DNA – More than two months after playing his last competitive match, Yuvraj Singh has announced his retirement from all international cricket and IPL.
- More than two months after playing his last competitive match, Yuvraj Singh has announced his retirement from all international cricket and IPL.
- Being player of the tournament in that World Cup was an icing on the cake which Yuvraj describes as the biggest moment of his career.
- I want to dedicate my life for improvement of society in terms of cancer and cricket, inspiring people through my journey, Yuvraj said.
- It was not easy for Yuvraj to cement his place in the Indian team post the cancer recovery and even though he posted his highest ODI score of 150 in January 2017 after one of his many comebacks, the writing was on the wall as far as international cricket was concerned.
- An integral part of the Indian team, especially in the limited-overs when Sourav Ganguly took over the captaincy in 2000, Yuvraj played pivotal roles in many a victory including the match-winning partnership with Mohammad Kaif in the Natwest Trophy final against England in 2002 and hitting six sixes in the 2007 World T20 off England pacer Stuart Broad in Durban.