Yuvraj Singh, the former Indian World Cup-winning all-rounder announced retirement back on 10th June in 20221. However, he kept playing in franchise cricket and other T20 leagues like Road Safety World Series, Global T10 League, etc. It’s been a long since the former player has garnered any league with his presence. But, now, he has made a big announcement stating that he is going to return to cricket in the month of February next year.
Yuvraj Singh is reckoned as one of the best all-rounders in the history of Indian Cricket. He played a vital role in making Team India win the 2007 T20 World Cup and the 2011 World Cup. The southpaw holds several accolades to his name like he is the only player on the planet to smash six sixes in an over of ICC World Cup. Also, he received Man of the Tournament in the 2011 World Cup.
Yuvraj Singh Returns To Cricket!!!!!!!
After the 2011 World Cup his career saw a big downfall as he was detected with cancer. However, Singh being Singh, the left-handed all-rounder managed a determined return to cricket after a span of almost 2 years. He continued playing for Team India. But, his injuries sidelined him from the national team selections.
Finally, he signed out from international cricket on 10th June in the year 2019. Post-retirement, he showed a glimpse of his power-hitting in the Canada GT20 Series and Road Safety World Series. Now, comes good news for the Yuvraj Singh fans as the former has announced the date of his return in cricket.
The former Indian cricketer took to his official Instagram handle and shared a post of his iconic knock against England in which he managed classy 150. Also, he gave a long caption to his post that read,” God decides your destiny !!On public demand il be back on the pitch hopefully in February ! Ain’t nothing like this feeling ! Thank you for your love and wishes ❤️ mean a lot to me ! Keep supporting India it’s our team and a true fan will show his or her. support in tough times,”
Yuvraj Singh didn’t reveal the name of the tournament in which he is going to play. But, his return is no less than big good news for cricket fans across the globe.
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