India women’s Test and ODI team captain Mithali Raj has said that the India’s Test series win in Australia earlier this year will serve as a huge motivation for them when they face England in a one-off Test on their upcoming tour of the UK. Women players will be flying alongside the men’s team, on June 2 to the United Kingdom (UK) for a full-fledged tour. Women’s tour team are currently in isolation in Mumbai before flying to the UK. However, she is very happy to participate in a test competition after 2014.
Mithali Raj: Men’s Cricket Win Against Australia Will Inspire Us To Win Against England
“This will be historic. I never thought I would participate in the Pink Ball Test. We didn’t play too much cricket at the Western Australian Cricket Association in Perth. A new chapter will open for us.
It is really exciting to see these young people taste the taste of cricket. We had a team discussion about this trip. When we play the net, all experienced teammates and coaching staff will be there to guide beginners. The way our men’s team won the Test Series in Australia a few months ago will inspire us against England,” Add examples.
Mithali Raj is currently one of the few players who have extensive experience in playing cricket in India. He has played 10 games so far and he has performed well. However, she believes that women’s cricket should be a regular thing. She said that playing is very good. After such a long time, the longest version of the game.
Mithali Raj: Women’s Test Cricket Should Be Played Often
India’s Test series win in Australia will motivate women in England. “This is a way forward, and it will be tested after a long gap. I am very happy to include it in the bilateral series. In fact, more tests should be conducted, and they must become a regular feature. Women’s cricket is enthusiastically received worldwide It’s sought after and attracted people’s attention. So, why not get the test cricket back? It’s very good for players to get this kind of exposure,” Mithali told the Times of India.
Mithali also participated in 214 ODI competitions with a score of 7098, 7 centuries and 55 and a half centuries, respectively, with the best result of 125* and an average score of 51.06. She retired from the WT20I cricket game. He scored 2,364 times in 89 games, has a history of 17 and a half centuries, and the best is 97*.