Richa Ghosh and Shefali Verma are unconventional batters who prefer to play short balls: Mr. Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of India, thinks that Shefali Verma and Richa Ghosh, the team’s young openers, are able to try new strokes and give the squad a unique flavour because they weren’t raised in the same mould as certain stalwarts.
In their Women’s T20 World Cup group encounter on Wednesday, middle-order batswoman Richa (44 not out off 32 balls) and opener Shefali (28 off 23 balls) both played some risky shots and scored quick runs as India overcame the West Indies by six wickets with 11 balls remaining.
The two young players love playing short balls, according to Harmanpreet, in contrast to traditional hitters who favour conservative strokes like drives and cuts.
Harmanpreet praised the two after they each contributed crucial batsmanship innings, saying, “Well, they (Shefali and Richa) are someone who really likes to play short balls. They don’t play drives and such moves like the traditional Indian batters do. They have been playing for the senior team for a considerable amount of time, and I believe they truly appreciate the short balls.

This news is written by Miss. Ankita, Associate, All India Legal Forum.


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