Indian all-rounder Yuvraj Singh announced his retirement from international cricket after the IPL 2020. After retirement, he is playing in overseas leagues Like Global T20 Canada and T10 league. Currently, Yuvraj Singh is playing in T10 League for Martha Arabians in Abu Dhabi. Recently, IPL franchise Mumbai Indians released him from the team ahead of the auction.
Yuvraj Singh won’t Be Able to Enter in IPL Auction because of BCCI rules. According to BCCI rules, if a player wants to play in overseas League like BBL, CPL and many more. So they need to take retirement from the Indian Premier League and also need No Objection Certificate (NOC) from BCCI.
In IPL 2020, Yuvraj Singh played for Mumbai Indians but now we can’t see him play in the Indian Premier League because of BCCI rules. Because he is playing in overseas League so he took retirement from IPL.
“I am loving this phase of my career. I really enjoyed playing in Canada. Unfortunately, I could not go to CPL because of its schedule. But playing two or three formats a year is actually great for me. I have my retired life. I get to work on things which I want to after my retirement. When I miss cricket, I have these two or three tournaments to play,” Yuvraj, who was architect of India’s 2011 World Cup victory, said.
“I am at that age where I don’t wish to be really playing throughout the year. I want to spend time with my family, enjoy my life because it’s been a roller coaster ride for 17 years. So, I want to be as relaxed as possible.”
Talking about his debut T10 outing against the Northern Warriors, Yuvraj said: “Actually, it went really fast. I just felt that there’s no time to think whether to block or go for the big hits. But I guess that’s the nature of T10.”
“I hope we get used to it quickly because we don’t have too many games to qualify. It’s a short tournament,” he said.