Sydney Thunder, the defending Women’s Big Bash League champions, have completed an outstanding signing by bringing in Indian batter Smriti Mandhana and allrounder Deepti Sharma ahead of their championship defence in October.
Mandhana, who just posted her best one-day international score of the year, is poised to play for her third WBBL club, after earlier stints with the Brisbane Heat and the Hobart Hurricanes.
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“Having a lot of experience playing in foreign competitions, particularly in the T20 format, is very beneficial,” Mandhana remarked. “Of course, you share a great deal of experience with one another… with all of the gamers from all over the globe… so you get a great deal of knowledge.” Instead of seeing it as a source of ‘pressure,’ I see it as a chance to learn and get used to it since the pressure only increases when you compete in international cricket.”
Smriti Is Overjoyed With Her Choice.
Mandhana, 25, expressed her delight at being given another chance to compete in the WBBL and expressed excitement at the prospect of taking on the task of becoming the WBBL’s star foreign player.
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