Team India Women’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur stated that there is no pressure on the players ahead of the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa.



Harmanpreet Kaur stated that they there is no pressure on the players for the ICC Women’s T20 World Cup in South Africa. She claimed that they will look to appreciate and perform to the best of their potential.

The Women in Blue are presently engaged in a 3-match T20 tri-series to prepare for the international event. The Asian giants are still victorious in the triangular series and have recorded an ultimate date with host South African Women.

India will expect to get the right fusion in an upcoming couple of games before the tournament begins.

Talking on the Star Sports show “Belief in Blue,” Harmanpreet emphasized how they will technique the game as they look to succeed in their maiden ICC trophy.

She said:

“I think, for the past few years we have been traveling, so there won’t be much difference to us. But recently, we had a camp in Bangalore where the ball was good, we trained especially in a few areas we wanted to work. Before that, we have tri-series, in the tri-series, we will have enough time to get settled in those conditions.”

She added:

“Now we aren’t thinking of too many things, how it’s going to work or not going to work. We only think about whether we can do it or not and which areas we feel that we can improve on even one percent every day.”

The aggressive batter also add:

“So, I think other than just thinking about whether it’s going to work or not going to work, we just want to go there and enjoy our cricket.”

India will initiate their Women’s T20 World Cup campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan at Newlands in Cape Town on February 12, Sunday.

The 2 Asian sides are established alongside England, the West Indies, and Ireland in Group B of the match. At the same time, Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, and Bangladeshare clubbed under Group A.

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