It was the dawn of a new era for the Indian women’s cricket team after Mithali Raj bid adieu to the Cricket World Cup last week. Harmanpreet Kaur has extensive experience in leadership in the T20Is and is therefore well chosen as the ODI leader. His first assignment will be the upcoming end-overs series against Sri Lanka, which starts on May 23. On the trip, India will play three T20Is and three ODIs. T20Is will be played in Dambulla while ODIs will go ahead in Pallekele.
On Saturday, Harmanpreet Kaur and head coach Ramesh Powar held a virtual press conference where they discussed the role of Mithali Raj and what vision the team is going through.
“So, I think we set up a venue during the World Cup, where we were looking to win 300 games, but we were able to win 270-280. We will look to win more than 300 races; we have some performers who NDTV.
“We’re going to look to give young players who can make 10 bowls for us, we’re trying to do some small things. We worked on that during this camp too, we have a vision, we will see that.” full.
In response to the same question, coach Powar said: “We are looking for some consistency, we are looking for a winning attitude. For this, we are all gathered as a leader, coach, and vice president. We have already told BCCI ., And VVS Laxman who is cricket captain and a few things are happening We are trying to work on our field and fitness and take our players to the next level.We want to win the World Championships, but It is important that you build a team that can compete in every position and against every opponent. ”
When asked about the role of Mithali Raj, Harmanpreet said: “Well, as we all know it has done great for female cricket. I don’t think there is anyone who can fill this field. We are working hard on the team where we can do. “We have a great team, the first time we will be playing without our seniors and I think it’s a great opportunity for all of us to build a team.
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