Let’s deep into a great Indian women cricketer Mithali Dorai Raj:
Mithali Dorai Raj is an amazing Indian cricketer, (She was born on Dec 3rd, 1982), additionally the Test and the One Day International(ODI) skipper of the incredible (lady)women public cricket crew. Mithali Dorai Raj is a fantastic right-handed opening hitter and sometimes a right-handed player with a leg-breaker. Mithali Dorai Raj is one of the most incredible most elevated run-scorer in (ladies) Women worldwide cricket.
Mithali Dorai Raj started playing cricket at the age of 10 with a passion in Bharatanatyam but luckily She became a great cricketer at the age of just 16, made an unbeaten 114 in the debut match and so she became the dependable player for the team whenever the team needed to The incredible cure for 22 years in cricket, one of the classic cricketers in women’s history to score the most points in the coverage area. The technically strong player with the ability to play long sleeves while spending time in the fold and understand the situation and play for Railway domestic competition and called for the National team. The only player to score most runs in all three formats of cricket loves to read books whenever she gets time.
ODI(one day international):
Debut on 26th June 1999 Indian women’s team had played 280 one day International out of which Mithali played 220 games scored runs of 7391 runs at an average of 51.32 making 59 fifties and 7 hundred in her profession bestowed heavily for Indian women team she has shown her tremendous form in Australia averaging of 52. In the year 2017, Mithali Dorai Raj becomes the world rock yes!
World’s 1st woman to cross 6,000 hate races by beating the fantastic record of England Edwards player. Most runs in a series as a captain 535. Making Most runs in an innings on the losing side of 125* and also with five nineties in her vocation. When she took the captain in the year 2005, he made the country of the Indian team at the final twice in WODI – Women’s International One Day World Cup in the year 2005 and then the year 2017, in which she reached seven consecutive half-centuries and also the fifth female cricketer to cross 1000 runs in the world cup and the first woman to play 200 ODI, retiring from T20s in the year 2019.
Debut on 14th January 2002 played 12 matches scored 699 runs at an average of 43.68 with the best of 214 runs establishing the history, youthful player to score double e hundred at an age of 19 and the highest run in an innings, match, and career. 12 most consecutive matches for the Indian women’s team. She was the cricketer not dismissed for 0 runs in seven years. In 12 test matches, she has created many test match records.
In 89 T20 matches, she recorded 2364 runs at an average of 37.52 Highest of 97* the 3rd woman to score more than 17 fifties and the fastest to score 2000 runs in 70 innings.
- 2003- Arjuna award
- 2015- Padma Shri award
- 2017- Youth sports icon excellence award, Wisden leading woman cricketer in the world
- 2021- Khel Ratna award.