India Women's Best Cricketer of All Time

India Women's Best Cricketer of All Time

If we have to choose India women's best cricketer of all time, we should not go for cricketers from England or Australia. Instead, we should focus on the women from India, who have made India proud. In particular, we should look at Mithali Raj, Poonam Yadav, and Jemimah Rodrigues. Each of these women has unique qualities, which are important for a cricketer.

Mithali Raj

Mithali Raj is an Indian cricketer who plays for the national team. She first played for the Indian team when she was only 16 years old and made history when she scored her first ODI century. Raj, a native of Jodhpur, Rajasthan, continues to set records for herself. She has also won the Arjuna Award and the Padma Shri. She is also in line to win the Major Dhyan Chand Khel Ratna in 2021.

Raj's World Cup run generated enormous interest for the women's game in India. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) took over the women's game in 2006, and many players shot to fame overnight. Her rise to fame resulted in many endorsement deals and a spike in her social media following. Producers and publishers began queuing up to make a biopic and book about Raj.

Shikha Pandey

India women's captain Ramesh Powar has justified the omission of Jemimah Rodrigues and Shikha Pandey from their ODI World Cup squad. The two players will play a five-match ODI series in New Zealand before the ICC event in March-April. Ramesh Powar said that he would not miss the players' experience.

Shikha Pandey first represented the Goa women's cricket team at the age of fifteen. She then played for the national team on a regular basis and became consistently good enough to earn a place in the national team. In 2014, she played her first international match for India, against England, in a T20I match. She went on to play her first ODI and Test matches in 2014.

Shikha Pandey has a background in engineering. She studied electrical engineering at the Goa College of Engineering and combined her studies with her love of cricket. As a young woman, she was enthralled by the game and longed to represent India. In her second year of engineering, she began playing for the Goa Cricket Association. She continued to play the game despite her lack of time to finish her degree. Today, Shikha has two careers, one in the field of fast bowling for the Indian women's team and the other as an air traffic controller for the Indian Air Force.

Poonam Yadav

Poonam Yadav has been one of India's best performers in the Twenty20 World Cup. She became the leading wicket-taker during the tournament and was selected as India's player to watch. She also became India's top wicket-taker in Twenty20 Internationals in 2018. In September 2018, she broke the record of Jhulan Goswami, who held the record of 56 wickets, in the first Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka. The next month, she was selected for the ICC Women's World Twenty20 World Cup, in the West Indies.

Poonam Yadav's small stature and fragile physique make her bowling style a challenge for batsmen. She weighs fifty kilograms, and is just five feet one inch tall. Her short height forces her to give the ball great flight, which makes it difficult for batsmen to see her ball. That means that Poonam's wickets are mostly stumped or caught out. Poonam has an excellent disguise for her Googly, which causes batsmen to step out of the crease to try and hit the ball.

Jemimah Rodrigues

Born in Bhandup, Mumbai, Jemimah Rodrigues plays for the Indian women's national cricket team. She has also played for the Mumbai women's cricket team. She is a right-handed batswoman and a right-arm off break bowler. She is also a former hockey player. Jemimah is the cousin of Mandhana, the talented cricketer.

Jemimah Rodrigues was first called up to play for India. She was only 13 years old when she was selected for the U-19 state team. Then, at just 19, she made her international debut. In that game, she scored 202 runs in 163 balls. She executed each shot with ease.

Jemimah Rodrigues' mother, Ivan Krishnamurthy, was a coach to her daughter from the time she was a toddler. She was selected for the Maharashtra under-17 and under-19 teams. Originally from Bhandup, she moved to Bandra with her family when she was in third standard. She made her debut for the under-19 team in 2012-13.

Deepti Sharma

In her debut season, Deepti Sharma made an impressive debut for India, taking six wickets for 20 runs against Sri Lanka. This made her the youngest Indian cricketer to take five wickets. She also scored her first half-century in February 2017. Her debut performance secured a spot in the India women's national team.

At the ICC Women's World T20 in England and Wales, Deepti Sharma was the joint highest wicket-taker with Sri Lanka's Inoka Ranaweera, taking 13 wickets for an economy rate of 3.33. During the tournament, she made a name for herself by running out England's Charlie Dean at Lord's. In the tournament's final, Deepti claimed four wickets for just nine runs.

India women's ODI debut came against South Africa in Bengaluru in 2014. At the ICC Women's Championship, Deepti scored 188 runs against South Africa and recorded the second-best bowling figures in ODIs. Her ODI innings with Poonam Raut matched the record for the highest opening partnership by an Indian woman cricketer.


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