Indian women might not have shown their potential in every field. Through their accomplishments in the Olympics, Paralympics, and other critical athletic events, the Indian women have established a name for themselves throughout the globe. South Asia's mostpopular sport is cricket. As a result, many prominent Indian women have played among the best players worldwide. Consequently, the following is a list of India's Top 10 Women
cricketers who got the most fame.
1. Mithali Raj
With so many accomplishments, Mithali is recognised as one of the most well-known anddominant cricket players. In 2017, she made a record by being the first Indian captain to takeher team to two Women's World Cup finals. Not only that, but by scoring 214 runs versusEngland at 19, she broke the previous record for the most runs scored in one inning. The Arjuna Award and the Padma Shri are given to women's international cricket's highest run- scorer.
2. Shikha Pandey
The IAF Air Traffic Controller debuted against Bangladesh on March 9, 2014. She played against England in her Test and One-Day International debuts the same year. She was a member of the 2017 World Cup Finalist team that finished in second place. She represents Goa alone on the national squad, for instance. She has undoubtedly influenced many young ladies with her over 110 wickets.
3. Veda Krishnamurthy
Following her first training at the Karnataka Institute of Cricket in Bengaluru, Veda made her professional debut on June 30, 2011. After joining the Hobart Hurricanes, she became just thethird Indian cricketer to play in the women Big Bash League. She was instrumental insecuring India spot in the 2017 Women's World Cup quarterfinals with her 70 runs against New Zealand.
4. Jhulan Goswami
Former captain of the Women Cricket Team and former No. 1 bowler in the world, JhulanGoswami. She became the first ODI bowler to reach 200 wickets. She made her ODI debutagainst England when she was 19 years old, and in 2007 she was named the ICC Women Cricketer of the Year.
5. Anjum Chopra
Famous female players who have served as captains, commentators, authors, and advisers arenumerous. Similar to that, the animal lover debuted in 1995 against New Zealand. She wasselected as vice-captain in 2000 and captain against England in 2002. Additionally, she is the first Indian athlete to compete in 100 One-Day Internationals (ODIs).
6. Smriti Mandhana
Smriti, a left-handed batwoman born on July 18, 1996, uses her left hand. The first two female players in the WBBL were her and Harmanpreet Kaur. On April 5, 2013, she also played in her first international match against Bangladesh. She received the Rachael Heyhoe-Flint Award from the International Cricket Council in 2018 for being the best female cricketer of the year (ICC). Second, she received the ODI Player of the Year award.
7. Shubhangi Kulkarni
Kulkarni, who earned the Arjuna Award for sports, is unquestionably a fantastic player for the group. After collecting five wickets in her first match against the West Indies Women steam, he quickly rose to notoriety. Additionally, she repeated the feat four more times. She now serves as the Asian Cricket Council's representative on the ICC Women Committee.
8. Neetu David
Neetu David currently chairs the Women Selection Committee of the BCCI. She made history with her bowling figure of 8 for 53 versus England. The left-arm spinner made his Indian debut on February 7, 1995, against New Zealand. He is the first bowler from his country to record 100 wickets.
9. Harmanpreet Kaur
The first Indian to play in 100 international Twenty20 matches and the first Indian woman to achieve a century in T20. She is known for her bold playing style, like her hero, Virender Sehwag. When she secured a deal with the Sydney Thunder in 2016, she became the first Indian to be signed abroad. At 20, she made her international debut against Pakistan and won the Arjuna Award.
10. Deepti Sharma
The pride of Uttar Pradesh, Deepti Bhagwan Sharma, plays international cricket for the Indian women national team. She is an all-rounder who bowls right-arm off break and batsleft-handed. She ranks third in WODIs with 188 runs, which is her total. In 2014, she played for the first time for India Internationally.