Sania Mirza is the mentor for the RCB Women’s team in the WPL 23. Sania Mirza is an Indian tennis player. She won six major titles – three in women’s doubles and three in mixed doubles. From 2003 until she retired from singles in 2013, she was ranked by the Women’s Tennis Association as the Indian No. 1 in singles. She played her last game in Australian Open at the start of this year.
The RCB team didn’t play that well in the starting stages of the tournament. They lost 5 matches out of 6 played. They stand in the second position from the last in the points table. Ellyse Perry is their highest run scorer with 205 runs with an average of over 40. RCB had the worst start to the WPL. The heavy defeat to Mumbai Indians and Dehli Captials made them settle in the last position.
The mentor’s words to RCB Women’s team
“I honestly just told the girls that we obviously had a couple of tough matches. I just told them we need to remember why we are here and we need to remember that every day is a new opportunity. We need to enjoy the moment because it can be overwhelming,”
She further added that
“The pressure is on you, there is a lot of things on you, but the fact that you are here to play cricket, you are here to play the sport because you love it and you need to enjoy that feeling and embrace the pressure.”
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