Top 5 Players To Watch Out For In Tata WPL
As the TATA Women’s Premier League (WPL) is around the corner let’s look at the top 5 indian players to watch out for who can leave a very big impact in the very first season of the TATA WPL 2023.
All these players will be very excited and look to give their best shot possible and help their team get close to the maiden WPL title. These players have played top quality cricket at the international level let’s see how they go about in the Tata WPL.
1. Smriti Mandhana
Smriti Mandhana was sold to RCB for whopping Rs 3.40 crores after a tough bidding war with Mumbai Indians. She also became the the most expensive player in the tata WPL 2023. She averages around 28 with the career strike rate of 124 in the t20is.
2. Harmanpreet Kaur
Harmanpreet kaur played a magnificent innings in the t20 world Cup 2023 semi-final against Australia but couldn’t manage to take india to the due to bizarre runout.
She was sold to the mumbai Indians for Rs. 1.80 crores after a three way bidding war between Mumbai Indians, Royal Challengers Banglore and delhi capitals.
3. Jemimah Rodriguez
Jemimah Rodriguez was signed by the delhi capitals for Rs. 2.2 crores. She can be a very impactful player for the DC. She recently scored a magnificent fifty against Pakistan in a match winning cause in India’s first match of the t20 world Cup 2023.
4. Shafali Verma
The 18 year old Indian batter was sold to the delhi capitals for Rs. 2 crores after a intense bidding war with the Royal challengers banglore.
She captained the Indian women’s U19 team in the recently concluded Women’s U19 world Cup 2023 and took them to victory in South Africa. She can be a serious threat for the other teams in the tata wpl 2023.
5. Renuka Singh
The right arm medium pacer from India was sold to Royal challengers banglore for Rs 1.5 crores in the wpl auction. She’s the new emerging youngster in the Indian setup.
She has delivered impactful performances in the games she recently played for India. Renuka Singh managed to enter the record books by taking a magnificent five wicket haul against England. England batters were hardly able to deal with Renuka Singh’s fiery spell. She finished with the figures of 5/27 taking 3 wickets inside the powerplay.