Jemimah Rodrigues
Eight Indian players in the WBBL illustrate that India has a lot of skill, according to Jemimah Rodrigues

In the recently concluded Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), eight Indian players showed how much skill India has, according to Jemimah Rodrigues, a middle-order batsman.

Rodrigues, who batted in the middle order for India in the recently ended Women’s Big Bash League (WBBL), claimed that eight Indian players in the tournament prove how much quality the country has. While playing for the Melbourne Renegades in the recent WBBL, Jemimah was a force to be reckoned with in the inaugural edition of The Hundred, continuing her fine form.

“Yes, I intend to continue in the same vein. That would be a dream come true for anyone. It’s more enjoyable to do it in Indian colors and my ultimate goal is to assist the team win and perform according to my assigned role. I’m looking forward to the next year, which is going to be a hectic one, but I’m pleased about it “As part of the signing of an agreement with Hyundai, Jemimah spoke to ANI at an event in which she and Smriti Mandhana, Taniyya Bhatiya and Shafali Verma were also present.

“We spent a long time in Australia, so I believe it will be a blessing for us all. Eight Indians participated in the WBBL, and it tells us a lot about the quality of skill in India. All of us are extremely looking forward to it and can’t wait to represent India once more “She went on to say that.

Smriti Mandhana and Jemimah have formed a close friendship over the years. Jemimah was gushing about Mandhana’s century in the day-night Test match against Australia.

“Even in one-day internationals, I believe Smriti Mandhana scored 80 or whatever. Even though she was batting incredibly well, she had twice the pressure in the day-night test to turn that 80 into a 100. She was on the verge of a nervous breakdown since she was batting about 80 or so. When Smriti onto the field, she had one of her best innings. It was effortless, and seeing her bat made me quite happy “Jemimah made the comment.

“All of your actions will be scrutinized. I’ve learned a lot, but I really enjoy the sport, so I keep playing it. Doing the things I have been doing is all I need to do “The 21-year-old tacked on to it.

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