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WPL’s most expensive uncapped player roars, this batsman dreams of taking wickets in the league

Big statement of fast bowler Kashvi Gautam

WPL 2024: The auction of female players for the second season of the Women’s Premier League has taken place. Indian uncapped player Kashvi Gautam made the most headlines in this auction. Fast bowler Kashvi Gautam has been bought by Gujarat Joints in the auction for Rs 2 crore. This uncapped player has now given a big statement. Kashvi Gautam has named the player whose wicket he would be most happy to take.

Kashvi Gautam has his eyes on the wicket of this player

Fast bowler Kashvi Gautam said that taking the wicket of Australian opener Alyssa Healy in the upcoming season of the Women’s Premier League will give her the greatest pleasure. Gautam, who hails from Chandigarh, is also capable of batting aggressively. Gautam said that it is unbelievable right now. I was traveling in the team bus after practice and one of my teammates told me about the auction. The amount increased and I was selected.

Said this for Mithali Raj

Regarding Joints’ mentor and Mithali Raj, who was present during the auction, Kashvi Gautam said that this is a big opportunity for me to show my skills. We all consider Mithali ji as our ideal. This will be a great opportunity for me to interact with them and learn their tricks. Gautam was asked about which player he is excited to bowl to, he said, I think Alyssa Healy or any other foreign player like Hayley Mathews.

Eye on making a place in Team India

Kashvi Gautam is confident that by performing well in the Women’s Premier League, she will be successful in making her debut for India. He said that when you start, you have some doubts in your mind but as you move forward, you start getting the fruits of your hard work. Now the picture is clear before me. I know that I want to move forward and play for India and do well there.


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