Melbourne. Australia’s star cricketer Alyssa Healy hopes that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will use the money of Rs 12.7 thousand crore recently received from two new franchise teams of the Indian Premier League (IPL) to start the women’s IPL. will do. The board has got a huge amount from the auction of 2 new IPL teams Lucknow and Ahmedabad. From IPL 2022 (IPL 2022), 10 teams will land instead of 8. Before this mega auction is also going to happen. From next season, 74 matches will be played instead of 60.
Alyssa Healy told The Australian, ‘BCCI has received about $2 billion and it is expected that some of this money will be used for women’s cricket and perhaps in the near future the women’s IPL.’ “We want to see it happen,” he said. We want to see world cricket going really strong and that will be the next step. It would be great for India to show the world the level of its young players in a tournament.
Indian women players playing in Australia
The 3-team Women’s T20 Challenge to be held along with the men’s IPL did not take place this year. Alyssa Healy said, ‘From a personal point of view it was disappointing that they postponed the women’s exhibition tournament.’ Several Indian players, including India’s T20 team captain Harmanpreet Kaur and Smriti Mandhana, are part of the Women’s Big Bash League to be held in Australia and Healy feels that this will boost the demand for women’s IPL in India.
8 teams play in Women’s Big Bash
He said, “Hopefully this will start the conversation about women’s IPL in India. I know they will be really excited to see more of those exhibition matches.’ Women’s Big Bash is being organized in IPL for many years. In this 8 teams come and women players from all over the world are involved in it.