Nida Dar: For the sport to be competitive, we need more international competitions

Jan 22, 2023

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IN ORDER  to close the gap between Pakistan’s players and the best in the world, all-rounder Nida Dar has urged for greater opportunities for them both domestically and internationally.

While they are not the only team to experience this because of the enormous strength and depth of the home team, Pakistan are now touring Australia and suffered losses in the first two ODIs by large margins of eight and 10 wickets, respectively. Having defeated India in the group stage, they advanced to the Asia Cup semifinals the previous year when they fell to Sri Lanka by one run.

After beginning the tour with 4 for 46 against the Governor-XI, General’s Dar, who previously played for Sydney Thunder during the 2019 WBBL, has top-scored in both games with 59 and 24 before being unluckily run out in the second game when a straight drive deflected off Kim Garth’s fingers and into the non-stumps. striker’s

Prior to the final ODI, Dar stated in Sydney, “We need more matches to reduce the gap with the best teams. “We’ve always wanted to play competitive [cricket], and the only way we can get better is by competing against the greatest teams frequently.

With the start of the WIPL in March, the women’s game is on the cusp of experiencing an era-defining moment. There is a lot of curiosity in how the auction will go because Australians are expected to play a significant role. The TV rights were sold this week for a hefty fee, which was close to $1 million USD each game.

The current political climate between the two nations would prevent Pakistan’s players from participating in that competition, which makes other possibilities throughout the world even more crucial for them.

A crucial part of that is the start of the Pakistan women’s T20 league, which had been intended to run concurrently with the men’s PSL but has now been postponed under the new PCB management in the hopes that it may start in its own window in September.

With the start of the WIPL in March, the women’s game is on the cusp of experiencing an era-defining moment. There is a lot of curiosity in how the auction will go because Australians are expected to play a significant role. The TV rights were sold this week for a hefty fee, which was close to $1 million USD each game.

However, given the political climate between the two nations, Pakistan’s players won’t be allowed to participate in that championship, making other possibilities throughout the world even more crucial for them.

The start of the Pakistan women’s T20 league, which was originally going to run concurrently with the men’s PSL but has now been postponed under the new PCB management in the hopes that it may begin in its own window in September, is crucial to that.

As they have done during past matches between the teams, the Pakistani players are utilizing their time in Australia to learn as much as they can about the home squad.

Three T20I matches in Sydney, Hobart, and Canberra will come after the ODI series, serving as practice for the T20 World Cup that will take place next month.

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