Sky Sports Cricket Podcast, Kaur places profound emphasis on the value of Test cricket, remarking, "As a player, I definitely want more Tests because as a growing kid, we saw more Tests on TV than T20s. Nowadays it's a lot of fun playing T20s but Test cricket is something every cricketer wants to play."

India's recent history reveals a hiatus in multi-day domestic women's cricket, spanning back to the 2017-18 season. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) orchestrated an inter-zonal three-day tournament alongside an inter-zonal Under-19 two-day tournament. 

While Kaur commends the forward strides taken in domestic women's cricket, citing the advent of the Women's Premier League (WPL), she ardently yearns for the resurgence of extended-format cricket.

Kaur affirms, "Trust me, [domestic cricket] has improved a lot. We are getting more games, and some domestic games are live also, people can watch on TV. It is improving day by day but in my early days, we used to play two- and three-day games which we are really missing."

Elaborating on the reciprocal relationship between enhanced domestic cricket opportunities and the overarching betterment of women's cricket, Kaur opines that the augmentation of long-format cricket in the domestic sphere will catalyze overall progress.

The much-anticipated launch of the Women's Premier League (WPL) in 2023 marked a significant milestone for women's cricket in India. Kaur's adept leadership guided the Mumbai Indians to triumph in the inaugural season.

Acknowledging the chronology of the WPL's initiation, Kaur acknowledges, "Yes definitely it's a little late, to be honest, but something is better than nothing." Her optimism remains undeterred, as she envisions an upward trajectory for women's cricket, anticipating the inclusion of additional teams and players in the years to come.