Jyoti Prasad Sampath Kumar Vinod Sharma R. S. R. Murthy
ODI- 26 June 1999 vs Ireland Women at Milton Keynes Test- 14 January 2002 vs England Women at Lucknow T20- 5 August 2006 vs England Women at Derby
On 3 September, she announced her retirement from T20 Internationals
Air India Women Railways Asia Women XI India Blue Women
Records (main ones)
1), The highest run-scorer in women’s international cricket. 2), Holds the record for the 2nd highest score in women’s Test cricket, with 214 runs against England in the second and final Tests at Taunton in 2002. 3), The first women cricketer to score 7 consecutive half-centuries in ODI’s. Overall, Javed Miandad is the only player ahead of her, with 9 consecutive 50+ scores. 4), In July 2017, she surpassed England’s Charlotte Edwards (5992 runs) to become the highest run-scorer in Women’s ODIs5), The 1st woman cricketer to play 200 ODIs. 6), The 1st Indian and 5th woman cricketer overall to score over ‘1,000’ World Cup runs. 7), Playing the most consecutive Women’s One Day Internationals for a team (109). 8), The only player (male or female) to have captained India in more than one ICC ODI World Cup final, doing so twice in 2005 & 2017. 9), On 1 February 2019, during India’s series against New Zealand Women, she became the first woman to play in 200 ODI matches. 10),On 9 October 2019, when she stepped on the field during the first ODI of the three-match series between India and South Africa in Vadodara, she became the 1st woman cricketer to have at international career lasting more than 20 years.
Awards, Honours, Achievements
2003: Arjuna Award 2015: Padma Shri 2015: Wisden Indian Cricketer of the year 2017: Youth Sports Icon of Excellence Award in the Radiant Wellness Conclave, Chennai 2017: Vogue Sportsperson of the Year at Vogue’s 10th anniversary 2017: Lited on BBC 100 Women list
Keyes High School For Girls, Secunderabad Kasturba Gandhi Junior College for Women s’ in West Marredpally (Secunderabad)
Did Not Attend
Her home is located in a colony in Trimulgherry, north of Hyderabad
1), During the 2018 ICC Women’s World Twenty20,she got involved in a controversy with cricket management when she accused the coach Ramesh Powar and BCCI COA member Diana Edulji in a letter to BCCI for being biased againsther; as she was not included in the T20 world cup semifinals. However, in his reply, Powar dismissed her claims and accused her of ‘blackmailing and pressurizing coaches.’ Powarfurther said, “despite being a senior player in the team she puts in minimum inputs in team meetings. She could not understand and adapt to the team plan. She ignored her role and batted for her own milestones. Lack of keeping the momentum going which has put extra pressure on otherbatters. 2), Mithali’s relationship with the T20 team’s captain Harmanpreet Kaur is also said to be strained.
Rs 50 lakh/annual
In Centimeters- 163 cm In Meters- 1.63 m In Feet inches- 5’ 4”