Mithali Raj is an Indian talented cricketer. She has been playing in Indian women cricket team since 1999. She has an outstanding record with the bat in all format of cricket. This is why she is called as lady Sachin. Now she is in news for her announcement about retirement from T-20 cricket.
Mithali Raj Says about her retirment from T-20 International Cricket : She wants to focus her energies on readying herself for one day cricket specially on upcoming Women One Day International Cricket World Cup 2021. Mithali Raj played her last T-20 against England on 9, March 2019 and scored 30 off 32 balls unbeaten.
Mithali Raj was the captian of Indian cricket team when Indian team was playing their first ever match against Africa in Derby 2006. She led India in 32 matches and 3 world cups. In her 89 matches she scored 2364 runs including 17 Fifties with a career best 97 not out.
Mithali Raj: Lady Tendulkar
Mithali Raj is the highest run scorer in women’s international cricket and the most half century holder in in women’s ODI international cricket and the only female cricketer who surpassed the 6000 runs mark in WODI.
She was the first player who scored 7 consecutive fifties in ODI.
Mithali Raj Age, Wiki, Family, Photos, Images, Biography
Mithali Dorai Raj was born on 3rd December in 1982. She belongs to historic place Jodhpur. She lives in Secunderabad Andhra Pradesh.
Her father’s name is Dorai Raj while her mother’s name is Leela Raj.
She was so passionate about her career in cricket that she did not complete her education and left it after 12 standards.
|Real Name||Mithali Dorai Raj|
|Nickname/Other Name||Lady Sachin|
|Famous For||Being the highest run scorer in women's international cricket|
|Date of Birth||03-12-1982|
|Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India/Secunderabad, India|
|Educational Qualification||12th Pass|
|International Debut||26 June 1999|
|Style||Right Handed Batting,
|Teams||Air India Women,
India Blue Women,
Asia Women Blue
A major controversy broke in November 2018 when Mithali Raj left out of the World T-20 Semi final against England.India went on to lose and reports emerged of a rift between Mithali Raj and India’s current T-20 skipper Harmanpreet Kaur.