Left-handed pacer Monica Patel and station wagon jumping on his feet Si Pratyusha were out of the game. India Women The lineup for the England tour was announced Friday. The Karnataka duo received their first call to the national team during ODI vs South Africa, in a losing streak with a score of 4: 1.
The head coach of their state team, Mamata Maben, believes that young people should pull themselves together after disappointment and work on themselves. According to her, young people have the opportunity to bridge the gap that they may face in terms of playing at the highest level.
Talking about how this announcement might affect her protégé, Mamata Maben said:
“It could have had an impact. They’ve been there for one episode and now they’ve figured out what will definitely have an impact. But if they are wise enough, they will probably realize that at this level they have 20% room for improvement. “
On their return to home cricket, the duo failed to impress, only hitting one wicket between themselves when Karnataka was knocked out by Jharkhand in the tournament’s quarterfinals. Ladies’ prize in one day for adults earlier this year.
Mamata Maben, however, believes this ordeal will serve as a lesson for a couple of young cricketers who are still in their early 20s. Preferring to look on the bright side, this is what she said:
“There are a lot of positives in this and I want them to look at those aspects and say, ‘Yes, we went there and we have a lot to learn and we have to work under the guidance of the best coaches, the best coaches.’ , the best of physiotherapists. Their vision would definitely broaden and they would get an idea of what it takes to keep themselves there. This is what I would like them both to pick up and grow. “
Both Patel and Pratyusha are likely to be reinforced with the confidence that their coach wants to show in them at an uncertain stage in their careers. Mamata Maben believes that this pair has “80% of the shares.”
“I would say that this was the opportunity they presented and they took advantage of it and they had a lot of learning experience that I think they will feel that there is a 20% gap or a gap, but they are 80% there. And if they are honest with themselves, they will earn that 20% in the next year or so, and they should be ready. Because they came forward. It’s not that they didn’t perform at all, ”added Mamata Maben.
“We would love to have someone for 4-5 years if you want to see real growth” – Mamata Maben on the constant change of coaches India Women
Ramesh Povar was announced as the head coach of Indian women on Thursday, returning for a second term after a public altercation with Mitali Raj ended with his contract not being renewed. The return of the 42-year-old athlete to this position is associated with a successful Vijay Hazare Trophy campaign as a coach Mumbai men’s team.
As for Mamata Maben, SAS, with all its wisdom, would recommend a suitable candidate for this position.
“At the end of the day, whoever CAC chooses would pick the best candidate, and that’s what India needs. In their opinion, Ramesh Povar is someone who can handle it and he was a famous trainer. He recently led Mumbai to the Vijay Hazare Trophy. In the limited time he was with us, he made an impact. Another thing is that there were problems with management. He also made a positive impact on the team, ”said former India captain Mamata Maben.
However, Mamata Maben suggested that a little stability would go a long way in helping the team achieve real growth. It is important for a team to work with the same coach over a long period of time if they want to show their best, she said.
“At the end of the day, we would like to have someone for 4-5 years if you want to see real growth. Unfortunately, this did not happen, because there are some problems that eventually show up. I feel like most of them are related to people management issues. In the end, if you have someone for 3-4 years, only then will this stability come, ”added Mamata Maben.
Ramesh Povar’s first appointment as head coach will be the upcoming England tour, starting with the team’s first test in 7 years, on June 16 in Bristol. They will also face the British in three T20I and three ODI events each, ending on July 15 in Chelmsford.
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