Ramesh Pawar, the head coach of the Indian women’s team, said on Tuesday that he has overcome differences with captain Mithali Raj by forgetting the 2018 public controversy in order to take the team to new heights. Former India off-spinner Pawar was the coach of the Indian women’s team, but he was removed from the post after India’s defeat at the hands of England in the T20 World Cup semi-final against England, his and captain Mithali’s differences then became public. .
Returned only after talking to Mithali
In the interview, the Indian captain said that she has forgotten that incident and has moved on and coach Pawar said the same thing. Pawar said before the team’s departure for the England tour, “I want to put a stop to all the speculation.” We talked to each other otherwise I do not return to women’s cricket. We have big goals, big picture, a responsibility and a chance.
Powar said – we are professional people
The coach is sure that with the return of women’s Test cricket, there is a golden opportunity for the players to take the game forward. He said, ‘This is a golden opportunity for me, Mithali and the entire team to take women’s cricket forward. I do not think we will pay attention to small things again. We are so professional that we know how to move forward. You all know me I have been with NCA, been with Rahul Dravid, so you know how disciplined Rahul is.
Tour with Indian Men’s Team
This will be the first Test match for the Indian team after seven years. After the Test match in Bristol, the team has to participate in two T20 and three ODI series. The men’s team will face New Zealand in the final of the World Test Championship from 18 June. Captain Mithali Raj said on Tuesday that traveling with the Indian men’s team would give inexperienced women’s team players an opportunity to meet the challenges of this format ahead of the only Test match against England starting on 16 June.
(With input from agencies)