Know who is Team India's 'Lady Virat', the story of how luck fate is written


 J P Singh Follow
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Cricket  //  08, February 2019
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SMRITI MANDHANA (LADY VIRAT).


Given his superb batting, people call him Virat Kohli of the women's cricket team. Like Virat, he is still glowing at the top of the cricketing world. Recently, praising this Indian machine team, one of his admirers had tweeted, "She is the female version of Virender Sehwag", former Indian veteran player Sehwag has retweeted- 'Is First version of memory Mandhana and She is very special.'

Mandhana does not say like this 'Lady Virat' On the recent New Zealand tour, the fourth century of his one-day career, the memory of the bat has been burning against the opposition teams for the last one year. In 15 matches played since 2018, he has made two centuries and eight half-centuries.This opener of the women's cricket team was born in Mumbai on July 18, 1996. When she was two years old, her family shifted to Sangli. If it is said that his family got a boon that every member would play good cricket, he would not have exaggerated because both his father Srinivas and brother Shravan have shown their jaws in this game till the district level.

The inspiration of memory also became his brotherhood, who focused more on his career than his cricket career. Shravan took an autograph on Rahul Dravid, the former India player. This made the inspiration of memory. He never played with that bat, but for a long time the bat remained part of his kit bag.Always remember memory, she has to name her name one day in Newspapers. For this, both he and his brother worked hard. This hard earned color. At the age of only nine, Smriti got a place in the team of Anker-15 of Maharashtra. After that, at the age of 11, he managed to make a place in the Under-19 team. Even in the journey, memory was always ahead of her age.He was a right-handed batsman till now, but considering his brother as his ideal, he decided to learn to bat with the left hand. After this Sri Lankan batsman started to follow Kumar Sangakkara. His family was with him at every step and in his mind one day the passion of illuminating his name Seeing the memory game at an early age, people were saying that if the daughter plays like this then surely one day the team will make a place in India.Today, this talk of people and the dream of memory has not only come true, but it has reached the stage of the career where every player sees the dream of reaching.

Memory first came in 2013, when West Zone played a superb 224 in just 150 balls in a one-day match against Gujarat, playing in the Under-19 team. His coach, Anant Tambekar, also left no stone unturned in them. He used to practice professional memory by hiring professional bowlers at Shivaji Stadium. Smriti had to leave his 12th board exams too.It was because of his dedication to cricket and the World T20 in the same year He has been a top scorer in this tournament, showing a splendid game in 2016. After this he got a place in the Women's Big Bash League (WBBL), along with Harmanpreet Kaur. Both of them are the first two female cricket players of India, who were signed for WBBL.

However, due to injury to the knee, he had to leave this league in the middle.After the injuries, in the ICC World Cup-2007, he again came down on the field and batted like this that kept watching all. His stupendous innings of 90 runs saw England lose After this, his innings of 106 not out against the West Indies showed that the memory returned after recovering from the injury has now become even more dangerous for the opponents. He once again became a run machine.




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