, however, feels that his idea might take the contest to the top soon. Praising the initiative, he said women’s cricket will soon be rising in the region.

Lalit Modi has some advice to make Women’s IPL successful

“If an IPL franchise owner is able to have a women’s team, you’ll see the bench strength in Indian women’s cricket go up. You’ll see investment in women’s cricket by owners who are already making good money now. Amazing step. It’s a big boost to the women’s game and I am really glad,”

Women’s IPL is on the papers for a long and now the fans await implementation. The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) announced the tournament to be launched in 2023 and is much determined about its initiation as scheduled.

If it happens, there will be two IPLs in a year. The two-month window by late March is already occupied by men’s IPL, and if Women’s IPL is successful, an almost four-month window in a year will be dedicated to the cash-rich league.

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