Australia women’s keeper Alyssa Healy feels for Mithali Raj

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Australia women's keeper Alyssa Healy feels for Mithali Raj

“I’m looking forward to catching up with her next week at the WBBL. Alyssa, who was named Player of the Tournament in the Caribbean from the recent T20 World Cup, had come down from Sydney to the clinic with man cricketers on Wednesday. Australia trainer Justin Langer spent with Alyssa, as Mitchell stood dutifully at slip in support providing her practice that was grabbing. 

The 32-year-old dismissed Will Somerville in Abu Dhabi to reach the landmark in his Test 

Asked whether she has been following the controversy surrounding Mithali Raj’s exception from the playing XI in the semifinal, resulting in India’s ouster from the championship, Alyssa said: “Yes, I have been following the accounts. For Mithali, I feel like a senior participant. She’s a player that is really good. The matter needs to be resolved soon.” “I needed to brush up my ‘keeping prior to the Women’s Big Bash League gets underway next week,” said Alyssa as she made her way from the Adelaide Oval along with Mitchell. 

Mitchell Starc might be among the world’s leading fast bowlers, but his wife Alyssa Healy is no less popular here. The was an essential component of the Australian women’s cricket team that has won four of the previous five ICC Planet T20 matches. “I wish it had been an India-Australia closing. It might have given us an opportunity to avenge our loss,” said Alyssa, niece of prior Oz ‘keeper Ian Healy. Australia went down to India from the group league stage — a match Alyssa missed because of injury — but she said her team was determined to cross some obstacle to winning the Cup back. 

It was pleasing because I was named the Player of the Tournament.” 

Alyssa confessed that she had been impressed with India captain Harmanpreet’s big-hitting.