Mithali Wanted To Retire After The 2017 World Cup Final

Mithali wanted to retire after the 2017 World Cup final, know why the decision was postponed. India’s one-day cricket captain Mithali Raj has said that his entire focus is on ending his career at the pinnacle of success by winning the World Cup next year.

The next World Cup of the ICC is scheduled to be held in 2021 and Mithali is engaged in practice by concentrating on her, even in the midst of lockdown and before that. Mithali’s World Cup win is more important than anything.

Mithali wanted to retire in 2017.

India missed out on reaching the World Cup twice. India reached the 2017 World Cup final under Mithali’s captaincy but lost to hosts England. A year later, she was eliminated after losing in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup in the West Indies.

This year, under the captaincy of Harmanpreet Kaur, India made a place in the final of the T20 World Cup but could not beat the four-time champions Australia. Although now Mithali has retired from T20.

Mithali said in a Telugu program of Star Sports, “When the World Cup took place in India in 2013, we did not even reach the Super Six. I was very sad. ”He said,“ I thought we try in the 2017 World Cup.

I worked very hard for the World Cup. As a player, the captain did a lot of homework. When we reached the final, I thought that by winning the final, I will retire. ‘
Mithali Raj’s last dream is as much as World Cup

He said, ‘After playing for so many years I found everything except the World Cup. I will try again in 2021. Hopefully we will be able to win this time with the best wishes of all.

”Twenty-seven-year-old Mithali said goodbye to T20 cricket last year. They believe that BCCI should have taken women’s cricket under its umbrella five years ago.

She said, ‘BCCI took women’s cricket under its umbrella in 2006-07. It would have been better if it had happened five years ago. There were many talented players at that time but due to lack of money and lack of financial stability through sports, he chose another profession.

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