WPL 2023 Auction: From appointing Female as auctioneer to selling media rights for whooping amount what’s new for Women’s cricket?

WPL 2023

By introducing the full-fledged WPL edition, which will be played in Mumbai for 22 days, BCCI has made a significant contribution to the modernizing of women’s cricket.

The hidden title will be up for grabs between five franchises.

As the auction will take place tomorrow, several teams and their support personnel will be eagerly trying to put together the ideal team that can compete in a real tournament.

Every time it has made a statement, BCCI has made sure that the per-match value, media rights, and franchises acquiring teams for whopping amounts have all been of the highest calibre.

For the first time in T20 League history, Malvika Advani has been chosen to serve as the female auctioneer.

It is a historic occasion in and of itself, and other landmarks will be reached after the auction.

It is a significant milestone when teams are registered at all basic pricing or when 60 Indian women players are selected for the WPL main event.

The auction for the Women’s Premier League in 2023 will also be focused on selecting captains for each franchise rather than just players.

Those vying for the captaincy include Harmanpret Kaur, Shafali Verma, Smriti Mandhana, Meg Laning, and Sophie Devine.

The Women’s Premier League 2023 will undoubtedly continue their supremacy from the upcoming editions, where they will concentrate on scheduling games across various places.