WOMEN’S WORLD CUP by Cricbuzz Staff • Published on ShareTweet The senior pros remain hopeful as they look to fine-tune their preparations in a bid to remain fit for the mega event © Getty The postponement of the Women’s 50-over World Cup by a year due to the Covid-19 pandemic might have come as a disappointment for some cricketers but India’s senior pros Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami remain hopeful as they look to fine-tune their preparations in a bid to remain fit for the mega event. “There’s always a positive to take out of any situation, in this case too , I say more time for planning and preparations. Same vision, same goal, ” Mithali tweeted in a response to rescheduling of the World Cup, which was originally set to be played in 2021 in New Zealand. Responding to a tweet from former Australian skipper Lisa Sthalekar, Mithali said: “My eyes are fixed firmly on the trophy with all niggles recovered, mind and body fresh and stronger than before I am definitely looking at World Cup 2022.” Mithali Raj, 37, is the leading run-getter in Women’s ODI cricket with 6888 runs at an average of 50.64 in 189 innings…. Read full this story
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