Yuvraj Singh, 2011 World Cup winners and man-of-series, have long been out of the Indian cricket team. During his absence from the national team, he played some first-class cricket for Punjab, but failed to consistently perform and get the opportunity. However, 37-year-old Yuvraj Singh has said that he will quit cricket when he is at his best level. They also said that the game has given them everything and they do not want to leave it with any regrets.
Yuvraj said, "Cricket has given me everything, when I leave the game, I want to do my best, I do not want to go with any regrets."
The 37-year-old, who had bought Mumbai's Indians for a base price of Rs1 crore in the auction of the IPL, have decided to make their bid in return for their bid to return to T20 squats.
"I am doing my best, this is our last league Ranji Trophy match and see if we can qualify … After this, we have a national T20 tournament and then we have IPL. Shot and hope, for the best, "Yuvraj said.
Yuvraj praised the Indian team's spectacular performance in Australia.
He said, "Obviously his experience in batting has not been as much as it used to be before but it is a great effort from the people, especially (Cheteshwar) Pujara, (Virat) Kohli, (Jaspreet) Bumrah. It is a fantastic performance in the Test, see Rishabh (Pant) going down the order and making big runs, this is a great sign for Indian cricket for the future. "
"Every time we toured Australia, it was a very tough tour. We had the opportunity to win the series, it was a draw … then Australia won the second time by 2-1," he said in 2003-04 And remembering 2007- remembering 08 Tourism.
Yuvraj also praised Rishabh Pant who had scored one Test century in England and Australia within months from his debut.
"He came last year, he was selected for India, everybody said that he plays a lot of shots, he dares, he does not have a brain. But after being inside and outside for a year, a good IPL By being, the man scored two runs. Hundreds of foreigners, "Yuvraj said.
During his one-day match against the West Indies in the year 2017, Yuvraj made his final appearance for the Indian cricket team.
(With INS inputs)