Yuvraj Singh Comeback(Search results - 4)
CRICKETDec 30, 2020, 3:11 PM IST
Exclusive: Yuvraj Singh can still give a lot to Indian cricket without playing, feels father Yograj
Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from cricket in 2019. He has since played some overseas leagues, while he has been contemplating a comeback, to play for Punjab. As he has reportedly been denied a comeback, father Yograj feels he does not really have to play.
CRICKETDec 29, 2020, 8:24 AM IST
BCCI turns down Yuvraj Singh's request to come out of retirement: Reports
Yuvraj Singh is one of the prolific batsmen for Team India. He holds the record for hitting six sixes in an over of a T20I besides helping India win the 2002 NatWest ODI title in England and the 2011 ICC World Cup. He had announced his retirement from cricket in 2019.
CRICKETSep 10, 2020, 7:52 PM IST
Exclusive interview: Yuvraj Singh’s father reveals reason for son coming out of retirement
Yuvraj Singh played his last game for India in June 2017, in an ODI against the Windies. He was pivotal in India winning the ICC World Cup 2011, where he was the Man of the Tournament. His last IPL stint was in 2019, with Mumbai Indians, with whom he won the title.