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CSK is considering owning a team in the Women’s IPL

Chennai Super Kings (CSK), an Indian Premier League (IPL) club, is considering forming a women’s squad for the proposed women’s IPL. Kasi Viswanathan, the chief executive officer of CSK, claimed that they would make a decision after the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) decided to have the women’s IPL.

Viswanathan also stated that they have always had around nine former first-class players working as talent scouts who regularly monitor domestic games. He also stated that the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) has aided the club “much” by producing 14 IPL players.

Viswanathan also discussed CSK’s poor performance in this year’s IPL, admitting that supporters were upset. However, he stated that the fans understand the game and that such stages may occur along the way. Meanwhile, in response to rumors of a schism between Ravindra Jadeja and the franchise, Viswanathan stated that everything is OK.

CSK had a disappointing IPL 2022 season, finishing ninth on the table after winning only four of 14 games. They had the fewest wins, along with the Mumbai Indians (MI), who finished last on the table.