Since India’s humiliating loss to England in the 2022 T20 World Cup semifinals, there has been discussion about whether Indian players should be permitted to compete in international T20 leagues.
Rahul Dravid, the head coach of India, may have stated that he opposes allowing nationals to play in foreign leagues in a manner that could conflict with the domestic first class season, but it appears that there are other voices who feel that this can be done in a selective manner. In the 2022 T20 World Cup semi-final on Thursday, England defeated India by a margin of ten wickets. BBL players Alex Hales and Jos Buttler made a joke of the 169-run mark that had been set for them.
Stephen Fleming, a former captain of New Zealand and the current head coach of Chennai Super Kings, has stated that India can permit players to play in leagues based on the locations of future T20 World Cups. When you hear the commentators discuss Hales and his experiences at the venue (Adelaide Oval), it might be something to take into account, according to Fleming on ESPNcricinfo.
It appears that some of these players who compete internationally are gaining really valuable experience by competing in these domestic tournaments, which they can then draw upon and feel much more at ease.
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