The 10-over format of the game is one of the biggest talks of the cricketing arenas. The format replaced the existing format of the 20 overs in being the shortest format of the game, with better extravaganza and thrills. This is why the 10-over format of the game came into picture and even got sanctioned by the International Cricket Council (ICC), a big accomplishment for its creator, Shaji Ul Mulk, and its players as well. Now known in their reinvented form as the Abu Dhabi T10 League, the adrenaline rushing game for 90 minutes will commence its action from October 23, 2019 in the Zayed Cricket Stadium and some of the big names are already associated with the league.
The 10-over format of the reinvented Abu Dhabi T10 League is easy for the younger generations to understand
Previously known as the T10 Cricket League, the game has played two seasons and there have been many talks circulating it. Some called it to be a perfect choice for letting cricket enter into the Olympic stadiums and some said that it doesn’t imbibe with the essence of the game as it is just a 10-over affair for the players and public as well.
For every critic that uttered anything about the game, the league just got famous and bigger; get reputed international cricketers to join it and even signing a new deal with the Abu Dhabi Government for a period of five years, shifting its extravaganza to the Zayed Cricket Stadium.
The 10-over format of the game was appreciated by the players who indulged in the game and one of them was Colin Ingram. With the third season hitting the screens in just a few months, the cricketer reckoned about the game and said that it is exciting to see the T10 format growing again.
The 10-over format of the game is going to be the future of the game
Cricket is all about renovating the game and making more people indulge with its format. In the 10-over format, it is easy for youngsters to understand the concept of cricket, it is simple you have to hit the maximum runs in just 60 balls.
With this, the 10-over format of the game is being said to be the future of cricket owing to its small time consuming nature and the less number of overs that has to be played. There were also statements that said that there can be T10 World Cup as well, reckoned by the creator of the T10 Cricket League, Shaji Ul Mulk.
Even the South African cricketer who was part of the second season of the erstwhile T10 Cricket League, said that he is excited to see the third season of the reinvented Abu Dhabi T10 League going live this year and witnessing the immense growth of the 10-over format of the game.