Kohli or Dhoni? RCB Royal Challengers Bangalore Ellyse Perry’s answer on who she would like to open the batting with has gone viral – watch

The Women’s Premier League is a pioneering tournament in many ways. The T20 competition is the first women’s franchise-based league in India, modeled on the successful Indian Premier League (IPL). The league has given the world’s top international cricketers an opportunity to compete shoulder-to-shoulder against each other, which will act as inspiration for homegrown Indian talent, but will also provide learning opportunities by sharing a dressing room with the best in the world .

Royal Challengers Bangalore definitely have a dugout that is not short of star power at all. Led by Smriti Mandhana, the team includes top players like Sophie Devine, Ellyse Perry, Heather Knight, Richa Ghosh and Meghan Schutt among other star cricketers.

However, when Perry, who has represented Australia in both FIFA and the Cricket World Cup, was asked if she would ever be impressed by anyone, she said she would be calmer if she came across tennis legend Roger Federer. It would be difficult to stay. ,

In another interesting question asked to Perry, he was asked to choose between MS Dhoni and Virat Kohli as his opening partner and his response was pure gold. The 32-year-old said that she would rather see the two of them bat together than partner with either of them.

The video of this conversation was shared on the official website of Bangalore.

Check out the video here:

As far as the cricketing action is concerned, it hasn’t been the best of starts for the Bangalore franchise as they have lost two matches in a row. They are now up against Gujarat Giants on Wednesday who are looking for their first win in WPL 2023.

Mumbai Indians are currently on top of the points table with 2 wins out of 2 and a net run rate of +5.185 while Delhi Capitals also won both their matches, their net run rate is +2.550 which has placed them at the second spot.

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