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Melbourne Renegades are aware of Harmanpreet’s workload, her absence will only be temporary.

Harmanpreet Kaur in Melbourne Renegades

Despite her busy schedule, coach Simon Helmot is sure she will be available for their third game in Adelaide. Here we have discussed on Harmanpreet Kaur in Melbourne Renegades in detail.

Harmanpreet Kaur, the captain of India, will miss Melbourne Renegades’ first two WBBL games in Mackay. But coach Simon Helmot is optimistic that the player will be available for their third game. Held in Adelaide despite a demanding schedule at the Asia Cup.

On Saturday in Sylhet, Harmanpreet will lead India in the women’s Asia Cup final, just one day before the Renegades face the Adelaide Strikers in north Queensland to begin their WBBL season.

With Smriti Mandhana retiring from the WBBL and Australia’s captain Meg Lanning taking an indefinite vacation from the game, workloads have become a significant problem for the top female athletes this year.

Since late June, Harmanpreet has participated in 16 T20 Internationals and six ODIs for India, as well as travels to Bangladesh for the Asia Cup and Sri Lanka for the Commonwealth Games. She also participated in the ODI World Cup, which took place in New Zealand in February and March of this year.

Helmot expressed his confidence in her ability to play for the complete WBBL

With the Renegades after the Asia Cup final. But he added that they would closely monitor her workload once she arrives in Australia. “She’s obviously very committed to the Asia Cup at the moment, so ideally as soon as that finishes, she can jump on a plane and come and join us up in Mackay or maybe in Adelaide. We anticipate her at that time, then. She is likely to miss the first two games, and after that, we’ll need to see how she is doing and how she is feeling.

She has recently played a ton of cricket.

However, after communicating with her over WhatsApp a few times recently, she is quite eager to return. She had a great time. She was the player of the series and a crucial player who contributed 15 wickets in addition to her 15 runs and her leadership of Sophie

With the growth of T20 local leagues on top of a rising international schedule that is projected to get busier over the coming years under the new women’s Future Tours Programme. Workloads have become a major topic of conversation among the senior players in the women’s game. Next year will also see the debut of a women’s IPL.

Helmot has traveled for more than ten years on the men’s international T20 circuit

so he is well aware of the importance of workload management. This year alone, he has served as a coach in the CPL and IPL. He wants the Renegades’ female players to be in charge of their own preparation so they can maintain their physical and emotional health.

Helmot admitted, “I don’t have all the answers. “However, I am aware that every single Melbourne Renegades practice starting today is optional. The majority of these girls will continue to desire training. In reality, there are occasions when I’ll need to stress the fact that they are not training. And it’s difficult.

“Some people had a lot of work before this competition. Because the 14 matches are so crucial, we shall exercise caution in how frequently. How, and with what intensity we train. I believe that the players can now make more independent choices.”

Akash Kumar
Akash Kumar
Hi! I am Akash, a professionally trained journalist who graduated from Delhi University. I have spent several years playing cricket at the State level for Jharkhand. My passion for cricket and thrive to explore truth via journalism helped me to develop a character called – Sports Journalist. My contribution towards writing would be always out of the true spirit that longs for the game that Indians like the most.

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