These women cricketers ready to return to Team India after problems in marriage and personal life

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Neha Tanwar

new Delhi. Due to the Corona epidemic, where all sports are banned, Neha Tanwar is busy working day and night to return to India. The Indian women’s cricket team is engaged in every attempt to return. His dream is to wear the Indian team jersey once again and make the country proud. On the strength of her will, she has played five ODIs and two T20 matches for India. She then dropped out for personal reasons. The 33-year-old player has said that the journey is not over yet and he is willing to work hard to return to the national team.

“It is a long journey and when I look back, I see struggle, hard work, dedication and commitment and never ending training,” Neeha, a Steadfast nutrition athlete told IANS.


He said, “I started my journey at a very young age and I remember that I did not have my own car. I had to get on the bus or train with my kit bag too.”

Neha said, “It was not easy to live alone in the new city. I had to do all the housework myself, then my training and job. I have been in a very large joint family and I am very emotional to stay away from them. Was. “


Neha, who has played consistently in Delhi’s first-class cricket, had to stay away from the game due to personal reasons. He said, “After getting married, I had family responsibility, but I still continued to do my job and train. It was my son that made me take a long break from cricket.”

Neha said, “Returning to the field with increased weight after getting pregnant was another challenge, not just physically but mentally as well. I have worked hard in my life and I am proud of it.”


“I got a lot of help from my family. Without their support I could not be where I am. I know that the journey is not easy and it is not over yet,” he said. Neha, who has been out of the team for nine years, has still not given up and hopes that she will return one day. She knows that the rivalry has increased but she hopes that the opportunity will come.

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Neha said, “We all work hard to achieve something in our lives. Hard work without goals makes no sense. My dream has always been to play for our country. I have always dreamed of this dream. I have worked hard and I know it is not easy but it was not easy even when I first played. “

Neha said, “There are many good players in the country but I am working very hard and I am positive that I will play for India once again.”


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Neha also emphasized on women’s IPL and said, “Women’s IPL will take the game to a new level in the country and also on the international stage. I think it will also be necessary for the growth of women’s cricket in India.” “Not only this, it will be a great opportunity for the players. I think the audience will make it a big success,” he said.


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