New Delhi | Mithali Raj Retirement : Captain Mithali Raj, who was with the Indian women’s cricket team for a long time, has retired from international cricket. He announced this by sharing a letter on his Twitter account on Wednesday. Mithali wrote in the letter that I started the journey of wearing India jersey as a little girl. This journey was full of ups and downs. Every incident of this journey taught me something new, and the last 23 years have been challenging and enjoyable. He said that like every journey, it also has to come to an end. Today I retire from all forms of international cricket.
Thank you for all your love & support over the years!
I look forward to my 2nd innings with your blessing and support. pic.twitter.com/OkPUICcU4u
— Mithali Raj (@M_Raj03) June 8, 2022
The future of Indian women’s cricket is bright…
Mithali Raj Retirement : Let us tell you that Mithali started playing for India in 1999 at the age of 16. Since then, she has been continuously associated with cricket. He said in his tweet that whenever I stepped on the field, I gave my best with the intention of making India win. I will always cherish the opportunity I have got to represent the tricolor. According to me now is the right time to put an end to my career as the team is in the capable hands of some very talented players and the future of Indian cricket is bright.
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I would like to be associated with cricket…
Mithali Raj Retirement : Mithali thanked the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the Board’s secretary Jay Shah for their support and said it was an honor to lead the team for so many years. Mithali said about her future with cricket that this journey may have come to an end but another journey calls for me. I would like to be associated with the sport I love and contribute to the development of women’s cricket in India and around the world. Mithali ended the letter by thanking all her fans for their love and support. Mithali represented India in 12 Tests, 232 ODIs and 89 T20 Internationals and has also led India to two World Cup finals as a captain.
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