The best of Indian women's cricket will combine with some of the leading stars from England, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Bangladesh, and New Zealand.
Mithali Raj conceded that girls will be rusty initially due to the break but it won't be long before they are all back in match mode.
Saina said that remaining calm even though situations are stressful and demanding is important.
Her remark came as MS Dhoni announced his retirement from international cricket, bringing an end to a 16-year-long career.
Mithali said Dhoni fulfilled billion Indians' dream by winning two World Cup trophies.
The 37-year-old recently said that she is "definitely looking" at the ICC Women's World Cup, which has been postponed to 2022 and added that her eyes are firmly fixed on the trophy.
Understand foreign stars' frustration but BCCI did its best in current situation: India captain Mithali Raj
The WBBL is scheduled from October 17 to November 29 while T20 Challenge games in Dubai will be held from November 1-10.
The four-team women's event will also be fit in to the schedule, according to the BCCI chief.
With the World Cup not called off yet, this trip would have given Mithali Raj & Co valuable game time.
On this day three years ago, Kaur had scored 171 runs off just 115 balls against Australia at the County Ground in Derby and guided the side to final of the tournament.
Kaur had scored 171 runs off just 115 balls in the World cup semi-final against Australia at the County Ground in Derby.
While pressure remains a factor, Kala believes in this current lot which she feels can beat England and Australia, consistently across two formats.
While a formal announcement is expected in the coming days, this will be the first instance of any Indian team returning to action since the country went into coronavirus lockdown on March 23.
India's ODI captain Mithali Raj says additional viewership is the next step forward for women's cricket in order to broaden its fan base.
Taapsee is essaying the role of the Indian women's cricket team captain in the upcoming film backed by Viacom18 Studios.