Team India’s champion all-rounder Yuvraj Singh today announced his retirement from all forms of cricket. Yuvraj Singh was part of India’s two world champions (World T20 in 2007 and World Cup in 2011) and in both tournaments, he left a special impression with his performance. Since 2017, he was not selected in the Indian team. It is being told that the 37-year-old Yuvraj wants to make a career as a freelance cricketer in the ICC-accredited foreign T20 league. They are getting offers to play in the Euro T20 slam in GT20 (Canada), Ireland and Holland.
This stylish left-hander batsman played for India for the last time in the T20 International match against England in February 2017. Earlier, the Champions Trophy was part of the Indian team that went on tour in 2017 and the West Indies. He played his last ODI in the Antigua against West Indies on 30 January 2017.
Your announcement of this retirement is Yuvraj Press Conference. On this occasion, he said, “From childhood, I tried to fulfill my father’s dream of playing for the country.” Recalling his cricket career here, he said, “We have seen many ups and downs in our career of 25 years and especially 17 years of an international career. Now I have decided to move forward. This game taught me how to fight, fall, then get up and move on. ‘
Yuvi gave credit to his father as being a cricketer here. He said, ‘I never gave up in life. I completed my father’s dream. ‘
Talk to Sachin on Retirement
After retiring, yuvi answered several questions in the press conference. He said that during the IPL, he was talking to Sachin on retirement. Yuvi said, ‘Sachin had told me that you have to decide when to end my career, no one can take any decision from you better.’
Pant appreciated, talked about what
Yuvraj was asked what he would be up to. He said that he will not be able to play more Test matches. In the next question he was asked which player he saw his image. He said that Rishabh Pant is a good player and he looks in his image.
He proved to be the greatest hero in Team India’s World Cup 2011 win and in this tournament he proved himself repeatedly with both ball and bat. He was selected Man of the Tournament for his fantastic game in that World Cup. In this World Cup, he made 362 runs and 15 wickets in his name.
In the 2007 World T20, against England, Stuart Broad’s consistent six sixes in the same over, and the world record of half-century made on just 12 balls in this match is still his name. This champion player played 40 Tests, 304 ODIs and 58 T20 I matches in his international career. Of the 304 ODIs, Yuvraj played for India 301, while the remaining three ODIs played for Asia XI.
In the 62 innings of 40 Tests, the name of the Yuvi has total 1900 runs, with 3 centuries and 11 half-centuries being his name. Talking about his ODI career, Yuvraj scored 8701 runs in 278 innings. During this time, he scored 14 centuries and 52 half-centuries. Yuvraj, who scored 1177 runs at 58 T 20 I, has 8 half-centuries here. He has scored nine wickets in Tests, 111 in ODIs and 28 wickets in T20I.
After the World Cup 2011, the news about Yuvraj’s health came out, he shocked his fans and the Indian team. Yuvraj Singh was diagnosed with cancer of the tumor and he had to stay away from cricket for a long time to cure it. Yuvraj had played in the World Cup along with the pain of this tumor and he did not disclose this to anyone then. Then he was consistently proving himself in every match for India.
Yuvraj had played for Mumbai Indians (MI) in the IPL this year but he did not get more time and this is probably the reason why he took this decision after seriously considering his future plans.