|Real Name||Mithali Dorai Raj
|Profession||Indian Women Cricketer (Batsman)
|Physical Stats & More|
|Height (approx.)||in centimeters- 163 cm
in meters- 1.63 m
in Feet Inches- 5’ 4”
|Weight (approx.)||in Kilograms- 54 kg
in Pounds- 119 lbs
|Figure Measurements (approx.)||34-28-33|
|International Debut||Test- 14 January 2002 vs England Women at Lucknow
ODI- 26 June 1999 vs Ireland Women at Milton Keynes
T20- 5 August 2006 vs England Women at Derby
|Jersey Number||#3 (India)|
|Domestic/State Teams||Air India Women, Asia Women XI, India Blue Women, India Women|
|Batting Style||Right-hand bat|
|Records/Achievements (main ones)||• 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.
• 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.
• In July 2017, she surpassed England's Charlotte Edwards (5992 runs) to become the highest run scorer in Women's ODIs.
|Career Turning Point||Her unbeaten knock of 114 runs on her ODI debut in 1999 against Ireland at Milton Keynes.|
|Date of Birth||3 December 1982|
|Age (as in 2016)||34 Years|
|Birth Place||Jodhpur, Rajasthan, India|
|Zodiac sign/Sun sign||Sagittarius|
|School||St. Johns School, Hyderabad
Keyes High School For Girls, Secunderabad
|Educational Qualification||Not Known|
|Family||Father- Dorai Raj (Indian Air Force)
Mother- Leela Raj (Former Cricketer)
Brother- Mithun Raj
|Hobbies||Gymming, dancing, reading|
|Favourite Cricketer||Michael Clarke|
|Favourite Actor||Shah Rukh Khan|
|Favourite Commentator||Nasser Hussain
|Favourite Book||Australia You Little* Beauty: Inside Test Cricket's Dream Team by Justin Langer and Rupert Wainwright
|Favourite Food||Soan Papdi|
|Boys, Affair & More|
Some Lesser Known Facts About Mithali Raj
- Does Mithali Raj smoke?: No
- Does Mithali Raj drink alcohol?: Yes
- Mithali belongs to a Tamil family background.
- Her first love was dance, but she quit it at the age of 8 and chose cricket over it.
- She made her debut for India Women team at the age of 17.
- She is an avid reader.
She was the first women to win the Wisden Indian Cricketer of the year in 2015.