Mumbai Indians’ Owner Nita Ambani Hails WPL 2024

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Mumbai Indians’ Owner Nita Ambani Hails WPL 2024

| Updated: March 13, 2024 15:59

As the Mumbai Indians wrapped up their final league phase match in this season’s Women’s Premier League (WPL), team owner Nita M Ambani was present in Delhi to extend her support.

Ambani praised the WPL, calling it an excellent opportunity for young girls to compete with top-tier players worldwide. “What a platform for our girls to perform. These girls are getting to play with the best in the world and it is such a heart-warming feeling,” she said.

She singled out Sajeevan Sajana, one of the team’s breakout stars this year, for special mention. “I saw Sajana getting the award. She is a graduate in political science, her father is an autorickshaw driver and she chose to play cricket. I hope this sets an example for parents to encourage their girls to choose what profession they wish. Not only for cricket, WPL is an example for girls in all kinds of sports,” Ambani added.

Nita Ambani owner of Mumbai Indians during match nineteen of the Women’s Premier League 2024 between Mumbai Indians and Royal Challengers Bangalore held at the Arun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi on the 12th March 2024 Photo by Prashant Bhoot / Sportzpics for WPL

Ambani attributed the success of the Mumbai Indians to the ethos of #OneFamily and the positive atmosphere within the team. “I have been in cricket since 2010 and watching these girls play is one of my most heart-warming experiences. MI is known to be a family and all I tell them is go out, do your best and enjoy yourself,” she said.

MI’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur, the team’s leading run-scorer this year, put on a spirited performance of 95* in MI’s match against Gujarat Giants, the highest score in this edition so far. Ambani credited Harmanpreet and the team’s support staff, led by Head Coach Charlotte Edwards and Mentor and Bowling coach Jhulan Goswami, for the team’s success.

“I must say that as One Family, Harmanpreet has really led from the front. Look at the last game she played, just fabulous. Our dressing room atmosphere has been fantastic with our support staff led by Charlotte and Jhulan. I think that comes on to the field. MI is One Family and we play as one,” Ambani concluded.

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