Indian captain Mithali Raj on Friday said she has always looked to evolve and stay relevant in a changing women’s game, an approach that has brought her 10,000 runs across formats in international cricket.

The 38-year-old veteran ODI skipper, who has been playing in top-flight for more than two decades, is the first Indian woman cricketer and second in international cricket to reach the milestone.

Mithali achieved the feat with a boundary off Anne Bosch in the 28th over of India’s innings during the third ODI against South Africa here.

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“As long as I get an opportunity to bat, it has to be counted and that has given me a lot of experience and exposure to work on my game over the years with the changing standards in women’s game and trying to be relevant in the international circuit,”…

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