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Dejected Mithali Raj says ’20 years of playing for my country in vain’ – Times of India

Times of India – NEW DELHI: Dejected by Indian women’s cricket team coach Ramesh Powar ‘s claims of ‘threaten to retire’, India star batswoman Mithali Raj said she is deeply saddened and hurt by the accusations and the Indian star cricketer termed it as the darkest day of her life.

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  • NEW DELHI: Dejected by Indian women’s cricket team coach Ramesh Powar ‘s claims of ‘threaten to retire’, India star batswoman Mithali Raj said she is deeply saddened and hurt by the accusations and the Indian star cricketer termed it as the darkest day of her life.
  • “I’m deeply saddened & hurt by the aspersions cast on me.
  • Today, my patriotism doubted, my skill set questioned & all the mud slinging- it’s the darkest day of my life.
  • May god give strength,” Mithali wrote on her Twitter handle.Mithali’s tweet came after Powar alleged that the 35-year-old threatened to retire midway through the World T20 after being denied the opening slot.
  • Powar also accused the senior player of throwing tantrums and creating chaos.


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