Suresh Raina called women’s IPL an important step in the direction of cricket, said- I want my daughter to grow up to become a cricketer and play IPL
Former India batsman Suresh Raina said that the women’s IPL is an important step in the direction of cricket. He said that senior players should play more and more domestic cricket for better performance.
Suresh Raina said that women’s IPL is an important step in the direction of cricket. This will give a boost to women’s cricket. I myself also want my daughter to grow up to be a cricketer and play IPL. Regarding the men’s IPL, he said that the maximum number of players from Uttar Pradesh are participating in the IPL auction.
Raina said that senior players should play more and more domestic cricket to perform better. This will increase the number of spectators in domestic cricket. Shivam Mavi is currently playing domestic cricket despite being a part of the Indian team. This will inspire other cricketers to play domestic cricket. This was said by former cricketer Suresh Raina who came to watch the Ranji match on Thursday. Former bowler Praveen Kumar was also present with him.
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The soil of Meerut is preparing fast bowlers
Suresh Raina said that many players from the land of Meerut are shining at the international level at this time. A batch of fast bowlers is being prepared from the land of Meerut. From Praveen Kumar to Bhuvaneshwar, Sudeep Tyagi, Karthik Tyagi and now Shivam Mavi have taken this trend forward. Batsmen are also getting good from Meerut. Batsmen like Priyam Garg, Sameer Rizvi are constantly knocking for the Indian team.