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Mithali Raj opens up on her Retirement from international cricket



Mithali Raj, the legendary Indian women’s cricketer, has declared her departure from across all aspects of global cricket. It will come an end to a magnificent career that began with her appearance for India in 1999. Mithali has played 12 Tests, 232 ODIS, and 89 T20Is for India in her 23-year career. Check out details below.

Mithali Raj has declared her retirement from international cricket

Mithali Raj issued a message on social media on Wednesday, writing, “Thank you for all your support and love throughout the years!” “I look forward to my second inning with your blessing and encouragement.”

“I began out as a small child on the path to wear the India blues because serving your nation is the biggest honor.” The voyage was full of highs and lows. “Each incident educated me something new, and the last 23 years have been the most gratifying, demanding, and pleasurable years of my life,” Mithali remarked.

“As with all trips, this one must come to an end.” “Today is the day I resign from across all kinds of international cricket,” Mithali remarked.”

Mithali, a right-handed batsman, will have to go down in history for her amazing run-scoring heroics, along with a record 7,805 runs in ODI matches, about 2,000 more so than her nearest opponent, former England captain Charlotte Edwards. She has seven centuries and a remarkable 64 fifties in her ODI career.

“Every time I got onto the field, I gave it my all to help India win.” “I will be always grateful for the opportunity to represent the tricolor,” she remarked.

“I feel it is the appropriate moment to call it quits on my playing career since the squad is in the capable hands of some very brilliant young players and the future of Indian cricket is extremely bright,” she said.