It’s been a while that Yuvraj Singh has been trying to stage a comeback to the Indian side. However, his comeback looks almost impossible now given he’s not been matching the form and the fitness the BCCI wants him too. Yuvraj Singh is indeed a great player to have played for India and the cleanest hitter India has ever seen.
Glorious Career Coming To An End
Yuvraj’s career which has been bleak of late has been illustrious otherwise. He’s a player who has served India which such great passion and determination. Yuvi has played 304 ODIs for India and has scored 8701 runs. He’s also played 40 tests and 58 T20Is For India. He’s always dominated the bowlers and Stuart Broad would know it the best.
His all round skills have been so valuable for India at times when it was most needed. In the 2011 World Cup which India won, Yuvraj was the man of the tournament and the hero of the victory. Now when his career has almost come to an end the talks about his retirement plans have instigated.
A Fighter Who Defeated Cancer
Yuvraj Singh’s story is extraordinary. To lose yourself to cancer and then rise up again to play for India isn’t something most of us can do. He’s always been a champion be it on the field or off the field. He has given a lot to Indian cricket despite all odds including cancer.
Yuvraj Reveals Post Retirement Plans
Yuvraj talked about his post retirement plans. He said that he’d be working towards cancer through his foundation YouWeCan. These unique retirement plans of his are bragging for respect.
“Commentating is not my forte. Cancer is going to be my area of work in the future. I love supporting young kids, I like interacting with the younger generation. Coaching is in my mind. I would identify underprivileged kids and focus on their sport and education. Education is as important as sport. You need to focus on both. Sport should not come at the cost of education,”