Monday, September 26, 2022

Yuvraj Singh is thinking of calling it quits from international


Yuvraj Singh, a match winner for team India. He played his last International match in 2017 against West Indies. Yuvraj Singh played an important role in the 2007 and 2011 world cup for team India. In the 2011 World Cup, He won the player of the tournament. Now Yuvi is thinking to quit from international cricket and first-class cricket for participating in overseas cricket Leagues.

“Yuvraj is thinking of calling it quits from international and first-class cricket. He would like to speak to the BCCI and get more clarity on plying his trade in tournaments like GT20 (Canada), Euro T20 Slam in Ireland and Holland as he has offered,” a BCCI Official told PTI on Sunday.

Earlier Irfan Pathan became the first Indian cricketer to join the CPL draft for the Upcoming edition of CPL.

“Irfan was told to withdraw his name from the draft. As far as Yuvraj is concerned, we need to check the rules. Even if he retires from first-class cricket, he will still be an active T20 player registered under BCCI. The rule needs to be checked,” a senior BCCI functionary said.

 The BCCI official said, “The T10 might have been approved by the ICC, but it’s still not an acknowledged format. But yes, going forward, as and when the players association takes shape, the case for retired players may come up for consideration.”

Yuvraj Singh played in Indian primer league 2019 for Mumbai Indians. Mumbai Indian dropped him after three matches. While Irfan Pathan could not play the IPL 2019, he is doing commentary during IPL 2019. If both get clearance from BCCI to play in the overseas t20 League, might they play in Global t20 Canada, Ram slam t20 and Caribbean primer league. But first, they need to announce the retirement from international cricket and first-class cricket to play in the overseas leagues.



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