Smriti Mandhana
India women's opener Smriti Mandhana aims to perform well in the Day-Night Test.

In her first Day-Night Test, Smriti Mandhana is excited to play in Australia Women vs India Women.

Smriti Mandhana, the Indian women’s batter, has stated that she never expected to see a day-night Test. The India women’s team will play a day-night Test against the Australia women’s team at the WACA, Perth, later this year. This event is scheduled to begin on September 30 and conclude on October 3. Personally, when I used to watch day-night Tests of men, I never felt I would be able to experience this moment – it is incorrect to say “I” right now. When it was announced, I was excited because that will be incredible.

When I first played in a day-night one-day or T20 match, I was really excited. I felt like a little kid, and I remember saying, “Wow, we’re going to be able to play a day-night match.”

As part of the day-night Test match, Mandhana continued, “Now that we’re playing a day-night Test, we have a lot of things to work on, but we have a lot of excitement to be a part of it. That excitement is due to being in a day-night Test match, as well as facing Australia, our old rivals, in Australia.”

In June-July of this year, India will face England in a multi-format series that includes one day game and one night game. On this tour, there will be one Test match and one ODI for the Mithali Raj-led side.

Our entire team was excited about the first Test we played, which was against England. The last Test match I was part of was over a year ago, so we hadn’t been out in whites in a long time, and the excitement we felt at getting to play a Test match after nearly seven years was at another level,” explained Mandhana.

It’s too early right now. It’s only going to be a process. You have to get used to it. At the moment, the Duke’s ball and the England Test match are all that matters, so let’s see.”

The recent awarding of annual contracts to the women’s cricket players led to the discovery that Mandhana was among the best performers in Grade A.

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