Mithali Raj discusses her one regret since retiring from international cricket
Raj did reveal one thing she would have liked to retire with after breaking numerous records and giving her all for the country.
Mithali Raj, senior cricketer for India's women's team, announced her retirement from all forms of international cricket last week. Raj, who had a remarkable 23-year career with the Indian cricket team, had many ups and downs before calling it quits
She is the most capped and highest run-scorer in women's cricket history, which speaks volumes about her dedication to her country and the game.
Mithali made her debut for the Women in Blue in 1999, appearing in 232 ODIs, 89 T20Is, and 12 Test matches. She is a baseball legend, having scored the most runs of any woman in history with 10,868.
Mithali also holds the record for the most 50-plus knocks in women's internationals and has appeared in six World Cups.