Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj

Mithali Dorai Raj (conceived 3 December 1982) is an Indian cricketer and the commander of the Indian Women's cricket group in Tests and ODI. Frequently viewed as one of the best cricketing hitters to have at any point played the amusement, she is the most elevated run-scorer in ladies' universal cricket and the main female cricketer to outperform the 6,000 run check in ODIs. She is the principal player to score 7 successive 50s in ODIs. Mithali is the primary chief (men or ladies) to lead India to an ICC ODI World Cup last twice; in 2005 and 2017.

Mithali Raj was conceived on 3 December, 1982 in Tamil family.

Her dad is Dorai Raj, who was an Airman (Warrant Officer) in the Indian Air Force, and mother is Leela Raj. Mithali began to play the diversion at 10 years old and at 17 years old, she was picked for the Indian group. She is a Tamilian. She lives in Hyderabad, Telangana.She went to Keyes High School for Girls in Secunderabad. After this she went to Kasturba Gandhi Junior College for Women in West Marredpally (Secunderabad) for her middle of the road thinks about. She began cricket instructing in her school days alongside her senior sibling. Mithali honed at school, frequently playing with male cricketers in the nets.

Playing for Railways in the household rivalry, Mithali started by playing with stars like Purnima Rau, Anjum Chopra and Anju Jain for Air India.

Mithali Raj additionally is the first Indian and fifth lady cricketer generally speaking to score more than 1,000 World Cup runs.

She additionally holds the record for playing the most successive Women's One Day Internationals for a group (109).

After Women's Cricket World Cup in 2017, Viacom 18 Motion Pictures gained the rights to influence an element to film on her life. She said "Trusting that this motion picture moves more individuals, particularly young ladies to take up sports as a profession."

























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