Heera Group to be the title sponsors of T10 League
In recent developments of the tournament, the Heera Group of Hyderabad has bagged the rights to be the title sponsors of the tournament.
Updated - Dec 4, 2017 2:21 pm
The inaugural edition of the T10 League is all set to get underway. In a tournament of unique rules, T10 Cricket League promises to be a powerpacked 4-day tournament. There will be six teams battling it out for the ultimate glory in the tournament. In recent developments of the tournament, the Heera Group of Hyderabad has bagged the rights to be the title sponsors of the tournament.
The recent reports in the Deccan Chronicle confirmed the news about the Hyderabad-based company taking the title sponsorship for the inaugural edition of the tournament. Several big names are associated with the league. This includes the names of Shahid Afridi, Dinesh Chandimal, and Eoin Morgan.
Great Khali wishes success for the tournament
Meanwhile, Dalip Singh Rana, the popular WWE wrestler from India who is famous with the ring name The Great Khali, also expressed his excitement for the T10 League. He exclaimed that albeit he has not played cricket, he still loves to follow the game very closely.
“I have never played cricket. I didn’t get an opportunity to play, but love watching cricket and follow various matches. I wish this tournament a grand success,” quoted Dalip Singh Rana.
The innovator of the tournament also spoke at the event. He remarked that the TCL is expected to be a big event. With a plethora of big names in the tournament and any youngsters lined up for the event, it will be a great experience for the spectators.
“Around 100 current top cricketers and some young and budding talent are part of this exciting maiden League. It’s a South Asian League of six teams of which two teams are from India and two from Pakistan. Since the duration is short, the thrust will be on big shots to reach big total in the shortest time; only players with the talent to hit big shots will be part of this tournament,” quoted T10 League innovator Shaji-ul-Mulk.