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India's Elite Women's Pro Basketball League Expands with Three Additional Try-outs
The Hyderabad try-out is scheduled from 9th to 11th June, followed by the Mumbai try-out from 16th to 18th June, and the final try-out in Kolkata from 23rd to 25th June 2023.
India's pioneering Elite Women's Pro Basketball League is set to scale new heights as it announced three additional try-outs in Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Kolkata. The league, which aims to provide a professional platform for women basketball players, is witnessing an overwhelming response from across the country.
The first try-out took place in Noida, drawing a remarkable turnout of over 250 athletes. Buoyed by the immense interest and demand for more opportunities, the league organizers have now scheduled three more try-outs. The Hyderabad try-out is scheduled from 9th to 11th June, followed by the Mumbai try-out from 16th to 18th June, and the final try-out in Kolkata from 23rd to 25th June 2023.
The selection process will be overseen by a distinguished panel of top Indian coaches, who will evaluate players based on their skills, adaptability to different team dynamics, and strategic prowess. The chosen athletes will be drafted into the league's six teams, comprising a total of 72 players.
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Mr. Sunny Bhandarkar, CEO of Elite Women's Pro Basketball League, expressed his enthusiasm for the growing interest in the sport and the league, stating,
"The Noida try-outs were a tremendous success, and the subsequent demand for more try-outs has been overwhelming. Within just two days of opening registrations, we have already received over 200 entries. It's high time we establish a women's basketball league in India, providing them with a platform to showcase their skills and contribute to the development of basketball in our country."
The Elite Women's Pro Basketball League aims to revolutionize women's basketball in India, creating a pathway for players to turn professional and elevating the sport to new heights. With these additional try-outs, aspiring players from Hyderabad, Mumbai, and Kolkata will have an unprecedented opportunity to join the league and make their mark on the Indian basketball scene.
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