Women's cricket's Sachin Tendulkar announces retirement from cricket

 Indian women's cricketer Mithali Raj announced retirement from all forms of cricket and also known as Sachin Tendulkar of women's cricket.

 Mithali Raj has served Indian women's cricket for a long time but Sachin Tendulkar's dream of winning the world cup of women's cricket remained unfulfilled.

 Right-handed batsman Mithali Raj last played in the ODI World Cup played in New Zealand but under her captaincy the team was eliminated before

Mithali Raj made her international debut on 26 June 1999 and played international cricket till March 2022. In this career she played 12 Tests, 232 One Day Internationals and 89 T20 Internationals.

 Mithali scored 699 runs in 12 test matches with 1 century, 4 half-centuries and 7805 runs in one-day cricket with 7 centuries, 64 half-centuries and 2364 runs in T20 cricket with 17 half-centuries.

 Mithali Raj shared an emotional letter on her social media account and wrote in it, I represented my country wearing India's blue jersey which is a highest honour.

 Mithali thanked the rest of the people including BCCI in this letter and wrote, I want to thank BCCI and Jay Shah sir for all the support given to me.