Sania Mirza trolls Yuvraj Singh on his new look

Sania Mirza trolls Yuvraj Singh on his new look

Sania Mirza trolls Yuvraj Singh on his new look (Pic Source : The Cricket Times)

Recently, Yuvraj Singh has posted a picture on Instagram with his new look and write a caption, “New look, Chikna Chamela!! Or should I bring back the beard.” He asked the fans to bring back beard or stay with the new look. After this Post Tennis star, Sania Mirza hilariously trolls Yuvraj Singh on his new look.

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Sania Mirza commented on Yuvraj Singh picture and wrote, “re you pouting to hide the chin under the chin we spoke bout ???? Bring the beard back.”

Here the comment of Sania Mirza

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U-Turn In My Selection: Yuvraj Singh

“I got injured, and I was told to prepare for the Sri Lanka series. Then suddenly, the yo-yo test came into the picture. It was a u-turn in my selection. Suddenly I had to go back and prepare for the yo-yo test at the age of 36. Even after I cleared the yo-yo test, I was told to play domestic cricket,” Yuvraj Singh said.

“They actually thought that I wouldn’t be able to clear the test due to my age. And that it would be easy to decline me afterwards…yeah you can say it was an exercise in making excuses,” Yuvraj added.

“Never thought that I would be dropped after being the man of the match in 2 games out of the 8-9 I played after the Champions Trophy 2017,” Yuvraj mentioned.

“I think it was unfortunate for a guy who has played 15-17 years of international cricket to not being made to sit down and being talked to. No one told me, and no one told Virender Sehwag or Zaheer Khan either,” Yuvraj added.

“Whichever player it is, the in-charge person should sit down and talk with the player that we are looking at the youngsters and we’ve taken this step. This way, you do feel bad at the beginning, but at least you give them the credit of being true to your face, which doesn’t happen in Indian cricket. It has been like that forever almost,” Yuvraj said.

“I have seen it happen to big names. Took it personally then but not now as there is a time for everything to move on and I have made my peace with it,” Yuvraj concluded.

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